Release Notes: This release contains two important features: Fragment Bookmark and Related Tags. Fragment Bookmark was implemented with a special "bookmark" tag. If a fragment is tagged as "bookmark", it will be added to the list of bookmarks in the sidebar navigation. Related Tags View is added to the sidebar of the tag and filter page. Related tags are all other tags that belong to searched fragments. By clicking on the plus button next to a related tag, the fragments are filtered with a new set of tags so that users can drill down to pinpoint exactly what they need.
Release Notes: This release enhances the home page functionality. The new home page provides two display formats, which are "detail" and "list". A new special "home" tag was added. If a knowledge fragment is tagged as "home", it will be displayed on the home page. The wiki parser was also updated to be able to embed a preformatted fragment.
Release Notes: This release mainly focuses on improving the user interface. All of the HTML/CSS was rewritten to be valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional in order to switch the browser's rendering mode from "quirks" to "standards". It also contains fixes for display problems with Internet Explorer and usability improvements.
Release Notes: This release contains one trivial feature and usability improvements. The new feature is support for special tags, which are "pre" and "code". If a knowledge fragment is tagged as "pre", it will be displayed as pre-formatted text, which means the wiki formatting will not be applied to the content. If a fragment is tagged as "pre" and "code", it will be displayed as pre-formatted text with syntax highlighting that is realized by google-code-prettify.
Release Notes: This release contains one trivial feature (a list of recently viewed fragments as a new sidebar navigation) and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release contains two important features (Child Fragments Sorting and Outline View), and one trivial feature (fragment edit buttons). Child Fragments Sorting enables you to sort child fragments in the order you specify and the order criteria will be stored for each of the parent fragments. Outline View is a tree view of fragment hierarchy which was added to the sidebar of the fragment page. A fragment edit button is a shortcut button to jump to the fragment edit page.
Release Notes: This is a minor update with one new feature (Trash Tag) and bugfixes. You can hide fragments from list view by tagging them as a trash (there are shortcut buttons to do this). And you can also completely delete trash-tagged fragments at the trash-tag page.
Release Notes: This is a major update with two important features, which are File Fragment and Fragment Embedding. File Fragment enables you to input any file as a knowledge fragment, so you can manage your files as well as text fragments by creating relations between them and tagging them. Fragment Embedding enables you to embed the content of a fragment in another fragment. The embedding can be nested as deep as needed, so you can create more complex, rich fragments with it.
Release Notes: This is a minor update that contains usability improvements and bugfixes. Delete buttons are placed next to each tag and fragment-relation in order to enable you to delete them on the spot.
Release Notes: This is a minor update that contains usability improvements and bugfixes. You can change the location of the database files by setting the Java system property "piggydb.database".