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Minimum required   KDE 3.x
Downloads:  4734
Submitted:  Feb 27 2005
Updated:  Feb 28 2010

Description:

Anymeal is a Linux recipe database software developed using MySQL and XML to maintain a cookbook. It can handle more than 100,000 recipes and allows to search, display and edit recipes. It is designed to be lean and flexible. Happy cooking!

AnyMeal has reached alpha-status. Now the focus is on stability and making out important features, which may be missing.




Changelog:

0.31:
MySQL 5.0 handles booleans in a different way which required a bugfix in AnyMeal (the bug was "SAXParseException: Invalid character (Unicode: 0x1)").

0.30:
The speed of the recipe-display was improved. A man-page was contributed by Sandro Tosi.

0.29-4:
Minor fixes: The configure-script was not generating the file docbookToFo.xsl. An include-statement was missing in the file destroyDialog.ui.

0.29-3:
Bugfix: Declaration and a definition in different namespaces (bug report by mmpm).

0.29-2:
A line with whitespace-characters in a Mealmaster recipe now will be correctly threated as an empty line.

0.29:
Leading whitespaces in recipe-instructions in Mealmaster files are skipped now.
Added experimental import of RecipeML-files.




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 recipe database

 
 by cooky on: Mar 25 2005
 
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I'd love to install your rpm because I'm a food buff and an amateur chef. Since I'm a new SuSE Linux user I'm scared away by the pre-alpha version comment. I have trouble already operating with 1.0 versions of software so I'd better wait a bit. But I'll be back after I've read my Pocketguide Linux and feel I can handle things more confidently. Because I want those recipes...yum!


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 Re: recipe database

 
 by wedesoft on: Mar 26 2005
 
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Pre-alpha means, that the functionallity is not complete.
I put a more recent rpm-file for SuSE 9.1/i586 on http://sourceforge.net/projects/anymeal/.
Note, that the rpm-files are requiring MySQL 4.1.
You may find it hard to get MySQL running in the beginning (I put documentation on how to do this on the "Homepage"). However it'll may useful in other contexts later as well.
AnyMeal only is a software for searching through a huge amount of recipes. You can get tons of recipes already from http://thehoseys.com/recipes.html.
Enjoy!


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 MySQL 4.1 & cooking

 
 by cooky on: Mar 26 2005
 
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Thanks Jan, much appreciated. I'll have to take some time to study the basics of my new operating system and related software before giving MySQL a go. The Greek terminology too :-) since it's meaning varies in different contexts showing from your correction of my misconception. The link is great! Now I won't starve while studying basic Linux 'recipes' and eventually arrive at a level hopefully where I can handle Linux 'haute cuisine'. Then of course I'll be wireless in the kitchen using 'anymeal'.
Peter.


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 Nice, but...

 
 by apt-drink on: May 30 2005
 
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I prefer krecipes any day of the week ;) Maybe u could join forces?

http://krecipes.sourceforge.net/


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 ... but what? ;-)

 
 by wedesoft on: May 31 2005
 
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I'm aware of gourmet, krecipes, mango, ...


Of course I cannot fail to see, that krecipes and gourmet are more popular at the moment.


AnyMeal seems to be exspecially similar to krecipes at first sight:


  • The programming language is C++.

  • A database is being used.

  • The user-interface is developed with KDE/Qt.


A closer look however will reveal to you, that there are major technical differences, which are inhibiting a merge of this two projects:

http://www.wedesoft.demon.co.uk/anymeal-api/faq.html#faqGeneral3


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 Configure Failed :(

 
 by nckat on: Jun 9 2005
 
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Trying to install on Fedora Core 3, KDE 3.4, gcc 4.0 and configure fails:

checking for "/usr/share/sgml/docbook/docbook-xsl-stylesheets-1.65.1-2/html/docbook.xsl"... no
configure: error: File "/usr/share/sgml/docbook/docbook-xsl-stylesheets-1.65.1-2/html/docbook.xsl" not found!

I can't find docbook-xsl stylesheet-1.53 anywhere on the net, and my version is 1.78. What do I edit to make this configure right?

TIA, Kat


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 Re: Configure Failed

 
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I had a look at http://www.rpmseek.com/ and I found (among others) docbook-style-xsl-1.65.1-2.noarch.rpm for Fedora Core 3.


Try to do the following steps:


  • Download and install the rpm-package: 'rpm -i docbook-style-xsl*.rpm'

  • Do 'rpm -ql docbook-style-xsl | grep -w docbook.xsl' (without the quotes). This should list the locations of the docbook-scripts. Note down the common base-directory of this scripts.

