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Mad.Thought

Mad.Thought is a Web-based PHP diary/journal program with support for MySQL and Postgres 7.x database systems.

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  •  22 Oct 2003 04:19

    Release Notes: This version features a security fix in the SQL backend.

    •  07 Jan 2003 21:40

      Release Notes: Easier entry view navigation and a bugfix in the calendar.

      •  18 Nov 2002 22:41

        Release Notes: A change user information bug, a non-object method bug, and a compatibility issue with PHP 4.0.x have been fixed.

        •  18 Sep 2002 20:24

          Release Notes: This release adds multiuser functionality, inline HTML, and encrypted user passwords. It now works with PHP register_globals=no. There are indexing changes, and minor bug fixes and updates.

          •  23 Jan 2002 07:36

            Release Notes: ADODB was updated. The navigation calendar now only links to days with entries. Entry display enhancements were added.

            Recent comments

            28 Jan 2004 05:58 ufoot

            Very convenient
            I've been using Mad.Thought for a few weeks, and it just works great. The thing I like is that it provides just the things I need, and does not come with a zillion useless and cumbersome options. Also since it uses a very simple and natural database schema, I was able to pick up entries from the database and display them within my personnal web pages in less than a couple of hours. Very convenient indeed.

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