Dockboard is an outline editor that is created for authors writing books, articles, and other published works. It provides the ability to organize small to large documents. Some important features are:
Download the Latest Release
The third beta release of Dockboard (version 0.3) was released on April 29, 2007. Currently, you can only download the application as a source package. There are future plans to release Windows binaries as well as Debian and RPM packages. You can also download the most recent development version from the Subversion repository.
Dockboard has the following dependencies. You will also need the development packages for each of these libraries to compile Dockboard!
To compile and install Dockboard, unpack the sources and run the following commands:
./configure make sudo make install
Read the Documentation
Below is a screenshot of Dockboard 0.2. For more screenshots, please visit SourceForge.net.
Dockboard uses Subversion for version control, which is a tool that allows us to keep track of changes to the source code from multiple people and any location. The code in this repository has the most recent features, but is most likely unstable. If this doesn't sound like something you want, check out the latest stable release.
You can use the following commands to check out the subversion repository and build all of the sources:
svn co https://dockboard.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/dockboard/trunk dockboard cd dockboard ./autogen.sh make sudo make install
Report Bugs & Feature Requests
It becomes quite difficult to manage bug reports and feature requests through e-mail because they tend to get lost in the shuffle. Because of this, we encourage you to use one of the following trackers to submit bugs and report feature requests.
Dockboard Message Boards
To help providing support a little easier, a number of forums are provided for your use. Please take a moment to search whether your question has already been asked in the forum before posting it. Thanks!
Contact the Developers
If you need to contact me about Dockboard or for some other reason, please use my contact form. I will get back to you as soon as possible.
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