nvpy 0.9.4

A cross-platform simplenote-syncing note-taking app inspired by nvALT

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DEVELOPED BY:
Charl P. Botha
HOMEPAGE:
vxlabs.com
CATEGORY:
ROOT \ Utilities
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nvpy is a simplenote-syncing note-taking utility inspired by nvALT (OS X) and ResophNotes (Windows). It is significantly uglier, but it is cross-platform. Yes, you heard right, you can run this on Linux (tested), Windows (tested) and OS X (in theory).

It was written by Charl Botha, who needed a simplenote client on Linux and doesn't mind ugliness (that much). nvpy lives happily at https://github.com/cpbotha/nvpy

Installation

To install the latest development version from github, do:

pip install git+https://github.com/cpbotha/nvpy.git#egg=nvpy

OR, to install the version currently on pypi, do:

pip install nvpy

OR, you can of course use easy_install instead:

easy_install nvpy

github always has the latest development version, whereas I upload tagged snapshots (v0.3 for example) to pypi.

How to run for the first time

Create a file called .nvpy.cfg in your home directory that looks like the following:

[default]
sn_username = your_simplenote_username
sn_password = your_simplenote_password


If you installed this via pip install, you should now be able to start the application by typing "nvpy". The first time you run it, it will take a while as it downloads all of your simplenote notes. Subsequest runs are much faster as it uses the database it stores in your home directory.

The example nvpy.cfg shows how you can configure the font family and size.

Last updated on November 3rd, 2012

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#note syncing #note taking #note #taking #syncing #nvALT

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