Minimalistic document management system
NOTE: Tidy is still in its pre-alpha (development) stage.
Tidy is a document manager written in Python 3. The command line interface for Tidy is tid. See tid –help for usage info.
To start managing your documents, first create a __collection__. A collection consists of a directory for all the files, an sqlite database for the metadata, and a collection description file collection.json.
To create an empty new collection, run `bash $ tid init CollectionName `
Each collection is assigned a [UUID](https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc4122.html) (universally unique identifier).
## Adding files
Tidy manages documents added to it by putting them into the Inbox and assigning a UUID for each file.
`bash $ tid add [CollectionName] files `
If no collection name is given, Tidy will put the files into the global inbox at $TIDY_HOME/Inbox.
Tidy can be customized through a configuration file at $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/tidy/config, where $XDG_CONFIG_HOME defaults to be $HOME/.config.
$TIDY_HOME defaults to be $HOME/.tidy.
It is not recommended that collections be synced directly with cloud drives like Nextcloud or Dropbox unless you are comfortable with resolving potential database conflicts manually.
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