Manage collection inventories throught yaml files.
lesana is a python3 library to organize collections of various kinds. It is designed to have a data storage / serialization format that is friendly to git and other VCSs, but decent performances.
To reach this aim it uses yaml as its serialization format, which is easy to store in a VCS, share between people and syncronize between different computers, but it also keeps an index of this data in a local xapian database in order to allow for fast searches.
lesana supports collections of any kind, as long as their entries can be described with a mostly flat dictionary of fields of the types described in the documentation file field_types.
Some example collection schemas are provided, but one big strenght of lesana is the ability to customize your collection with custom fields by simply writing a personalized settings.yaml.
The recommended way to install lesana is to use the packages available for your distribution; see e.g. the list of distributions that provide lesana on repology.
lesana expects to run on a POSIX-like system and requires the following dependencies:
Under debian (and derivatives), the packages to install are:
apt install python3-jinja2 python3-ruamel.yaml python3-xapian \ python3-dateutil python3-git
lesana can be run in place from the git checkout / extracted tarball; to use setup.py you will also need setuptools (e.g. from the python3-setuptools package under debian and derivatives).
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