GNU OrgaDoc 1.0 Released For Managing Documents Between Computers
Written by Michael Larabel in GNU on 19 November 2018 at 08:14 PM EST. 7 Comments
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GNU OrgaDoc is a means of copying and maintaining a pool of documents between a set of computers. Document synchronization is handled by rsync or unison and is done without needing a database server or other components.

The OrgaDoc 1.0 milestone marks the rewrite from the Eiffel language to C89. OrgaDoc 1.0 adds a new merge option, rewritten documentation, build system changes, and other low-level code improvements.

More details on GNU OrgaDoc via the project site or by today's 1.0 release announcement.
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