Tom's Unique Personal Information Manager is an hierarchical personal data manager. Schemas and data are stored in XML. It is designed for single users and small personal databases.
|Tags||Database Information Management Metadata/Semantic Models Front-Ends Records Management Office/Business Scheduling Desktop Environment GNOME|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release was changed to support GTK 2.6, since it reads internal GTK tree/list data for performance reasons. Signed number masks are now correctly handled. Zip codes support Zip+4. A message is printed on stderr when data is saved, allowing tupim to participate in interprocess communication, for instance, as an options dialog. The fact that self-referencing tables are not allowed is now documented. Other minor fixes were made.
Release Notes: This release adds a "unique" column type to support synchronization, fixes an error which caused the "zip" format mask to use the "phone" format mask, adds a "Restrictions on Schemas" section to the readme, and adds minor bugfixes to the build scripts.
Release Notes: The name was changed to "tupim". Various packaging-related bugfixes and documentation enhancements were made. The schema named "default" is loaded by default. The paths of the schema and data files are displayed in the "About" dialog box. The todo list, future plans, and current bugs are displayed in the "News" dialog box. "make dist" now works correctly.
Release Notes: Typos and errors in the README, manpage, and examples were fixed. Values from config.h are used in the README, manpage, and examples.