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Readme.md

#Game Librarian

A Windows Metro XAML interface for my freeware game collection. Very early stages and very little functionality, but lots of ugly hard-coding, inefficient loops and template hacking. Peruse at own risk.

##How to use

Step 1: Have a game collection with a folder structure that looks something like this:

Games
|----SomeCategoryWithSubCategories
     |----SomeSubcategory
	      |----Game1
		  |----Game2
		  |----...
		  |----GameN
|----SomeOtherCategoryWithoutSubcategories
     |----Game1
	 |----Game2
	 |----...
	 |----GameN

Step 2: Launch the app and provided it with the main folder.

##Upcoming features

  • In-app configuration of subcategories (currently hardcoded to match my collection)
  • In-app configuration of folders to ignore (currently anything beginning with "zzz")
  • Listing and launching of game documentation and executables (if at all possible)
  • Random coloured boxes or something for category and game grid squares
  • Search
  • Statistics page that tells you how many games you have in each category
  • Logging of new game additions
  • Editable game and category descriptions so you can make notes
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