Tag organizer that uses names of files and folders to create symlinks. Tags are defined by using #hashtags in the name. They can also be as many sub levels as you want, like #sub-hash-tag
note This version is a completey different version than the old (https://github.com/xeor/taggo/tree/0.2). The old version works for python 2 (but not 3). It also had config-file instead of parameters. Check out the repo if you want it..
- Free software: MIT license
- Documentation: https://taggo.readthedocs.io
- Source: https://github.com/xeor/taggo
- Issues: https://github.com/xeor/taggo/issues
This project is in beta stage, please report bugs :)
Any questions, thoughts, bugs are very welcome!
Start the container with environment variables like CRON_TAGGO_0 with the format * * * * *|run ....
- CRON_TAGGO_n where n is a number, start at 0, have as many as you want.
- We take care automaticly that only 1 of each number is running at a time. Example, if one of your job is running every minute and it takes more than a minute to finish. It wont start the 2nd time.
- The environment variable is split in 2 by a |. The first param is a cron, the 2nd is the parameters sent to the taggo command.
- Why the name taggo?
- It's a tagging tool. It does stuff with tags. What do you suggest? Tagging, taggs, tags, tag2fold... no.. Taggo!
- Why do you want to create tags with symlinks?
- Because everyone have underestimated the power of tagging data.
- Photo filenames are just wasted, what does DCIM1234.jpg tell you?
- You know you miss one folder that contains all your dog pictures.
- You sould not depend on a 3rd party program/database to manage your files/photos.
- There are just a bunch of empty folders created on windows
- This is probably because you are not allowed to create symlinks (verify by running with debug). To allow yourself access to do that, go to Administrative Tools > Local Security Policy > Local Policies > User Rights Assignment and add your account to Create symbolic links.