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LinuxPR: theKompany.com Releases Rekall Beta 1, a Personal, Programmable DBMS for KDE

Apr 10, 2001, 23:43 (7 Talkback[s])

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"theKompany.com is pleased to announce the highly anticipated Technology Preview Release (TPR) of Rekall, a personal, programmable DBMS system for KDE. The objective of this TPR was to show a working implementation that illustrates the concepts of where the project is going."

"With Rekall you will be able to quickly and easily build database applications using Rekall forms and reports. A full complement of widgets means that applications built in Rekall will be able to have the look and feel of any other application. Rekall applications can be extended in their functionality to perform virtually any task via embedded Python as a scripting language. This first release does not include the Python layer."

"With Rekall, you will be able to quickly and easily build database applications using Rekall forms and reports. A full complement of widgets means that applications built in Rekall will be able to have the look and feel of any other application. Rekall applications can be extended in their functionality to perform virtually any task via embedded Python as a scripting language. This first release does not include the Python layer."

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