Awesome, thank you very much! I'll get started on it when I get home. What were your next steps planned for it when you left off?

On 3 Jun 2015 00:42, "Hans Elias B. Josephsen" <> wrote:
Okey, I uploaded the source to github:
The usual disclaimers apply, I never really intended it to get released to the public in this state, so alot of things are a bit ugly.
I wrote a simple parser in java for the zim file format. I considered trying to use the original parser for zim, but because of dependencies that are a bit tricky on android, I chose to write a simple one myself.
I tried to make sense of and use android's way of applying styles in a text editor as best I can. That involves converting the markup to 'spans' or style ranges. I don't know how the actual zim does it, but it seems logical that it does it in somewhat the same way.
If there are any questions, feel free to ask. I will try to answer them as best I can.
On Tue, Jun 2, 2015, at 08:47 AM, hugh manning wrote:
Much to do but a good start! Please throw it on GitHub so I can take a look at it.
On Monday, 1 June 2015 8:51 PM, Hans Elias B. Josephsen <> wrote:
I startes writing a zim editor for android a while ago, but I never really took it anywhere. I guess I can put my work so far out on github when I get home.
Here is a demo video that I uploaded when I was working on it:
On Mon, Jun 1, 2015, at 10:24 AM, hugh manning wrote:
Hi all,
I've got a new Android phone but one of the things I'm missing on it are my Zim notebooks; editing them manually is getting to be a drag. I've googled around but had no results for an app that can edit them. Is anyone aware of something I missed?
Alternatively, I've been starting to get into Android development, and while a Zim port is probably a bit big to take on myself it'd be great if I could contribute to an existing effort. Maybe I should start writing one anyway?
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