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oyepa

oyepa implements a "fake but working" tagging file system. Users can organize and retrieve documents based on the tags attached to them. No changes to the operating system or applications are necessary.

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  •  05 Jun 2011 01:46

    Release Notes: A bug was fixed in the code that handles filetype icons and which, on occasion, triggered a segfault.

    •  24 Feb 2010 04:27

      Release Notes: The much-improved document browser now shows an icon indicating the type of each document as well as the date of the last modification. You can also sort the list of results either by document name or by date.

      •  30 Apr 2009 17:30

        Release Notes: This release provides support for recursively watching all directories underneath a given directory on which you are running oyepa. To achieve this, just append the directory name (in the file ~/.oyepa-dirs) with '/*'.

        •  22 Sep 2008 03:50

          Release Notes: The code in oyepa-filemon.py has been updated so that it works with the most recent releases of pyinotify (>=0.8).

          •  19 Feb 2008 01:47

            Release Notes: A new configuration option, DONT_QUIT_INSTEAD_RUN_CMD, allows you to configure which action is triggered by the "leave" button (in search mode). This is helpful when you are using oyepa as a music jukebox and want the "Leave" button not to close the application, but instead to hibernate the machine.

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