Indexing Disney Comics magazines and stories

Nuno Silva (aka NJSG) nunojsg at
Sun Jan 15 21:13:02 CET 2006

A 12-01-2006 18:57, Stefan Persson escreveu:
> Nuno Silva (aka NJSG) wrote:
>> Now, I want to index them using some sort of database system. And I want
>> to do it using an INDUCKS-compatible system, in order to be able to
>> contribute to INDUCKS.
>> Can you suggest a linux-compatible program to help me accomplishing this
>> task?
> The usual way to index things in Inducks is to use a normal text editor,
> and there are text editors for all operative systems I know of.  I
> myself usually use Vim for indexing.  One indexer made an indexing
> script for use with KWrite, and I think Per Starbäck had an Emacs script
> at some point.

Do you know where can I get these scripts?

> The format of the index is explained at
> .

I've read it and I will read the linked pages (``fields explanation
page'' and ``a more elaborate explanation page'') when I can.

In this page (``The art of indexing''), the example shows a code for the
cover page. But there is no cover-code in portuguese magazines - they
tell only the name of the artist who drawn it. So, what do I do?

> Some indexers use various database systems, but I don't know if any of
> those indexers uses Linux.
> In order to submit your indices to Inducks, you need a CVS client that
> supports SSH connections.  The combination OpenSSH + command-line CVS
> (both usually included with all Linux distributions) works fine for me.
>  You also need a password & user name on our server, which is usually
> only given to active indexers.  Others may mail their indices to an
> indexer who will then submit the changes to the server.
> Stefan

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