  • Configure AnyMeal by specifying the base-directory f.e. like this: './configure --with-docbook-dir=/usr/share/sgml/docbook/xsl-stylesheets-1.65.1-2'


If this doesn't help, contact me again.


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 Re: Re: Configure Failed

 
 by nckat on: Jun 21 2005
 
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OK, I waited 'til now as I've upgraded my FC installation to version 4 and so wanted to try again. I did the 'configure' script all the way up to this point:

checking for Xerces-C... found
checking for Xalan-C... configure: error: Check for Xalan-C version >= 1.4 failed.
Please see http://www.wedesoft.demon.co.uk/anymeal-api/faq.html#faqInstallation1

The link you give for Xalanc is invalid, and there is no rpm for FC4 or FC3. Any suggestions?

Thank you. :) Kat


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 by wedesoft on: Jun 21 2005
 
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You need to install all required packages, before you can configure and compile AnyMeal:
http://www.wedesoft.demon.co.uk/anymeal-api/install.html#installDownloadDepending
If Fedora Core 4 doesn't come with an rpm-package for Xalan-C, you'll have to obtain the source-code from http://xml.apache.org/xalan-c/ and compile it.


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 compile error.

 
 by frogbot on: Jul 24 2005
 
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I'm using SuSE 9.3 and Xalan-c 1.9, meet compile error.
only for Xalan-c 1.8 ??
Sorry... my english.

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In file included from ../xalanc/XPath/MutableNodeRefList.hpp:26,
from ../xalanc/XPath/XPathExecutionContext.hpp:46,
from /usr/include/xalanc/XPath/XPath.hpp:35,
from xmlReference.cpp:21:
../xalanc/XPath/NodeRefList.hpp: In member function `void xalanc_1_9::NodeRefList::ensureAllocation(unsigned int)':
../xalanc/XPath/NodeRefList.hpp:128: warning: enumeral and non-enumeral type in conditional expression
xmlReference.cpp: In member function `XMLNodeReferenceList XMLReference::selectNodes(const std::string&) [with T = xalanc_1_9::XalanElement]':
xmlReference.cpp:66: error: invalid conversion from `const char*' to `unsigned int'
xmlReference.cpp:66: error: initializing argument 1 of `xalanc_1_9::XalanDOMString::XalanDOMString(unsigned int, short unsigned int, xalanc_1_9::MemoryManagerType&)'
make[2]: *** [xmlReference.o] Error 1
make[2]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/packages/BUILD/anymeal-0.20/src'
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/packages/BUILD/anymeal-0.20'
make: *** [all] Error 2
makeobj[0]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/packages/BUILD/anymeal-0.20'
error: Bad exit status from /var/tmp/rpm-tmp.13664 (%build)


RPM build errors:
Bad exit status from /var/tmp/rpm-tmp.13664 (%build)


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 XalanDOMString

 
 by wedesoft on: Jul 24 2005
 
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Never mind. English is not my first language either ;). Thanks for your bug-report!


The constructor for XalanDOMString has been modified with version 1.9 of the Xalan-C library. I've modified AnyMeal accordingly and tested the build with Xalan-c 1.9, which I temporarily installed on my deprecated system :-(


You can download and install the new version 0.20-2 now. Let me know, if there are other problems.


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 My impressions

 
 by ltmon on: Sep 26 2005
 
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I have been using Krecipes for a while, but it kept on slowing down further and further as it got more recipes.

I am now running anymeal with 150,000+ recipes imported, and it's much, much smoother. It was difficult to get hold of the compilation dependencies, but I guess those dependencies are the reason it can handle large databases.

I miss the KRecipes interface though. The most import parts for me are a KDE integrated interface, a better search interface and a more readable recipe display. Also being able to import RecipeML directly would be nice.

Thanks for your software.

L.


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 Re: My impressions

 
 by wedesoft on: Sep 26 2005
 
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Thanks for your feedback. Comments of this sort really keep me going ;)

I tried to make the installation as easy as possible. Unfortunately the Xalan-library is not part of some major distributions. Setting up mysql is also not exactly user-friendly.

At the moment, I have problems to figure out, how to add user-defined units to AnyMeal, which is a prerequisite for RecipeML-import.

I'm aware of shortcomings in the user-interface and in functionality.

Thanks for using the software.


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 Re: My impressions

 
 by collinm on: Nov 3 2005
 
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where to get all this recipe?


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 Re: Re: My impressio

 
 by wedesoft on: Nov 4 2005
 
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Here are some links to recipe resources:
http://www.wedesoft.demon.co.uk/anymeal-api/link.html#linkRecipesDownloadable


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