in its current state, there are no tags at all and no search function.
But in theory, I think, there should be no problem with huge notebooks
(syncing via a cloud might be a bit annoying for huge changes).
What I like about this approach with SL4A, is the possibility to use
Python. So many features are possible, I think.
As I said this was a quick an dirty job and I would be more than happy
if people want to make something proper out of it.
On 29/01/15 15:46, hans...@gmail.com wrote:
> Totally cool, hope this gets some community dev-love!
> I've got some huge notebooks - think it'll hold up? Full-text and tag
> navigation are pretty critical for me.
> On Thu, Jan 29, 2015 at 5:20 AM, Karl C. Goedel <m...@karl-goedel.de
> <mailto:m...@karl-goedel.de>> wrote:
> Hi all,
> First of all, thanks for Zim, especially to Jaap, because it is a
> piece of software!
> I am using Zim as a labbook and therefore wanted to be able to
> access it
> on my Android device.
> I am nor sure whether this is the right place and if anyone is
> which makes a Notebook available on Android.
> It was a "quick and dirty" job and I am not the best programmer,
> so the
> code looks probably horrible in your eyes.
> But perhaps it is useful for somebody anyway.
> github.com/kcg/Zim4A <http://github.com/kcg/Zim4A>
> Best wishes
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