Description

Table of Contents, Inline Todos, Daily Notes, and History aggregated in one panel with more eye-candy UI design.

Additional Information

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Maintainers: septemberhx
Version:0.5.5
Minimum app version:2.8
Downloads: This version:3581
Last updated:2023-04-09T11:36:44Z

Joplin Plugin Bundle

Plugins in one panel. Some of the plugins come from other repo, and I modified them to show all the plugin panels in the same panel under different tabs.

Why? : Save my screen space by aggregating those plugins into one panel

How? : Copy & Paste code from existing plugins, and modify them at the code level. I cannot figure out a non-intrusive way to gather them together in one panel.

Current plugins:

Under development:

  • Note Link System (v0.8.0): https://github.com/ylc395/joplin-plugin-note-link-system
  • Writing Marker [Planned]: Help to mark text with a label and show them in the sidebar ordered by marker categories:
    • Recheck: text needs to be rechecked
    • Rewrite: text needs to be rewritten
    • ... (It depends on what I need to finish my papers)
  • Aggregated Search [Planned]: Allow search multiple resources and present the results in one panel.

    I treat Joplin as my top-level knowledge base while there exist many other tools behind Joplin. Joplin is not a good choice for document management, so I need to search other tools.

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Building the plugin

The plugin is built using Webpack, which creates the compiled code in /dist. A JPL archive will also be created at the root, which can use to distribute the plugin.

To build the plugin, simply run npm run dist.

The project is setup to use TypeScript, although you can change the configuration to use plain JavaScript.

Updating the plugin framework

To update the plugin framework, run npm run update.

In general this command tries to do the right thing - in particular it's going to merge the changes in package.json and .gitignore instead of overwriting. It will also leave "/src" as well as README.md untouched.

The file that may cause problem is "webpack.config.js" because it's going to be overwritten. For that reason, if you want to change it, consider creating a separate JavaScript file and include it in webpack.config.js. That way, when you update, you only have to restore the line that include your file.