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TreeLine: a versatile tree-like structured custom data manager

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Do you have lots of sticky notes lying around with various useful information jotted down? Or many lists of books, movies, website logins, personal contacts, or things to do? Can you find them when you need them? TreeLine is a possible anwser to all those questions. It might be an Outliner, or maybe a PIM. What it basically do is store almost any kind of information (including plain text, HTML, numbers, dates, times, booleans, URLs, etc.). The data is structured in a user-defined tree structure, so that it’s easy to keep things organized.

Each of the nodes of the tree can contain several fields, thus forming a mini-database. The output format for each node can be defined, and the output can be shown on the screen, printed, or exported to HTML. Several node types, with different sets of fields, can be included in one file.

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