GitHub: GitHub repository
Description: Joplin is an open source note taking and to-do application, which can handle a large number of notes organised into notebooks. The notes are in Markdown format.
Notes exported from Evernote via .enex files can be imported into Joplin, including the formatted content (which is converted to Markdown), resources (images, attachments, etc.) and complete metadata (geolocation, updated time, created time, etc.). Plain Markdown files can also be imported.
The notes can be synchronised with various cloud services including Nextcloud, Dropbox, OneDrive or the file system (for example with a network directory). When synchronising the notes, notebooks, tags and other metadata are saved to plain text files which can be easily inspected, backed up and moved around.
End-To-End Encryption (E2EE) is also supported for all the notes and attachments, for all the supported synchronisation targets.
Download Joplin Portable 1.0.85 Development Test 1 [85.5MB download / 85.4MB installed]
Development Test 1 (2018-05-02):
- Initial release
You should add links to the project on GitHub - https://github.com/laurent22/joplin.
Looks really nice!
Thanks, that's done!
Where is the code for the PortableApps project?
Something like Michael Wayne does - https://github.com/2wayne.
I've put it there for now: https://github.com/laurent22/joplin/tree/master/Tools/PortableAppsLauncher
Hi, I recently installed this release in PortableApps (downloaded it and installed it from a local folder), but when I try to connect to dropbox ("Synchronisieren"), I get this text (after submitting the dropbox-code) in a message-box:
Could not authorise application
Please try again.
Am I doing something wrong or is it a known bug in the development release?
I'm seeing this error as well and no idea why it's suddenly doing that as it's been working fine for the past few months. I've contacted Dropbox support about it and hopefully it's just a temporary glitch.
Looks like they've already fixed it, they're quick.
Installed via the provided file, seems to work with my Nextcloud syncing, and the few notes I made - good
The Joplin 'check for updates' pops up, pointing towards a newer (non-portable) version from your github. The PortableApps applicaton has it's own 'PortableApps.com updater' mechanism, which will probably need to be figured out in lieu of the updater within Joplin to move this out of the testing phase.
There is nothing for a dev to figure out about platform-based updates - it is just a part of the release process if the app is ever officially released.
But a way to turn off the automatic update checks within the app is something any app with automatic checks should have.
Can I update portableapps.com version with newer portable version from Github? Here is version 1.0.85 and on Github is already 1.0.95.
I think if you replace "Joplin.exe" in App/Joplin with the JoplinPortable.exe file it should work. If it doesn't, it will definitely work if you replace it with the version from the installer (but it's a bit annoying because you need to install the app to extract Joplin.exe from it).
I renamed "JoplinPortable.exe" to "Joplin.exe" and replaced the older "Joplin.exe" in App/Joplin with it. And it seems it's working even with PortableApps menu.
I have just evaluated Joplin for my needs and found it to be superb and would love it to become a released app, particularly for the PAF update feature.
I have found two problems that need to be addressed,
1. Options > Application > Automatically update the application should be unchecked for the PA.c released version (if and when this happens)
2. The temporary folder tree \Users\\AppData\Roaming\Joplin should be deleted on exit.
@Laurent, to get more exposure here (and hopefully increase it's chance of John T. haller agreeing to release it) please could you update the dev test version here each time you release a new portable version at Joplin.org? See mwayne's Handbrake dev test (https://portableapps.com/node/55942) as an example.
> @Laurent, to get more exposure here (and hopefully increase it's chance of John T. haller agreeing to release it) please could you update the dev test version here each time you release a new portable version at Joplin.org? See mwayne's Handbrake dev test (https://portableapps.com/node/55942) as an example.
Anybody can package the app from the release, so perhaps you could do it? I wouldn't put my hopes up though, because as far as I can tell PortableApps is a project that's more or less on hold, so it's likely to be a waste of time to develop anything for it.
@Laurant, I might be able to but would need some help. Please can we discuss it somewhere in the Joplin Forums?
Sure feel free to open a thread over there. Other users might want to contribute too.
Which forum category would you prefer?
Have seen your post there
Please update and I'll see about getting it released next week. I posted folding@home last week and am working on BOINC next. I'm focusing on apps to help folks help with COVID, keep in touch with each other, and work from home. Organization apps fit into the latter.
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