Anymeal is a Linux recipe database software developed using MySQL and XML to maintain a cookbook. It can handle more than 100,000 recipes and allows to search, display and edit recipes. It is designed to be lean and flexible. Happy cooking!
AnyMeal has reached alpha-status. Now the focus is on stability and making out important features, which may be missing.
7 years ago
MySQL 5.0 handles booleans in a different way which required a bugfix in AnyMeal (the bug was "SAXParseException: Invalid character (Unicode: 0x1)").
The speed of the recipe-display was improved. A man-page was contributed by Sandro Tosi.
Minor fixes: The configure-script was not generating the file docbookToFo.xsl. An include-statement was missing in the file destroyDialog.ui.
Bugfix: Declaration and a definition in different namespaces (bug report by mmpm).
A line with whitespace-characters in a Mealmaster recipe now will be correctly threated as an empty line.
Leading whitespaces in recipe-instructions in Mealmaster files are skipped now.
Added experimental import of RecipeML-files.