jMemorize on github

I don’t have a lot of experience with github, but I really love the idea of having patch and fork management integrated in a hosted code management site. During my active development of jMemorize I worked mostly alone, one reason for this being how much hassle it was to handle code submissions by other people. Either I would have manually wrestle with patch files sent over email or the patch board, or I would have to give away direct SVN access to the official repository. Two options which never felt super comfortable.

I haven’t released a new version for jMemorize for a long time, but none the less I uploaded the code for version 1.3.0 to github. You can find the source code on github at

Feel free to fork away, browse the code and maybe even to submit patches.

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