I am proud to present the latest HyperList release – version 2.3.
HyperList now accommodates Twitter-type hashtags (called simply “tags” in HyperList – prompting a renaming of the old type of HyperList tags to “properties”). References are changed and so is Change Markup. And then there are a few minor fixes.
The VIM HyperList plugin is updated and released over at vim.org.
Apart from these enhancements (and more), there’s a real treat in the mix: Hypergraph.
You can now automatically graph a HyperList as either a mindmap (for HyperLists that are State descriptions) or a flowchart (for HyperLists that are Transitions descriptions). An example should suffice – this dummy HyperList:
Second Item; OR:
[? Item=Cool] Sixth Item (<Second Item>)
HyperGraph is a rather complex endeavour. It works but you may encounter some snags. If you do, drop me a line and I will fix.
Visit the HyperList page to download the HyperList document and the new HyperGraph script.