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I-Man

I-Man is a Web application which serves as knowledge, general information, or contact database. It aims to be easy to use and tries not to confuse its users with too many options or parameters. Records are simple text, but all kinds of files can be attached to them as well. Users can create multiple categories of data, and the application features (optional) fine-grained user permissions. Multiple languages are supported, and Firebird/Interbase, MySQL, SQLite, or PostGreSQL can be used as a database.

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  •  01 Jun 2005 01:57

    Release Notes: User authentication has been implemented. Apart of that and other bugfixes, an important security fix regarding file attachments has been added. All existing installations should be updated to this version. Portuguese_BR and Portuguese_PT translations have been added. I-Man now has a fancy logo.

    •  26 Sep 2004 11:08

      Release Notes: Much of the code has been rewritten for this release. File- attachments can now be added to records, and URLs can be displayed as links in the content area. The currently selected style has a preview now. For Firebird, this version makes use of generators, no more select (max) hacks. The entire application has been converted from HTML 4.01-transitional to XHTML 1.0-transitional, with more CSS for layout, which results in much tighter HTML. The database schema has been sanitized.

      •  17 Sep 2003 22:25

        Release Notes: Searching is now case-insensitive in the title and content of a record. There is initial SQLite support. This release should work under BSD and other *nix variants as well. "Single Mode" has been implemented, which allows you to see only the selected record in the lower frame, and not all together. When deleting a category, all the records assigned to that category are deleted as well. This was not the case in prior versions.

        •  02 May 2003 17:36

          Release Notes: Some database abstraction has been implemented, and as a result, MySQL and InterBase/Firebird are now supported. There are improvements to the print page and style updates. The ability to seach the content has been added.

          •  24 Oct 2002 00:35

            Release Notes: A new "Save as" button, a new ability to hide records with a checkbox, and a new page which shows the last added/modified records were added. Email notifications of record changes/inserts/deletes are possible, and from the category-editor you can jump directly to a specified category.

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