CDCatalog
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Organizational assistant for your CD collection.   Demo ($29.95)
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CDCatalog is a simple little app I coded up to help me organize my growing CD-R collection. I have a lot of problems keeping track of my CDs that I burn. So a couple of years ago, I coded up a little python script that scanned the contents of disks I burned and gave me an ID for them so I could just write on the disk "Disk #22" or whatever. Then, when I later needed say "Cool file" on disk 22 I would search the DB and get the ID number, then get the disk. That application grew and grew... taking on a Cocoa UI, and a bunch of other things until you see the application before you.
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Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.4 or later



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rixm commented on 22 Nov 2007
Tried this on my 20" iMac (Tiger) and it crashes on launch. Would have been nice to try it out, though I'll admit I wouldn't purchase unless there is a lot more functionality in the app than what appears in the screenshot. Twice what I would even consider for something like this.
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Downloads:1,014
Version Downloads:1,014
Type:Home Personal : Home Inventory
License:Demo
Date:22 Nov 2007
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $29.95
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CDCatalog is a simple little app I coded up to help me organize my growing CD-R collection. I have a lot of problems keeping track of my CDs that I burn. So a couple of years ago, I coded up a little python script that scanned the contents of disks I burned and gave me an ID for them so I could just write on the disk "Disk #22" or whatever. Then, when I later needed say "Cool file" on disk 22 I would search the DB and get the ID number, then get the disk. That application grew and grew... taking on a Cocoa UI, and a bunch of other things until you see the application before you.


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