PAPISWith the post about "Fyyd" I started to bring cool and worth supporting projects with here on the Nerdbude.
So here it goes further with "PAPIS".
Over time, various PDFs accumulate to a large collection.
I think everyone knows.
Who likes to use the command-line and wants to have a good overview of his documents, "PAPIS" is recommended.
"PAPIS" is enormously expandable and helps to maintain the overview.
"PAPIS" is completely written in Python and installable via "pip".
The range of functions of "PAPIS" is enormous:
To install "PAPIS" use the following command:
Using "PAPIS" is similarly simple.
Let's assume we have the PDF called "Hackers" by Steven Levy and we want to put it into a library.
This works with the following command:
To display the library the following is sufficient:
And you have a wonderful overview of all documents with the tag "history"
A wonderful terminal tool for document management.
Here you will find "PAPIS":