In can, your 'writing folder' is the directory on your computer which contains your current working documents and your notebook.
You can pull notes out of your notebook into your writing folder for reading or editing, check the status of your notes, and write new notes which can be inserted into your notebook. It might help to think about it as a writing desk.
Any links you make between notes in the writing desk will be preserved when adding the note to your notebook.
You can add your whole writing folder to
git for version control - the important part is your notebook, which is stored in the
- In can, your notebook is the collection of all your notes. Using can, you can search and shuffle through these notes and pull them into your writing folder for working with.
- The default note file will be markdown
- can : core concepts
canis entirely local. Your notes are stored on your machine, wherever you've set up your writing folder. You can use tools like
gitto sync your files across machines (which should work really well), but
cancore tools should never access your network. It is possible that some tools will be built to aid syncing / working in a distributed manner - but those will be explicit and entirely opt-in if and when they exist at all.
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4may only be used for referencing notes which don't exist at all in the future.
can-note-graphmay start to check inside the notebook for a note with a name. For now, pull all notes you're linking to into the writing folder before running
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