Project info for Justice4all

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Homepage: http://advogato.org/article/1036.html

Freshmeat page: http://www.kuro5hin.org/comments/2015/4/24/113741/798/1#1

Notes:

http://www.kuro5hin.org/comments/2015/4/24/113741/798/1#1

Currently digging into semantic-db

http://semantic-db.org/write-up/short-write-up.html

The code is here:
http://semantic-db.org/the-semantic-agent-v2/slurp-diaries.py

But it has some dependencies.
First one is BeautifulSoup. You would need to find and install that.
http://www.crummy.com/software/BeautifulSoup/

Next is my "secret" project code:
http://semantic-db.org/the-semantic-agent-v2/the_semantic_db_code.py
http://semantic-db.org/the-semantic-agent-v2/the_semantic_db_functions.py
http://semantic-db.org/the-semantic-agent-v2/the_semantic_db_processor.py

Just put these three in the same directory as the slurp-diaries.py code and you should be good to go.

This is the file my code outputs. It makes use of my own notation I call the sw format.
http://semantic-db.org/the-semantic-agent-v2/k5.sw

You can learn more about the sw format at my project write-up:
http://write-up.semantic-db.org/

And you can use it using the semantic-db console:
http://semantic-db.org/the-semantic-agent-v2/the_semantic_db_console.py

not totally sure of examples

http://semantic-db.org/sw-examples/

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