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Sutekh is a card collection manager for the game called "Vampire: the Eternal Struggle" (VtES). Card information is stored in an SQL database backend. Current functionality includes parsing information from the official VtES card list and rulings files, exporting of decks to HTML and ARDB XML files, flexible filtering of lists of cards, backing up and restoring of the card database, configurable selection of which card information is displayed, and basic deck analysis.

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Recent releases

  •  19 Oct 2013 16:43

    Release Notes: This release is a bugfix release for Sutekh 0.8. It adds full support for the Danse Macabre release, adds support for detecting V:EKN-issued cards to sleeving recommendations in the Analyse Deck plugin, and improves recovery from interrupted downloads of the card list.

    •  04 Jun 2013 09:50

      Release Notes: Minor updates and bugfixes. The default download side is now more robust against changes on the set.

      •  01 Oct 2012 14:19

        Release Notes: Minor updates and bugfixes. This release includes more robust support for dealing with the cardlist encoding changing, and fixes several small bugs that have been reported since 0.8.1 was released.

        •  29 Feb 2012 22:21

          Release Notes: Minor updates and bugfixes. In particular, this release fixes a critical issue with updating the card list from the Web site that was caused by a change in the character encoding used.

          •  03 Sep 2011 23:29

            Release Notes: This is the first release of Sutekh in more than a year. The long delay was partially the result of the demise of the White Wolf website which Sutekh used as the source of most of its card data and to the arrival of some significant new features, including a re-written filter dialog and a new profile system for changing how decks are displayed.


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