Heimer is a desktop application for creating mind maps and other suitable diagrams. It's written in Qt and targeted for Linux and Windows.
Here is a simple mind map of Heimer itself running on Ubuntu 18.04:
Heimer's source code is licensed under GNU GPLv3. See COPYING for the complete license text.
All image files, except where otherwise noted, are licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/
See https://github.com/juzzlin/Heimer/releases for available packages.
On Linux distributions that support universal Snap packages you can install Heimer like this:
$ snap install heimer
Snap is the recommended way to install Heimer on Linux.
Currently the build depends on
Qt5 only (
libqt5svg5-dev packages on Ubuntu).
The "official" build system for Linux is
qmake project files are also provided.
Building for Linux in a nutshell:
$ mkdir build && cd build
$ cmake ..
$ make -j4
Run unit tests:
$ sudo make install
Debian package (
.deb) can be created like this:
$ cpack -G DEB
Jenkinsfile on how to build other packages in Docker.