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Book of Conworlds Processing System version 8
This is the Book of Conworlds Processing System, Version 8.
This is a complete rewrite of
bocproc7 was supposed to be an extension of
with the ability to search and manage the scans that it uploads.
However, with this rewrite,
it seems imprudent for this to share the same version number
so we bump it up instead.
It's not without precedent;
some older versions of
bocproc, back when it was still written in AHK,
are abandoned in a similar fashion (in particular, version 3).
The version number 7 will be used as beta versions of version 8.
BOCPROC is, at its core, a collection management program that has been tailored to fit a very particular set of requirements that the author of this program has.
The goal of this program is to manage the scanned-in pages of a particular set of notebooks. It might be of use to you if you also have a collection of files which:
Have a lot of metadata which might not fit inside the files themselves
Should have those metadata be exposed for easy analytics
Are structured like one or more stacks of physical notebooks, with books and pages
Revolve around a list of recurring and related topics in no particular order, of which there might be many
Those topics are all related to each other in complex ways expressible by inheritance
They themselves have metadata attached to them, for relational reasons
Are to be published in other places, such as social media websites or just in an online gallery in general
And additionally, you:
Want to be able to browse through those files and search by those topics;
Are happy to use the command line; and
Are able to write additional programs to do exactly what you want it to do
It's not an enormous audience to be sure, but the author intends to use this system on a daily basis to manage his notebooks which just so happens to fit the criteria set up above.
This library is currently in a prototype stage and does not have any stable API yet. Therefore, it is not currently very usable.
The idea of BOCPROC is that it manages two things:
these are the objects that represent pages and scans in the introductory section above. They have an identity and can contain various topics that are represented by tags. Entries can be added, changed or removed at any time.
these are bits of metadata that themselves have metadata. Entries can have tags placed on them, and the tags' metadata are then put into the entries as well. Tags are generally stable and they don't change very frequently, but they do grow and change from time to time. Tags are not generally deleted.
The program then ensures that entries are linked to the right tags in hopes of being able to provide meaningful information about their relationship. They are expressed as Lisp expressions in particular files, for which see the detailed documentation.
Further information can be found in the documentation file. At the moment it describes in detail how tags work and a brief specification for the files that it works with. As the program develops the documentation will grow along with it.
This program is licensed under GNU GPL, version 3.