Tocc, a Tool for Obsessive Compulsive Classifiers
Tocc is a tag-based file management system. It also includes a tag-based file system called Toccfs. The goal of Tocc is to provide a better system for classifying files which is more flexible than classic file systems based on a tree of files and directories.
For more information about why Tocc was created, whether you need it, its vision, and what it can be used for, take a look at its web page:
Tocc is free software and is released under the terms of Gnu General Public License version 3. Refer to COPYING file for the full license.
Tocc consist of three components:
toccfs. Each of
them have their own dependencies. For full build instructions for each component,
refer to the documentation inside each directory.
But if you want a quick start, here you go:
libtocc directory, there's a script called
bootstrap. Run it
(If you have one of the released source package, this step is already done).
configure script, then
Now, repeat these steps on the
If you get the source code from the Github repository, only the source of the documents is available. To build them, you need Sphinx. You can either install it from your distro's package manager, or get it from its website:
Then, go to
docs directory in the root and inside each directory of the
repository and run
make html. Then, you can find the documentation as HTML
files in the
build\html directory inside the
Currently, Tocc is maintain by Aidin Gharibnavaz. You can contact him at the following e-mail address:
aidin (at) t-o-c-c.com
You can find the development team by visiting Tocc's Github page: