>>>>> "Colin" == Colin Telmer <email@example.com> writes:
Colin> I am beginning a review of a literature on the relations
Colin> between the governments of Canada and will be writing small
Colin> summary reports on each article/book/etc. Rather than just
Colin> filling a directory with latex files, I am wondering if the is
Colin> a simple-to-use database that I could use to store and
Colin> manipulate these reports? That's quite an open-ended question
Colin> and I am happy with filling a directory with latex articles,
Colin> but I thought I would ask if there is a practical
Colin> alternative. My first thought was to just use bibtex and store
Colin> the report in the optional notes section, but that doesn't
Colin> seem like the best way to go if the report is anything beyond
Colin> an abstract. Any thoughts, no matter how off base they may
Colin> seem to be, are welcome. Cheers, Colin.
I'd use qddb. Is a flat text database based on tcl/tk.
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