Searching in multiple files is a
problem too. I'm thinking about that if a google account was a
good solution. If I could sync the text files with google drive,
then I could search in the files too and I could use the text
editor of google as well. But I'm not sure if it is possible to
sync the files. I'll check this later.
On 02/12/2014 09:47 AM, Jaap Karssenberg wrote:
To access the data anywhere, you will need some
file-syncing solution, like dropbox of one of it's
competitors, to share the files. Or you put the data on a
USB stick you carry around. If the computers are all in a
local network, you could put the data in a share drive.
Without more info on your use case, it is hard to judge
for us which of these approaches is most suitable.
Once you can access, you can always edit using a text editor
and just using the wiki syntax.
For windows you could consider installing a portable version
of zim on an USB stick, that way you can run zim and edit the
files (which could be stored on the same stick) without need
to install anything on the computer you are using.
For linux you could run zim from the host computer (which
indeed has to be turned on) over ssh without installing it
Currently I have no suggestion for combination of zim with an
online wiki frontend. Should be to hard to hack, but nor ready
out of the box.
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