Changeset 17068

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29.08.2008 09:39:50 (11 years ago)
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anna
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update several element texts, changed the key names appeared in the text to the right ones.

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  • gsdl/trunk/perllib/strings.properties

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    239239import.groupsize:Number of import documents to group into one XML file. 
    240240 
    241 import.gzip:Use gzip to compress resulting xml documents (don't forget to include ZIPPlug in your plugin list when building from compressed documents). 
     241import.gzip:Use gzip to compress resulting xml documents (don't forget to include ZIPPlugin in your plugin list when building from compressed documents). 
    242242 
    243243import.importdir:Where the original material lives. 
     
    341341export.groupsize:Number of documents to group into one XML file. 
    342342 
    343 export.gzip:Use gzip to compress resulting xml documents (don't forget to include ZIPPlug in your plugin list when building from compressed documents). 
     343export.gzip:Use gzip to compress resulting xml documents (don't forget to include ZIPPlugin in your plugin list when building from compressed documents). 
    344344 
    345345export.importdir:Where the original material lives. 
     
    506506BasPlugout.verbosity:Controls the quantity of output. 0=none, 3=lots. 
    507507 
    508 BasPlugout.gzip_output:Use gzip to compress resulting xml documents (don't forget to include ZIPPlug in your plugin list when building from compressed documents). 
     508BasPlugout.gzip_output:Use gzip to compress resulting xml documents (don't forget to include ZIPPlugin in your plugin list when building from compressed documents). 
    509509 
    510510BasPlugout.xslt_file:Transform a document with the XSLT in the named file.   
     
    717717BasePlugin.associate_tail_re:A regular expression to match filenames against to find associated files. Used as a more powerful alternative to associate_ext. 
    718718 
    719 BasePlugin.block_exp:Files matching this regular expression will be blocked from being passed to any later plugins in the list. This has no real effect other than to prevent lots of warning messages about input files you don't care about. Each plugin might have a default block_exp. e.g. by default HTMLPlug blocks any files with .gif, .jpg, .jpeg, .png or .css file extensions. 
     719BasePlugin.block_exp:Files matching this regular expression will be blocked from being passed to any later plugins in the list. This has no real effect other than to prevent lots of warning messages about input files you don't care about. Each plugin might have a default block_exp. e.g. by default HTMLPlugin blocks any files with .gif, .jpg, .jpeg, .png or .css file extensions. 
    720720 
    721721BasePlugin.desc:Base class for all the import plugins. 
     
    753753BasePlugin.stems:stems 
    754754 
    755 BibTexPlugin.desc:BibTexPlug reads bibliography files in BibTex format. BibTexPlug creates a document object for every reference in the file. It is a subclass of SplitPlug, so if there are multiple records, all are read. 
    756  
    757 BookPlugin.desc:Creates multi-level document from document containing <<TOC>> level tags. Metadata for each section is taken from any other tags on the same line as the <<TOC>>. e.g. <<Title>>xxxx<</Title>> sets Title metadata. Everything else between TOC tags is treated as simple html (i.e. no processing of html links or any other HTMLPlug type stuff is done). Expects input files to have a .hb file extension by default (this can be changed by adding a -process_exp option a file with the same name as the hb file but a .jpg extension is taken as the cover image (jpg files are blocked by this plugin). BookPlug is a simplification (and extension) of the HBPlug used by the Humanity Library collections. BookPlug is faster as it expects the input files to be cleaner (The input to the HDL collections contains lots of excess html tags around <<TOC>> tags, uses <<I>> tags to specify images, and simply takes all text between <<TOC>> tags and start of text to be Title metadata). If you're marking up documents to be displayed in the same way as the HDL collections, use this plugin instead of HBPlug. 
     755BibTexPlugin.desc:BibTexPlugin reads bibliography files in BibTex format. BibTexPlugin creates a document object for every reference in the file. It is a subclass of SplitTextFile, so if there are multiple records, all are read. 
     756 
     757BookPlugin.desc:Creates multi-level document from document containing <<TOC>> level tags. Metadata for each section is taken from any other tags on the same line as the <<TOC>>. e.g. <<Title>>xxxx<</Title>> sets Title metadata. Everything else between TOC tags is treated as simple html (i.e. no processing of html links or any other HTMLPlugin type stuff is done). Expects input files to have a .hb file extension by default (this can be changed by adding a -process_exp option a file with the same name as the hb file but a .jpg extension is taken as the cover image (jpg files are blocked by this plugin). BookPlugin is a simplification (and extension) of the HBPlugin used by the Humanity Library collections. BookPlugin is faster as it expects the input files to be cleaner (The input to the HDL collections contains lots of excess html tags around <<TOC>> tags, uses <<I>> tags to specify images, and simply takes all text between <<TOC>> tags and start of text to be Title metadata). If you're marking up documents to be displayed in the same way as the HDL collections, use this plugin instead of HBPlugin. 
    758758 
    759759CONTENTdmPlugin.desc:Plugin that processes RDF files in exported CONTENTdm collections. 
     
