Diary is a TUI program written in Rust for Encrypted memories

Diary is a TUI program written in Rust for GNU/Linux / *BSD / Android (It probably works on other platforms too, but who cares) that helps you write a digital journal from the comfort of a TUI. It ecrypts both text and file data, and can decrypt and build a rich HTML representation of your diary when required.

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