Latest version of this page at: http://home.pages.de/~addressbook/
News about Addressbook?
Addressbook 0.7 has been released the 02.11.1997. In this version I merged contributions I received from users like support for more languages.
What is Addressbook?
Addressbook is a program to manage your addresses, phone numbers, e-mailaddresses and everything which is now written in your rolodex. Addressbook is copyrighted by Clemens Durka, but available under the GNU GPL.
Where can I get the program?
For the latest release, you can always check my WWW page: http://home.pages.de/~addressbook/
The last public release is available at the following sites: ftp://ftp.leo.org/pub/comp/os/linux/local/apps/addressbook-[version].tar.gz ftp://sunsite.unc.edu/pub/Linux/X11/xapps/rolodex/addressbook-[version].tar.gz ftp://ftp.neosoft.com/tcl/code/addressbook-[version].tar.gz
How do I install and use Addressbook?
What are the features of Addressbook?
Some features are:
What is needed to run Addressbook?
Addressbook is based on Tcl/Tk, so you need a machine where Tcl/Tk is running. For most Unix like machines, Tcl/Tk is available. This program should run under any version from tcl7.3/tk3.6 to the actual version (tcl7.6 / tk4.2).
This program is tested under:
It is reported to work as well under:
Who else contributed to this package?
Thanks to LEA (Lehrstuhl fuer Effiziente Algorithmen) of the Technical University of Munich and especially to Prof. Dr. E. Mayr. During a job, I do for them, I wrote this program.
Thanks a lot to all the people who sended bug reports or made suggestions. Thanks especially to Andre Koster (firstname.lastname@example.org) for the translation to dutch and to Stephen Mueller (email@example.com) for testing and finding bugs. Thanks to Martin Paul (Martin.Paul@par.univie.ac.at) for contributing the mktable program for better printing. Thanks to all the translators for finnish (Jarmo Karvonen), swedish (Peter Antman) and italian (Andrea Borgia).
Questions, comments, suggestions, complaints, assistance:
firstname.lastname@example.org, subject should begin with "addressbook".