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bm 1.4.1

Simple command line bookmark and/or tagging utility.

Latest Version: 1.5.4

Description
===========

Simple command line bookmark and/or tagging utility.

In order to help using it to tag files and directories as well as urls, it
recognises if the URL given is that of an existing file. If so, the absolute
path is substituted to help scripting by piping the output and to escape
ambiguity. This behaviour can be stopped by using the "--no-path-subs" option.

One way to see this program is to consider it a simple hashmap utility for
bash that associates a set of strings (the tags) to another one (the url).
Feel free to find other ways to use this program!

Msgpack is used as is it highly portable, language agnostic and yet highly
efficient.

This script is written using python3.


THIS VERSION IS STABLE.


Documentation
=============
Usage: bm [options] [-r] URL TAG...
bm [options] -d URL
bm [options] -l [TAG]...
bm [options] -L TAG...
bm [options] URL
bm [options] -i SOURCE...
bm [options] -t

Arguments:
URL The url to bookmark
If alone, print the tags associated with URL
If the url corresponds to an existing file,
the absolute path is substituted to URL
If URL is '-', then the program looks for a list of URL
comming from the standard input.
TAG The tags to use with the url.
SOURCE When uniting, the paths to the source files.

Options:
-h, --help Print this help and exit
-r, --remove Remove TAG from URL
-d, --delete Delete an url from the database
-l, --list-every List the urls with every of TAG
If no tag is given, list all urls
-L, --list-any List the urls with any of TAG
-f, --file FILE Use FILE as the database, can be an url
Default is ~/.bookmarks
-t, --tags List every tag present in the database
with how many times it is used.
Output is sorted from the least to the most used
-i, --import Import bookmarks from sources into the database.
-n, --no-path-subs Disable file path substitution
-w, --web Open the results in a web browser
--version Print current version number

Example
=======

$ bm "http://duckduckgo.com" bad search engine

$ bm "http://google.com" bad search engine

$ bm -l search engine
http://duckduckgo.com
http://google.com

$ bm -r "http://duckduckgo.com" bad

$ bm "http://duckduckgo.com" cool

$ bm "http://duckduckgo.com"
cool
engine
search

$ bm -L search engine
http://duckduckgo.com
http://google.com

$ bm -L bad search engine
http://google.com

$ bm -l
cool
engine
search
bad

$ cat urls | bm - atag


Installation
============

The simplest method is to use:

pip install bm

Otherwise, you can do when in this directory

python3 setup install

This should install the dependancies as well.


Dependencies
============

docopt https://github.com/docopt/docopt or "pip install docopt"
msgpack http://msgpack.org/ or "pip install msgpack-python"
requests https://github.com/kennethreitz/requests or "pip install requests"

License
=======

This program is under the GPLv3 License.

You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with this program. If not, see <http: www.gnu.org="" licenses=""/>.

Contact
=======

Main developper: Cédric Picard
Email: cedric.picard@efrei.net
Twitter: @Cym13
GPG: 383A 76B9 D68D 2BD6 9D2B 4716 E3B9 F4FE 5CED 42CB
 
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