gjots2 ("gee-jots" or, if you prefer, "gyachts"!) is a way to marshall
and organise your text notes in a convenient, hierachical way. I use
it for all my notes on Unix, my personal bits and pieces, recipes and
even PINs and passwords (encrypted with ccrypt(1)).
You can also use it to "mind-map" your compositions - write down all
your thoughts and then start to organise them into a tree. By
manipulating the tree you can easily reorder your thoughts and
structure them appropriately.
docbook2gjots docbook2gjots converts a DOCBOOK XML file into gjots format. docbook2gjots uses gawk(1) to perform the conversion. <preface>, <chapter>, <section>, <sect1>... gjots2 gjots2 is a fairly simple jotter application for your desktop. It displays your data organised in a tree with each leaf being your text. Getting data into... gjots2docbook gjots2docbook converts a gjotsfile into DOCBOOK XML. gjots2docbook uses awk(1) to perform the conversion. gjots2docbook does not create them so the first... gjots2html gjots2html converts a gjotsfile into HTML with a table of contents. Presently up to 8 levels of table of contents subject tree are supported. gjotsfile uses...