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I was looking for a Markdown editor that can let me save the notes on disk so I can save wherever I want (including Subversion and Git). Joplin is good but it has its own database (no plain files by default). Anywahy you can export everything to plain files, but the file names are random text (an internal ID). VNote is not so user friendly (in my opinion), but it has support for PlantUML, and many other plugins. Finally I found out that VS Code has a built-in Markdown editor, many plugins (including PlantUML) and of course you can integrate it with Subversion and Git. It is the perfect tool for writing documentation in Markdown with simple PlantUML diagrams. See More