tagji 1.1

tagji implements a 'fake but working' tagging file system.
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tagji 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.

Here are some key features of "tagji":

automatically prompts you to tag any document you create (but only if that doc is being created in one of the dirs you specified)
lets you store directory trees as single documents (think of, e.g., a source code tree, or a set of pictures taken at the same occasion: you just tag the directory itself, not all the files it contains)
tag information is stored in the filename, which ensures portability (as long as you don't move your files to filesystems which only support very short filenames) and low risk of losing your documents' metadata (since filesystems don't 'corrupt'/'accidentally delete' the name of a file that often)


Linux >=2.6.15 with inotify support a recent version of Python installed on your system (tested on 2.5)
Qt 4 (tested on Qt 4.2.1)

What's New in This Release:

A GUI document browser/locator is now included.

last updated on:
November 14th, 2006, 16:27 GMT
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
developed by:
Manuel Arriaga
ROOT \ System \ Filesystems
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