A program to organize your movies collection https://www.autistici.org/interzona/fulci.html
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Fulci aims to be a simple software to organize your dvd/blu-ray/vcd collection.
It is recommended to install both the libraries and their headers
file (usually the
#+BEGIN_SRC sh $ autoreconf -fiv #+END_SRC
configureand resolve the missing dependencies (if any)
#+BEGIN_SRC sh $ ./configure #+END_SRC
#+BEGIN_SRC sh $ ./quick_quicklisp.sh #+END_SRC
This step is optional if you have already installed quicklisp, in this case just load the dependencies using the client installed on your computer.
#+BEGIN_SRC sh $ make #+END_SRC
#+BEGIN_SRC sh $ make install #+END_SRC
#+BEGIN_SRC sh $ fulci #+END_SRC
Type a search criteria to start a searching matching the string you typed in any
field of a movie copy object. You can start a query with an
< followed by a
number to lookup the latest
n copies inserted into the database.
Finally you can use a simple expression language if your query starts with a: ~!~ (BNF following):
EXPRESSION := EXPRESSION AND EXPRESSION | EXPRESSION OR EXPRESSION | '(' EXPRESSION ')' | TERM TERM := KEY = VALUE | KEY < VALUE | KEY > VALUE KEY := 'director' | 'year' | 'title' | 'note' | 'tags' | 'genres' | 'country' | 'building' | 'room' | 'storage' | 'shelf' VALUE := [a-z,A-Z,0-9,%] AND := 'and' OR := 'or' = := '=' < := '<' > := '>'
All the horror movie stored in room
237 or ~1408~:
! room = 237 or room = 1408
For searching a title you can type a string to search in any field or you can use a simple expression language similar as can be done for copies.
EXPRESSION := EXPRESSION AND EXPRESSION | EXPRESSION OR EXPRESSION | '(' EXPRESSION ')' | TERM TERM := KEY = VALUE | KEY < VALUE | KEY > VALUE KEY := 'director' | 'year' | 'title' | 'note' | 'tags' | 'genres' | 'country' VALUE := [a-z,A-Z,0-9,%] AND := 'and' OR := 'or' = := '=' < := '<' > := '>'
All the horror movie from Lucio Fulci
! director = lucio%fulci and genres = horror
% means: "a variable number of any character".
People at IMDB (Internet Movie Database) are kind enough to provide a dump of their database in Tab separated format value. This software can import those data to build a very comprehensive local database.
Just download the data, unzip, and follow the instruction under ~Import > From TSV~.
Please note that the license to use the aforementioned data is restrictive (from a FLOSS POV), check the license before use the data.
Fulci can fetch movie data and movie image from Wikipedia when a title is added or updated.
Please note that even if the movie textual data (director, run-time) are usually released under a permissive license often the image data are not, it is the user responsibility to comply with their local copyright law when this data are used.
In any case please do not distribute this program together with a database built on top of non redistibutable data. If i discover that this happened i will remove the software from my repository.
The others features of the software supposed to be simple to grok i think.
Older version of the software stored database in:
starting from version
0.9.1 it is stored under:
$XDG_DATA_HOME is not set on your system
~$HOME/.local/share~ is used.
Please file bug reports on the notabug repository.
You are very welcome to help with translations, the
translation template can be found in
po/fulci.pot in gettext format,
there are a bunch of free software editor to work with this file or
you can just
This program is released under GNU General Public license version 3 or later (see COPYING file).
The program use data and code from other sources, please see LICENSES.org for credits.
Although any efforts has been put to make the list of credits exhaustive, errors are always possible. Please send correction to cage-dev at twistfold dot it.
This software does collect nothing from its users in places different from their local computer.
fulci: a program to organize your movies collection Copyright (C) 2019 cage
This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program. If not, see http://www.gnu.org/licenses/.