ClimbLog is a Java application for writing down climbing routes in something like a diary.
Everyone who climbs will probably be familiar with the "tradition" of writing down all the climbing routes ever made in something like a diary.
I added some features that can't be found in a normal paper-diary.
Here are some key features of "ClimbLog":
· hierarchal organization of the entries into climbing areas, rock groups, rocks and climbing routes
· fast navigation and search capabilities via the tree-structure
· optional commentary for each entry
· export to a HTML file for external viewing, printing and editing
· statistics (number of climbed rocks, routes, ...)
This application is written in 100% pure Java. So it should run on any operating system with a JavaSE Runtime Environment.
· Java 5.0
What's New in This Release:
· The biggest change is the new application name, changed from jClimber's Diary to ClimbLog.
· Each route now contains multiple (at least one) route climbs, so you can store multiple climbs of routes.
· All dialogs have been rewritten with improved layout and they are now resizable.
· ClimbLog now uses the native Look&Feel on Windows systems.
· The data is stored in a new XML format, and the old data will be imported automatically.