AutOrg aims to be a text editor, personal organizer, local wiki, secure agenda, and everything in between. For the user interface, it gets its inspiration from text-based minimalism, still providing advanced features for publishing, encrypting, and sharing information. It uses Emacs Org-mode and other extensions, and its main binary distribution runs on a Mac OS X desktop.
|Tags||Publishing organizer Todo|
|Implementation||Emacs Lisp shell script|
Release Notes: This release added support for an EPA mode handling GnuPG (the default starting with Emacs 24) and integration with PWGen for effective usage of AutOrg as secure password storage. Folding mode is now also included along with a small script to launch AutOrg on GNU/Linux/BSD systems.
Release Notes: This release updates the backend to Emacs v24 and the latest org-mode, which fixes support for right-to-left languages. It also adds ODT exportation through integration with LibreOffice and has initial support for bibliography via ebib/latex.
Release Notes: This release adds spelling functionalities (using aspell and link-grammar) with both word and experimental grammar checking. Among usability improvements is "frame zoom" to dynamically change the size of fonts using the mousewheel. An assortment of minor bugfixes is also included.
Release Notes: This release improves usability on Mac OS X by adjusting keys, offering a graphical file opening dialog and providing a neat preconfigured font (AnonymousPro). It also includes new syntax highlighting and parsers for PHP, CSS, and LUA. AutOrg can now be used as a mindmapper using its exporter from Org outline mode to Freemind files. This release enables semantic mode for autocompletion of text and updates the shipped Org-mode distribution.
Release Notes: This initial release includes a simple bundle of Emacs, Org-mode, and other extensions preconfigured for easy usage on a Mac OS X desktop.