A wish... Linux port #2

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lumilux opened this Issue Sep 14, 2009 · 23 comments

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lumilux commented Sep 14, 2009

The philosophy behind NV seems to be similar to many Linux users' reasons for using certain distros. Thus, as a Linux user, I hereby announce my wish that NV were ported and made available as Linux binaries.

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scrod commented Sep 15, 2009

Excellent idea. Does it have to be graphical?

"Graphical" or text would be fine with me, as long as the Simplenote sync worked.

Excellent, now how about the windows version for those unlucky times one is stuck there? :)

+1 for a linux port. Windows would be nice too.

jtrim commented Jun 23, 2010

+1 linux port

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ghost commented Sep 6, 2010

+1 There are no Linux Simplenote clients, having one would be awesome.

I don't think that's going to happen any time soon. Not shure but I guess writing a Linux clone would mean to completely rewrite it. Same with Windows.
But maybe you linux guys should check out the link in scrods first comment . . .

+1 for linux port

+1 for Linux port.

How easy would it be to develop Notetak to include simplenote sync?

Notetak website: http://liw.iki.fi/liw/notetak/index.html

rboone commented Mar 6, 2012

+1.

EvanHahn commented Mar 6, 2012

+1.

I'm more interested in syncing plain text files via a program like Dropbox than using Simplenote, but the end result would be the same useful program.

maebert commented Mar 26, 2012

+1. There are exactly two applications that keep me from ditching OS X in favour of Linux, one being Photoshop, the other NVAlt.

jrr0 commented Apr 10, 2012

+1

+1

dkolba commented Apr 23, 2012

+1

+1

vilelm commented Apr 26, 2012

+1

mqtthiqs commented May 1, 2012

+1

cszang commented May 10, 2012

+1

Reder commented May 22, 2012

+1

+1

Finally, it's here!

It's called nvPY.

You can download it right now from: https://github.com/cpbotha/nvpy

lumilux closed this May 28, 2012

ijaaz commented Aug 7, 2014

+1

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