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Project Summary

Happydigger is a program which you can be used for cataloging
archaeological finds. It is intended both for semi-professional
use and by amateurs (e.g. metal detectorists) who want to keep
track of their finds.
Data is stored into a database with extensive find and findspot
details. If images are available, they will be displayed together
with the find information. Additional tables can be created for
storing information.
The program is navigated by clicking buttons on a toolbar or
by using shortcut keys.
Happydigger is written in C and requires version 2 of GTK+ and
associated libraries, see http://www.gtk.org. Version 3 of the
sqlite database libraries are needed, see http://www.sqlite.org.
To compile from source you will need a suitable C compiler and
the development libraries and headers of the GTK+ and sqlite.

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c gtk sqlite

In a Nutshell, happydigger...

GNU General Public License v3.0 only
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These details are provided for information only. No information here is legal advice and should not be used as such.

This Project has No vulnerabilities Reported Against it

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30 Day Summary

Sep 15 2019 — Oct 15 2019

12 Month Summary

Oct 15 2018 — Oct 15 2019

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