VoodooPad 3.0

Tons of new features to Flying Meat Software’s wiki-ish notebook application, including what looks to be a very rich plug-in and scripting interface. Very interesting that it uses the relatively obscure Lua as the scripting language, as opposed to AppleScript or a Unix-y language like Perl, Python, Ruby; Lua is the scripting language Adobe is using to write a significant chunk of Lightroom (which fact VoodooPad author Gus Mueller took note of back in January). Update: VoodooPad does support AppleScript, too, but that’s apart from the new Lua-based plug-in interface.

Wednesday, 5 July 2006