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DeliK

   0.5.2  

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DeliK
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DeliK
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Depends on  PyKDE/PyQt
Downloads:  948
Submitted:  Jul 13 2006
Updated:  Jan 22 2007

Description:

What is deliK?

It's the KDE porting of Delibar (http://www.rknet.it/program/delibar/)
It is a del.icio.us bookmark manager client, it will store all your bookmarks
in the system bar so you can easily access to it by selecting the tag and then
the link. Enjoy delicious with KDE!


Requirements:
- A KDE enviroment
- A recent Python version
- The PyQT - PyKDE bindings, these are very easy to find in
every distribution.

Author: Andrea Cimino (andrea.cimino@shinyfrog.net)
Credits: Matteo Rattotti, Luigi Cristalli and Fabio Trabucchi, my dear friends ;-)

To start it... python deliK.py or set permissions
- chmod a+x deliK.py
- ./deliK.py

http://andrea.shinyfrog.net/

Comments and suggestions are always welcome!




Changelog:

0.5.2: Still bugfixing :-( but now deliK is working properly.
0.5.1: Bugfix:check that the saved file is consistent with the login infos.
0.5.0: Tags data are now stored in ~/.delikrc, this allows to have a fast startup and to retrieve tags whenever a connection problem is detected.
0.4.2: Still bug fixing. Display the connected username in the tags menu.
0.4.1: Fixed a bug. Handle unicode strings when renaming tags.
0.4.0: Added the renaming tags function and bugfixing.
0.3.4: Added "Reload Tags" button in context menu.
0.3.3: Restored connection to del.icio.us due to their API changes.
0.3.2: Improvement - Better handled the exception raised whenever the connection to del.icio.us fails.
0.3.1: Bugfix, throw an Exception if Pykde/Pyqt not found.
0.3: Added the sorting tags features.
0.2: Added the "Show Tags with minimum posts" feature.




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 Sextacular

 
 by jvz on: Jul 26 2006
 
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Dude, it's great. Thanks for a decent del.icio.us KDE app for once. :D


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 Re: Sextacular

 
 by PaStIcHiO on: Jul 26 2006
 
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The first comment! Thank you so much! I hope you'll like it and, if you're missing some feature, please let me know. From September i will be very busy doing other jobs, so: now or never!


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 Re: Re: Sextacular

 
 by jvz on: Jul 27 2006
 
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I don't know if this can be done, but how about a method to post the current URL from Konqueror to del.icio.us? I think it can be done via dcop, but multiple Konqueror instances and tabs might make it hard to do properly.


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 Re: Re: Re: Sextacular

 
 by PaStIcHiO on: Jul 27 2006
 
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I'll try to study this feature, but i think is not very simple to implement. But why not take a look!
Ciao, Andrea


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Sextacular

 
 by logixoul on: Aug 15 2006
 
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Here's the easiest way to do it: write a Konqueror extension which adds shortcut & toolbutton called "Add to del.icio.us".
In other words do the same as konqil.icio.us (http://www.kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=18909), but without burying the feature in the Action submenu (which is inevitable with servicemenus).
DeliK is a must-have tool, thanks!


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 Re: Re: Sextacular

 
 by jvz on: Aug 3 2006
 
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Just make sure it continues to stay connected. Odd how as soon as you made the .2 update, delicious changes their API. :(


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 Suggestions

 
 by logixoul on: Aug 16 2006
 
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  1. change the icon from XPM to PNG

  2. rename the deliKsources folder to src

  3. remove the svn-commit.tmp file (it isn't necessary, is it?)


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 Bundles?

 
 by prlewis on: Jul 10 2007
 
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Hi, great work.. thanks.

Any chance this can be made to list bundles rather than / as well as tags?

I have far too many tags to make this really useful, but I keep them all in bundles..

Thanks!


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 Re: Bundles?

 
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You might want to check out KDelicious: http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php/KDelicious?content=72038

It allows you to aggregate your bookmarks by Bundle > Tag (or even just bundle or just tag).


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You might want to check out KDelicious: http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php/KDelicious?content=72038

It allows you to aggregate your bookmarks by Bundle > Tag (or even just bundle or just tag).


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 Re: Re: Bundles?

 
 by timb on: Dec 20 2007
 
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Or you could try http://www.kde-apps.org/content/show.php/konqil.icio.us?content=18909 which simply interfaces del.icio.us with Konqueror :).


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