Fafi is a bookmark indexing and search tool.
fafi command line app easily using
pipx install fafi that's all that's needed, and then feed it a single URL, a text file with one URL per line, a bookmarks.html containing links (any browser's export) or
--firefox and it will detect the Firefox profile and extract its bookmarks and index them.
Then search all your bookmark contents using full-text search and ranking!
New in 0.2.3
The release notes for version 0.2.3 of Fafi (Favorites Finder) include the following changes and updates:
Fixes pipx installs: This release addresses issues related to installing Fafi using pipx, a tool that allows you to install Python applications in isolated environments. The fixes aim to improve the installation process and ensure smoother usage of Fafi.
--url option: A new command-line option, "--url," has been added to Fafi. This option allows users to add single URLs directly for indexing and searching purposes. It provides a convenient way to include specific webpages in the Fafi search index.
--list=textfile: Another addition to the command-line options is "--list=textfile." This option enables users to specify a text file containing a list of URLs or webpage locations that should be indexed by Fafi. It offers a means to index multiple URLs at once from a single file, streamlining the indexing process.
Textual TUI: Fafi now includes a Textual Terminal User Interface (TUI). This feature enhances the user experience by providing a text-based interface within the command-line environment. The TUI improves interaction with Fafi, making it more intuitive and user-friendly.
Dependency updates: The release incorporates updates to Fafi's dependencies. These updates ensure that Fafi remains compatible with the latest versions of the libraries and packages it relies on. By keeping the dependencies up to date, Fafi benefits from bug fixes, performance enhancements, and new features introduced in those libraries.
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