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    Fellow Penguin Cooks...

    What's the best program to keep your recepies in?

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    Re: Fellow Penguin Cooks...

    Vim!

    Though, if you're looking for an actual database program, I recommend mysql, it's crunchy

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    Re: Fellow Penguin Cooks...

    How can I use mysql for recepies... I know its a database but wouldnt I need like a frontend for that or how could I do it..

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    I'm sure I've seen recepie db things on www.hotscript.com

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    Re: Fellow Penguin Cooks...

    I'm sure I've seem some listed at freshmeat.net. Actually there should be quite a few.

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    Re: Fellow Penguin Cooks...

    /me uses brain, not dbase !

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    Re: Fellow Penguin Cooks...

    How can I use mysql for recepies... *I know its a database but wouldnt I need like a frontend for that or how could I do it..
    Pretty simple, really. You don't _need_ a frontend, but you could use one if you wanted to. You could just use the console to enter your stuff into mysql and then use the console to get it out again when you need it.

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    Guest

    Re: Fellow Penguin Cooks...

    Why not write your own little program?

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    Re: Fellow Penguin Cooks...

    Why not just write them in a text file with Vim?

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    Why not write your own little program?
    I would write one in ruby - but SOMEONE didn't post his ruby tutorials yet...

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