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A contact manager with a console interface
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CPIM2 ===== This is a console/text based personal information manager, i.e. a contact manager, written in standard C (C99) There are 3 branches which each use a different method of storing the contacts master uses vector_void which is how I would do it by default and what I consider the best and simplest way. vector_template uses vector_contact and vector_attribute generated using generate_code.py in my C Vector library. linked_list uses an intrusive doubly linked list and helper functions and macros based closely on list.h from the Linux kernel. I wrote this for the following reasons: 1. To contrast with my really old C PIM project available here http://www.robertwinkler.com/projects.php 2. As a platform for reaquainting myself with designing and writing new code. 3. As a reason to improve my C helper libraries and create more. Also to have a something to practice using said libraries. It's hard to design a library/API without actually using it. It also serves as a "real-life" test suite. I think real use is the best kind of testing. 4. To increase my Vim knowledge (ok all programming does this)