What's new20100213 - Released win-version 2.03!! - saving and loading of 4 custom-views,
program-settings are introduced besides db-settings, and some minor adjustments.
Future Version 2.1 will have extended query- and update-possibilities, importing and exporting of specialized text-files. In that version, you can make a query (some branche or subject-based subset), and export it as a text-file. Some other person then can import it in it's own database. This feature will enable the program to be an interactive tool between people to exchange their projects or knowledge-subsets.
20090723 - Released win-version 2.02,
with a.o. full database-upgradability, drag-and-drop of tree-items, color-coding of tree-items and (a bit) more...see the what's new-doc to see the rest...
20090530 - Windows-setup 2.01 is available for download.
improved coloring of the calendar and fixed some bugs
For now only windows-setups are released. Adapting the code for linux is a future-thing but for now i will focus on completing the basic functionality..
Description KnobjexKnobjex (short for Knowledge Objects) is an information-manager that uses a networked approach to store information. Any item (or 'knowlegde-object') can have multiple parents and multiple children. Allthough meant to be a knowledge-database, it can hold any type of data. Especially it has been adapted as a PIM-tool for task-management, a calendar, and procedure-management. As opposed to Outlook for example, where tasks and appointments are different things (disappointing i would say), everything is stored in the single table.
TechnicalTechnically, knobjex uses python, wxPython and the open-source database Sqlite thru pysqlite (formerly knobjex connected to an MS Access Database thru an odbc-link with pyodbc). Furthermore the database uses a single table for most of the data to avoid a complex and unmaintainable database (but a lot of queries of course).
BackgroundThe following link provides some background-info on Sqlite and the deprecated access-database: http://www.testground.net/E_KnobjexPython.htm
CreditsThis project was started by Joris Bollen.
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