Originally Posted by chaley
I am looking for some testers.
The series type was added to permit books to be in more than one series at a time. For example, Weber's Honorverse books have at least an Honorverse temporal order, a publishing order, and a sub-series order. Bradley's Darkover books have the same characteristics, with the added complexity that the sub-series are threaded together. Using the new column type, you can keep track of the ones that interest you.
If you want to back up to 0.7.4, delete the columns using the test version, or by using 0.7.4's command line command 'calibredb remove_custom_column'. Alternatively, and better, would be to run it on a copy of your library.
Thank you in advance for your help.
I have both those example series (and More
I love to test for you, but I seem to be dense in getting the bzr's to run (currently have the trunk on my system)
I set the Windows environment:
"C:\Documents and Settings\shop1\calibre"
That is the folder that has the src, icons,resources... folders that "Tortoise Bazaar" manages (and updates, trunk is now 5545 according to Bazaar Explorer)
I should just start Calibre like I always do and it should run from the source, Right?