My cOLLection manager is a text-based database program for your collections. It is a fast and easy to use front end for gdbm or Berkeley DB with a curses interface. Some other databases are supported. The program was originally designed to organize a large music CD collection, but it has no restrictions on the entry of any other large range of items. Its main goal is flexibility.
|Tags||Information Management Database Front-Ends|
|Operating Systems||POSIX BSD FreeBSD NetBSD OpenBSD Linux|
Release Notes: A new file browser has been added. It makes the image file selection more comfortable. The image viewer is now able to read TIFF images. This release has extended online help. Users are able to get hints for every action. Some bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: A switch was implemented to increase images to fullscreen. To disable GDBM support, the configure option --without-gdbm was added. README, LIESMICH, and the man page have been revised and updated.
Release Notes: This release adds support for the Berkeley DB. All major versions are supported.
Release Notes: This release adds topics for the info-panel. Some checks in the configure script has been improved. Moll also supports the qdbm library now.
Release Notes: This release fixes some gcc 4.x warnings and fixes the "Merge" button, which was not visible on small terminals. The item form has been split into four windows, so that every form gets its own window. The image form now allows the '~' key for your home directory. Some m4 macros were added for the configure script. Configure now checks for gbdm, ndbm, and dbm, makes a comprehensive check for POSIX threads, and searches for an active Linux framebuffer device.