iBookshelf is an application for cataloging your book collection and designing bookshelves based for it. Written in C#/Mono using the Gtk# graphical toolkit. This project is specifically an experiment in computer aided design. If you are just looking for a working catalog application for your book collection, I suggest you take a look at Alexandria.
April 7, 2005 - Version 0.1.4 Released
March 16, 2005 - Version 0.1.3 Released
March 12, 2005 - Version 0.1.2 Released. Now depends on Gtk# 1.9.x
March 5, 2005 - Version 0.1.1 Released
ISBN entry using CueCat, standard barcode scanner, or manual entry.
Automatic data fetch using Amazon web services
Manual book entry for non-catalogued books
Bookshelf design based on most efficient book order.
iBookshelf is written in C#, targetting Mono and Gtk#. The program should run on the MS.NET runtime provided you have the Gtk# libraries installed. I have tested it on Mono running on Linux and Windows. Other dependencies as follows:
The new release now uses autotools for installation so you should be able to compile and install in the traditional manner. To unpack:
$ tar -xvzf ibookshelf-0.1.1.tar.gz $ cd ibookshelf-0.1.1Then to compile and install:
$ ./configure $ make $ sudo make installTo run the program use the following command:
$ ibookshelfThat's it.