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3rdparty Removed jsmin
app Added category path listener for the storage location categories, fix…
cronjobs Refactored the part entity to its own bundle
documentation Version bump for PHP 5.6
scripts Moved footprints and parts to its own bundle
setup-data Moved SiPrefix to its own bundle
src Fixed the multi storage location create functionality
theme Fixes #274
web Added .htaccess
.gitignore Added web output directories to .gitignore
.gitmodules Removed jsmin
.jshintrc Implemented the temporary file service, removed obsolete code, refact…
.travis.yml Version bump for PHP 5.6 Added changelog
INSTALL Updated documentation bits
LICENSE Added license
LICENSE.3rdparty Added 3rd party licenses Fixed VersionEye link
RELEASE-TODO Initial commit
THANKS Updated THANKS file Refactored namespaces to omit de\RaumZeitLabor
build.xml - Reworked the build process so that we can omit doctrine.php
composer.json Version bump for PHP 5.6
composer.lock Removed the symfony serializer from the requirements, as it is pulled…
config-test.php Refactored namespaces to omit de\RaumZeitLabor
config.php.template Added very basic MOTD support
pre-commit.hook Added verbose instructions


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PartKeepr is an inventory management software, primarily designed for electronic components.

PartKeepr is written in PHP and using the Symfony2 framework.

Demo Site

To test everything which has been written so far, please visit for a demo which is built from the git sources once an hour.


PartKeepr needs:

  • PHP 5.6 and up. Some distributions don't have PHP 5.6 yet, but provide packages.
  • A MySQL or PostgreSQL database


Simply point your browser to the "setup" directory and the installer will start.


A very big "thank you" goes out to Georgyo of NYC resistor - although he claimed that he isn't creative, he invented the name "PartKeepr" which eventually became the project's name.

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