Michael Koehler

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We’re in Sync! ReVuDo 0.4

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Finally!  ReVuDo will now sync with Nozbe without restarting. Get version 0.4!

My goal is to provide a full Windows client for Nozbe, so being able to synchronize with Nozbe is a major step.  Back in April I mentioned that I was putting my Nozbe.Net library on hold in order to develop ReVuDo because I felt that I needed to develop ReVuDo in order to decide how best to synchronize with Nozbe, the last part of Nozbe.Net to develop.  Wow, was that an understatement.

The last two months have been marked by my learning a lot, and ReVuDo’s code changing a lot. I looked at my initial design notes (in a Nozbe task comment) the other day and was compelled to update the comment to note that the actual design looked nothing like what I initially imagined.  The good news is that ReVuDo became a lot smaller in the process.  When developing software, it is always a good sign when the code gets smaller and more clear.  ReVuDo has done both, which is a good place to be for the next step.

The next step is to allow updating Nozbe.  I will be focusing on this after Christmas.  I mentioned in my last post that I though I might be done by Christmas. I have just made it!

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to everyone!  May 2012 bless you and your family!


Written by mwkoehler

2011/12/23 at 10:37 pm

Posted in GTD, Nozbe, ReVuDo, Windows

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  1. Hi Michael,

    I appreciate all of the work that you are doing with Revudo. I think that the program is a great extension to Nozbe.

    I am using Windows 7, and having problems printing the lists. Specifically, Revudo crashes everytime I try to print.

    As soon as I select the Printer from the list and hit ok, I get a screen telling me that Revudo has stopped working.

    I would like to email you more information about this error. Please let me know the best way to reach you.




    2012/01/25 at 11:55 pm

    • Thank you George. I have found the source of the problem and I will be releasing a fix as soon as possible. I have some changes in-process as well so I will wrap them up as well for the next release.


      2012/01/26 at 12:37 pm

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