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To manage a library with a few users, a collection manager like GCstar or Tellico may not suffice, whereas a software like Koha may be too heavy or too complex. Biblio10k lies somewhere in between.
I designed Biblio10k to meet my personal needs and my relatives’needs. I thought it was a good thing to put it online for everybody. Someone may be interested. But I did not spend time to write a detailed documentation and I am not actively promoting this software.
A must-have feature was the ability of sorting cleverly the classification marks. For instance, A.3.15.C had to come after A.3.7.E. But a simple alphabetically sorted list puts 15 before 7. Biblio10k can sort the classification marks so that the order displayed is exactly the same as the books’s order on the bookshelf.
To install Biblio10k, you need a LAMP server. One technical detail: a lot of shared hostings do not allow the creation of triggers and stored procedures, but the MySQL DB of Biblio10k needs them. Before you start to install Biblio10k, check that you can run the following piece of code:
You can have a look at the configuration file to see some settings:
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