    881881HTMLPlugin.sectionalise_using_h_tags:Automatically create a sectioned document using h1, h2, ... hX tags. 
    882882 
    883 HTMLPlugin.title_sub:Substitution expression to modify string stored as Title. Used by, for example, PDFPlug to remove "Page 1", etc from text used as the title. 
     883HTMLPlugin.title_sub:Substitution expression to modify string stored as Title. Used by, for example, PDFPlugin to remove "Page 1", etc from text used as the title. 
    884884 
    885885HTMLPlugin.tidy_html:If set, converts an HTML document into a well-formed XHTML to enable users view the document in the book format. 
     
    974974MetadataCSVPlugin.desc:A plugin for metadata in comma-separated value format. The Filename field in the CSV file is used to determine which document the metadata belongs to. 
    975975 
    976 MetadataPass.desc:On-the-side base class to BasPlug that supports metadata plugins utilise metadata_read pass of import.pl 
     976MetadataPass.desc:On-the-side base class to BasePlugin that supports metadata plugins utilise metadata_read pass of import.pl 
    977977 
    978978MetadataXMLPlugin.desc:Plugin that processes metadata.xml files. 
     
    10811081RealMediaPlugin.desc:A plugin for processing Real Media files. 
    10821082 
    1083 ReferPlugin.desc:ReferPlug reads bibliography files in Refer format. 
     1083ReferPlugin.desc:ReferPlugin reads bibliography files in Refer format. 
    10841084 
    10851085RogPlugin.desc:Creates simple single-level documents from .rog or .mdb files. 
     
    10911091SourceCodePlugin.remove_prefix:Remove this leading pattern from the filename (eg -remove_prefix /tmp/XX/src/). The default is to remove the whole path from the filename. 
    10921092 
    1093 SplitTextFile.desc:SplitPlug is a plugin for splitting input files into segments that will then be individually processed. This plugin should not be called directly.  Instead, if you need to process input files that contain several documents, you should write a plugin with a process function that will handle one of those documents and have it inherit from SplitPlug.  See ReferPlug for an example. 
     1093SplitTextFile.desc:SplitTextFile is a plugin for splitting input files into segments that will then be individually processed. This plugin should not be called directly.  Instead, if you need to process input files that contain several documents, you should write a plugin with a process function that will handle one of those documents and have it inherit from SplitTextFile.  See ReferPlugin for an example. 
    10941094 
    10951095SplitTextFile.split_exp:A perl regular expression to split input files into segments. 
     
    11111111TextPlugin.desc:Creates simple single-level document. Adds Title metadata of first line of text (up to 100 characters long). 
    11121112 
    1113 TextPlugin.title_sub:Substitution expression to modify string stored as Title. Used by, for example, PSPlug to remove "Page 1" etc from text used as the title. 
     1113TextPlugin.title_sub:Substitution expression to modify string stored as Title. Used by, for example, PSPlugin to remove "Page 1" etc from text used as the title. 
    11141114 
    11151115UnknownPlugin.assoc_field:Name of the metadata field that will hold the associated file's name.