ANN: Leo final released

John Henry john106henry at
Sun Oct 29 12:33:38 EST 2006

I downloaded the Windows exe, ran it and a small blank message window
poped up and that was it.

I am still running 2.3.

Edward K. Ream wrote:
> Leo final is now available at:
> Leo final fixes a recent bug that caused Leo not to create the
> .leoRecentFiles.txt file properly in some situations. There are no known
> significant bugs in this version of Leo.
> Leo 4.4.2 final fixes a few bugs and adds support for pymacs.
> Leo is a text editor, data organizer, project manager and much more. See:
> The highlights of Leo 4.4.2:
> ----------------------------
> - You can now store settings in myLeoSettings.leo without fear of those
> settings
>   being changed by cvs updates or in future versions of Leo.
> - Leo's vnode and tnode classes are now completely independent of the rest
> of Leo.
>   Some api's have been changed.  This 'big reorg' and may affect scripts and
> plugins.
> - Leo's vnode and tnode classes can optionally be compatible with ZODB
> databases,
>   i.e., they can optionally derive from ZODB.Persistence.Persistent.
>   See Chapter 17: Using ZODB with Leo for details.
> - The leoOPML plugin defines commands to read and write OPML files.
> - The slideshow plugin allows Leo to run slideshows defined by @slideshow
> and @slide nodes.
> - The leo_to_rtf and leo_to_html plugins create rtf and html files from Leo
> outlines.
> - Much faster navigation through the outline.
> - When focus is in the outline pane, you can move to headlines by typing the
> first letter of headlines.
> - The find command now optionally closes nodes not needed to show the node
> containing the present match.
> - Numerous changes that make Leo easier to use without using a mouse,
> including new commands and options.
> - Many new minibuffer commands now appear in the Cmds menu.
> - A sax parser can now optionally read .leo files.
> Links:
> ------
> Leo:
> What's new:
> Home:
> Download:
> CVS:
> Leo's Wiki:
> Wikipedia:
> Quotes:
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> Edward K. Ream   email:  edreamleo at
> Leo:
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