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SwissDB

SwissDB is a file and CD cataloging program similar to Gtktalog. It is entirely commandline based. CDs can be placed into one, many, or zero categories which can then be listed. It requires no database server to operate, and is extremely fast.

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  •  12 Sep 2002 20:48

    Release Notes: Category support has been added to categories. SQL indices have been added to speed up queries. Categories applied to directories and disks are inherited. A segfault bug in the mv command has been fixed. The texinfo manual has been fixed. The man page has been removed (it was out of date). The READMEs have been updated. 3 memory leaks have been fixed. The faddc and daddc commands have been combined, as have the frmc and drmc commands. Cls and ls commands output in columns. The add command now accepts multple categories. The info command can print category and directory info. Categories can contain other subcategories.

    •  06 Aug 2002 21:04

      Release Notes: Work on a cleaner API has begun. The performance of the Faddc and frmc functions has increased significantly.

      •  01 Aug 2002 22:04

        Release Notes: This release adds quieter output options for use in scripts, etc. An "update disk" command has been added. Faddc/frmc commands will now recurse directories (slowly).

        •  19 Jul 2002 01:42

          Release Notes: SwissDB should now compile on more types of systems. It should also handle any filename, no matter how nasty or malformed.

          •  09 Jul 2002 18:01

            Release Notes: Readline is optional now, but recommended. ./configure options for disabling optional features have been added. A symlink to directory bug and a recursive symlink bug have been fixed. A persistent history file has been added.

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