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Emacs Freex minor mode
What is Emacs Freex mode?
How do I get Freex mode?
Latest updates
22nd October, 2007
19th September 2007
16th September 2007

Emacs Freex mode is a minor mode for organizing and editing a massively-hyperlinked database of your notes and ideas. It’s a personal wiki on steroids.

Freex is released under the GPL. Freex is still in beta mode - that is, it still has various bugs and pitfalls. However, it is usable - indeed, we use it ourselves for all our note-taking every day. Email greg@remove-this.gregdetre.co.uk or persed@no-spam-thankyou.princeton.edu with suggestions or criticisms.

What is Emacs Freex mode?

If you learn best by doing, then you might want to skip to the quickstart or intro tutorial to start with.

Freex mode is a minor mode designed to help you deal with all of your notes and ideas. It has features and ideals in common with Emacs Muse, Howm, linkd, org, and probably a flotilla of other modes that we don’t even know about.

Freex mode has 3 major infrastructural features that separate it from other offerings:

As a result, Freex mode has a variety of handy features for taking notes:

How do I get Freex mode?

See the downloading and installation instructions.

Latest updates

22nd October, 2007

Added quickstart.

Uploaded v 0.3.2 (tarball).

Uploaded [v 0.3.2.

19th September 2007

Added basic installation instructions and intro tutorial.

16th September 2007

We’ve just uploaded the first release version, v 0.3.1 (tarball).


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