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* Only FreeMind "Max" version contains plugins.
* Only FreeMind "Max" version contains plugins.
* There is a bug in FreeMind v.0.8.0 in that plugins are not loaded if you start FreeMind by clicking on a .mm file that is not in the same folder as FreeMind. The bug should not be there in FreeMind 0.8.1.
* There is a bug in FreeMind v.0.8.0 in that plugins are not loaded if you start FreeMind by clicking on a .mm file that is not in the same folder as FreeMind. The bug should not be there in FreeMind 0.8.1.
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==Architecture and implementation==
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Architecture and implementation of plugins:
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TODO
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* [http://freemind.cvs.sourceforge.net/viewvc/freemind/freemind/accessories/plugins/ accessories/plugins/] - CVS - internal plugins
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* [http://freemind.cvs.sourceforge.net/viewvc/freemind/freemind/plugins/ plugins] - CVS - external plugins
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==Third-party plugins==
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There are some three-party plugins, developed by people outside of FreeMind team. A plugin is installed by being placed to FreeMind's plugin folder.
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Third-party plugins:
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* [http://freemind2wiki.sourceforge.net/freemind-confluence-plugin/ FreeMind Confluence Plugin] - enhances FreeMind with export and import functions to Confluence wiki; see also [http://freemind2wiki.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/freemind2wiki/trunk/freemind-confluence-plugin/src/main/ source code]
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* [http://github.com/nickmain/Anaphor/tree/master/clojure-mind/ clojure-mind] - enables evaluation of Clojure expressions directly in FreeMind; Clojure is a dialect of the Lisp programming languages; see also[http://epistemologicalengineering.blogspot.com/2010/04/evaluating-clojure-in-freemind-initial.html]; appears to use FreeMind's plugin technique
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* [http://github.com/Alxa/LaTeXMath-Freemind-Plugin LaTeXMath-Freemind-Plugin] - adds some sort of LaTeX capability to FreeMind, other than HotEqn
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* [http://www.onekin.org/wsl WSL] creates a complete MediaWiki wiki from the mind map. WSL initializes corporate wikis with a "wiki scaffolding": a wiki installation where some categories, permissions, etc, are initialized to mimic the corporate settings.
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* [http://www.onekin.org/wikiwhirl WikiWhirl] is a wiki refactoring tool. It extracts a mind map from a wiki, let the users perform changes over the mind map and save back those changes to the wiki.
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==Writing a plugin==
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To write a plugin for FreeMind, proceed as follows. TODO.
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