LoneWiki: Version 1.2.0.2

LoneWikiLoneWiki hasn’t been updated in a while, but I’ve been making good use of it recently so this is a general tweak/fix update established from my adventures. Check after the break for the full change log.

Download LoneWiki version 1.2.0.2 here.

As always, let me know if you find anything dodgy or would like something new!

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LoneWiki: Version 1.2.0.0

LoneWikiLoneWiki has had some serious changes going on the front and under the bonnet. Bug-fixes, new features… All sorts of fun. So much fun, in fact, that it’s going up a major version number (at least I’m not like Firefox or it’d be LoneWiki 6.0.0.0 by now).

Download LoneWiki version 1.2.0.0 here.

As always, let me know if you find anything dodgy or would like something new!

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LoneWiki: Version 1.1.0.3

LoneWikiDoes anybody care about LoneWiki? Well, I do. I’ve been sitting on 1.1.0.3 for a while now (test driving it on my own wiki) and it’s time to let her go.

The changes are mostly under the bonnet; a bit of refactoring for my own convenience, a pile of miscellaneous bug-fixes I can’t remember… I need to start marking things as done rather than just removing them entirely from my to-do list.

The most notable change is to the page index window, which now uses a handy TreeView to display with regard to categories. May need further refinement in the future, but let’s see how it goes.

Download the new version here.

LoneWiki: Version 1.1.0.0

LoneWikiLoneWiki has gone up a whole minor version number, because I’ve added a big chunk of functionality — categories!

Categories are simply LoneWiki’s way of interpreting a folder heirarchy. This provides organisational advantages both inside the wiki and for browsing the raw files in Windows Explorer.

Pages and categories cannot be duplicated (e.g. two pages of the same name cannot be held in two different categories), as the wiki iteself operates transparently to folder structure — a link to “Page” will find “Page” regardless of what category contains it, or will create it in the wiki root from whence it can be categorised.

Of course, if you don’t like categories, you can disable printing of category footers and go on like nothing’s changed.

There are also a number of under-the-bonnet fixes and tweaks to make LoneWiki much more robust.

Download the new version here.

Blog 446: RDZWiki

As when I concentrated on This Wreckage I got a craving for sci-fi, so the focus on Project Y4 has caused stirrings of heroic fantasy. (And let’s not dive into the whole This Wreckage-is-actually-a-science-fantasy-anyway kettle o’ fish.)

Ever since I left This Wreckage behind I’ve been using bLADE Personal Wiki to organise my thoughts as I strip out anything too copyright-infringing and generally make it more cohesive and coherent, in preparation for… the future. Races, factions, places, characters, items… I don’t dedicate a lot of time to it, but now and then I think of things to add or refine.

Then I realised that bLADE Wiki doesn’t quite have all features I need anymore. And with it out of active development, the chances of getting those features are zero.

Since it isn’t open source… I realised I had to make my own personal wiki.

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