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Multi-platform cataloguing utility written in java.

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Easy-to-use multi-platform cataloguing program supporting local or removable media - drives and folders. Uses XML files as a data storage.
It was originally created in 2010 to catalogue software compilations (also called freeware compilations) and CDs distributed with computer magazines. It was later improved to support any kind of disk and folders.
It can be used to catalogue fragile disks like CDs and floppies which are easy to damage. Cataloguing enables user to check what they contain without putting them physically into drive and avoid a possibility of a mechanical damage.
Download package consists of a jar file and a NetBeans project with a full source code. No installation is required. You can copy this program anywhere or transfer it to another computer.
See blog or homepage for news and changelog.
Note: this program uses only standard java libraries. Avoiding using third-party libraries made the development more challenging and helped to keep the program size very small.

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  • Drive folder and file structure recording for offline browsing
  • File searching without needed drive availability
  • Any type of drive or folder is supported
  • Volume information is stored using XML documents


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