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Katalog

   0.4  

KDE Database

Score 78%
Katalog
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 3.4.x
Downloads:  4620
Submitted:  May 5 2004
Updated:  Dec 25 2006

Description:

Katalog is back with a new version

With a bit of delay I'm glad to present the new version of my little application, many new feature are present, do not expect much eye candy but the traditional and improved KDE integration, please note that this is only a preview address to some brave soul that desire to help me in testing. The application is quite stable (I hope) but not every feature is completed.

Have fun !!!

0.4 version depends on sqlite3, so you have to install it with the -devel
packages if you plan to compile katalog.

Please check that the env variable PKG_CONFIG_PATH includes the path of your sqlite3
installation.

Katalog is a CD organizer integrated in konqueror.

If you have many CDs and tons of downloaded files, but you aren't able
to remember where you put a file when you need it, then Katalog may help you.

With this application you can scan a CD and store all the data about each file in
a tree structured catalog. You can add as many catalogs as you like. Searching through
the catalogs it's easy and fast.

The folder to search can be on your drive or on a removable media, such a CD,
ZIP or floppy.

Katalog saves data in a XML file, compressed on the fly using gzip.

To create a catalog simply right click on a folder or a device, choose the menu
cAction->Create catalog and a dialog pops up, fill the required infos and wait a moment.




Changelog:

0.4 stable
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I've fixed the last bugs and completed all the feature, enjoy.


0.4 preview
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The main change of this release is migration from an XML file format to a database (Currently I have tested only SQLite3 but nothing stops from using any other DB that Qt supports). Old file format is supported, currently only reading (just click on your old files to navigate it) but import/export function are work in progress.
The navigation of catalogs is greatly simplified: now you can find a katalog folder in Konqueror sidebar in the services tab, from there you can find all catalogs and an experimental navigation through mimetypes.
Last but not least the catalog creation widget now shows a progress indicator with the possibility to stop current jobs.
Note: since this new version installs several configuration files for konqueror you may need to kill each running instance of it to enable all functionalities, you can achieve this with a logoff/login procedure.

Katalog is back with a new version

0.3b:
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Uploaded the work of Eugene Kiselev :

XSLT for *.katalog files to transform catalogs to html format.
XSLT and transformation script are attached.

There is 2 ways to make the transformation:
1. Run the attached script (usage: transform.sh ). In this
case, you'll need the xsltproc (part of gnome's libxslt). Of course, it's
possible to change script and force it to use any another transforming tool
(java xalan or anything else)
2. Use mozilla/firefox/ie browsers to transform xml to html (opera and
konqueror can't do so)
a) ungzip
b) add the string:
before the KATALOG tag
c) open the result xml file in browser.

Thanks Ujeen

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Upload a cleaned archive, only the compilation is affected by the changes.

Hint: if you google for "Katalog 0.3" it's easy to find a number of precompiled
binaries.


0.3: The third release and the second rewrite, the file format is more rich but the old type is supported, metainfos are included in the *.katalog file, dcop interface is the keyword of this release. Now katalog is a library, a dcop server and three dcop clients (kfile plugin, service menu, kioslave). All katalog functionalities are accessible from command line through dcop. Rename and Delete actions are supported. Fixed a couple of bugs.




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 Great!!!

 
 by gnumdk on: May 5 2004
 
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Thanx, i was searching for such projects since months!!!

urpme gtktalog
urpmi katalog


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 Re: Great!!!

 
 by gnumdk on: May 6 2004
 
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uic: File generated with too recent version of Qt Designer (3.3 vs. 3.2.3)

grahh :( sniff :(


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 Re: Re: Great!!!

 
 by cloose on: May 6 2004
 
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Just change the header in the .ui file from


<!DOCTYPE UI><UI version="3.3" stdsetdef="1">



to


<!DOCTYPE UI><UI version="3.2" stdsetdef="1">


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 Hopefully...

 
 by RockHound on: May 5 2004
 
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it is a kpart. This could be really usefull in apps like amarok or juk.

Is this device oriented? Meaning that if /dev/cdroms/cdrom0 is already in use by another CD, it will look through /dev/cdroms/cdrom* till it finds the one... And if none foud eject first empty Optical Drive :-)...


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 ebuild wanted!

 
 by Lenz on: May 6 2004
 
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I want to try this program. Can anyone write an ebuild? I would be happy! :)


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 Sweeeeeeeeeeet!

 
 by nightwriter on: May 6 2004
 
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This is a times saviour (spelling intentional) for sure.... I've spent many a night "searching" for an archive on a CD with the old method. Insert - Mount - Search around the CD - Curse - Eject - Repeat. THANKYOU!


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 ebuild

 
 by Lenz on: May 6 2004
 
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Okay, I wrote an ebuild on my own. You can get it here: http://www.lenzheilmann.de/downloads/katalog.tar.gz

Please give feedback to me if you find bugs!


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 Catalog meta data

 
 by mschuerig on: May 6 2004
 
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Please consider cataloging meta data provided by kfile plugins. There are plugins for MP3/ID3, OGG, various image types and KFind can search for meta data already.

Michael


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 Re: Catalog meta dat

 
 by salvaste on: May 7 2004
 
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I add this in my TODO list :)


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