The exam session is almost over, so I’m getting back to development, after more than a month without any activity…
I already have a TODO list for Sembrowser, so expect some new features soon; in the meantime I have added a small utility, which you can find in the misc/ subdirectory on Git, useful for testing the application itself: if you are like me, and you create detailed directory trees for your files, then with the Python script that I have added (which, by the way, has been also an interesting experiment with KDE bindings under Python) you can specify a directory (say: /home/user/Documents/University/Some course name) and all the files found under that directory will be tagged with each fragment of their path (or part of it, for example Documents, University and Some course name will be tags applied to all files under that path). Check the script options for a more precise usage example.
This can be useful for having a bunch of tags automatically associated to some files, so you can then try Sembrowser itself having something to browse, if you don’t usually use tags.
See you soon!