'Rekall' is a database front-end, a tool to extract, display and update database data. It is database agnostic, and does not have any preferred database. Users can design and use forms and reports, construct database queries, import and export data, and create reusable components to reduce application development time. Rekall can be scripted using Python; a script can be executed when various events occur. Scripts can be associated directly with the event, but they can also stored in script modules for general use. Users also have full access to all Python modules. 'Rekall' also has an integrated Python debugger with syntax highlighting.
DocumentationUser manual available in HTML format from http://www.rekallrevealed.org/kbExec.py
released on 16 April 2004
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