This Address book is part of rb-pim, the Personal
Information Managment toolset written in Ruby.
version 0.6, ipkg available, this version is much more usable than 0.5,
but still needs polishing before going 0.9
version 0.5.1 (also handhelds CVS)
- Big move of database code to pim-common, so other PIM-apps can use it, too.
- Proper handling of editing everything (proper events), so database is now
always (instead of most of the time) saved when necessary,
- Deals with empty databases, missing files,
- Removal of persons,
- Proper removal of locations.
version 0.3.1, aka v0.5 (first usable version)
- Can handle no/empty address.xml (*sigh*),
version 0.2, also in CVS.
- Can add Person,
- Can add Location to a Person,
- Can delete a Location for a Person.
- Button "Call" next to Phone and Mobile entries, which will dial over
"/dev/ircomm0" for your GSM (Motorola TimePort tested),
- More general extra Buttons in HashEdit,
- Saves on exit,
- Edit functionality,
- Designed HashEdit for one Location,
- Designed Ruby-Wise Tabbed for different Locations,
- Rewritten internal representation.
- Tabbed layout (doesn't look like tabbed, Ruby-Wise inacuracy),
- Search functionality,
- XML database.
The idea in my head is always perfect.
- Add button to mail to e-mail-addresses,
- Connect to some e-mail program (external),
- Take birthdate and list it in agenda (not integrated),
- unmap/map when selecting other location, because atm Tabbed is unfinished
(read: horribly slow without unmap/map),
- Slow on iPAQ (due to Wise).