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1#
2# Resource bundle description
3#
4
5Language.code:en
6Language.name:English
7
8OutputEncoding.unix:iso_8859_1
9OutputEncoding.windows:iso_8859_1
10
11
12#
13# Common output messages
14#
15
16common.cannot_create_file:ERROR: Can't create file %s
17
18common.cannot_find_cfg_file:ERROR: Can't find the configuration file %s
19
20common.cannot_open:ERROR: Can't open %s
21
22common.cannot_open_fail_log:ERROR: Can't open fail log %s
23
24common.cannot_open_output_file:ERROR: Can't open output file %s
25
26common.cannot_read:ERROR: Can't read %s
27
28common.cannot_read_file:ERROR: Can't read file %s
29
30common.general_options:general options (for %s)
31
32common.must_be_implemented:function must be implemented in sub-class
33
34common.options:options
35
36common.processing:processing
37
38common.specific_options:specific options
39
40common.usage:Usage
41
42
43#
44# Script option descriptions and output messages
45#
46
47scripts.language:Language to display option descriptions in (eg. 'en_US' specifies American English). Requires translations of the option descriptions to exist in the perllib/strings_language-code.rb file.
48
49scripts.xml:Produces the information in an XML form, without 'pretty' comments but with much more detail.
50
51scripts.listall:Lists all items known about.
52
53scripts.both_old_options:WARNING: Both -removeold and -keepold were specified, defaulting to -removeold. Current contents of %s directory will be deleted.
54
55scripts.no_old_options:WARNING: Neither -removeold or -keepold were specified, defaulting to -removeold. Current contents of %s directory will be deleted.
56
57# -- buildcol.pl --
58
59buildcol.archivedir:Where the archives live.
60
61buildcol.builddir:Where to put the built indexes.
62
63buildcol.cachedir:Collection will be temporarily built here before being copied to the build directory.
64
65buildcol.cannot_open_cfg_file:WARNING: Can't open config file for updating: %s
66
67buildcol.collectdir:Collection directory.
68
69buildcol.copying_back_cached_build:Copying back the cached build
70
71buildcol.create_images:Attempt to create default images for new collection. This relies on the Gimp being installed along with relevant perl modules to allow scripting from perl.
72
73buildcol.debug:Print output to STDOUT.
74
75buildcol.desc:PERL script used to build a greenstone collection from GML documents.
76
77buildcol.faillog:Fail log filename. This log receives the filenames of any files which fail to be processed.
78
79buildcol.index:Index to build (will build all in config file if not set).
80
81buildcol.keepold:Will not destroy the current contents of the building directory.
82
83buildcol.maxdocs:Maximum number of documents to build.
84
85buildcol.mode:The parts of the building process to carry out.
86buildcol.mode.all:Do everything.
87buildcol.mode.build_index:Just index the text.
88buildcol.mode.compress_text:Just compress the text.
89buildcol.mode.infodb:Just build the metadata database.
90
91buildcol.no_default_images:Default images will not be generated.
92
93buildcol.no_image_script:WARNING: Image making script could not be found: %s
94
95buildcol.no_strip_html:Do not strip the html tags from the indexed text (only used for mgpp collections).
96
97buildcol.no_text:Don't store compressed text. This option is useful for minimizing the size of the built indexes if you intend always to display the original documents at run time (i.e. you won't be able to retrieve the compressed text version).
98
99buildcol.sections_index_document_metadata:Index document level metadata at section level
100buildcol.sections_index_document_metadata.never:Don't index any document metadata at section level.
101buildcol.sections_index_document_metadata.always:Add all specified document level metadata even if section level metadata of that name exists.
102buildcol.sections_index_document_metadata.unless_section_metadata_exists:Only add document level metadata if no section level metadata of that name exists.
103
104buildcol.out:Filename or handle to print output status to.
105
106buildcol.params:[options] collection-name
107
108buildcol.remove_empty_classifications:Hide empty classifiers and classification nodes (those that contain no documents).
109
110buildcol.removeold:Will remove the old contents of the building directory.
111
112buildcol.unlinked_col_images:Collection images may not be linked correctly.
113
114buildcol.unknown_mode:Unknown mode: %s
115
116buildcol.updating_archive_cache:Updating archive cache
117
118buildcol.verbosity:Controls the quantity of output. 0=none, 3=lots.
119
120
121# -- classinfo.pl --
122
123classinfo.collect:Giving a collection name will make classinfo.pl look in collect/collection-name/perllib/classify first. If the classifier is not found there it will look in the general perllib/classify directory.
124
125classinfo.desc:Prints information about a classifier.
126
127classinfo.general_options:General options are inherited from parent classes of the classifier.
128
129classinfo.info:info
130
131classinfo.no_classifier_name:ERROR: You must provide a classifier name.
132
133classinfo.option_types:Classifiers may take two types of options
134
135classinfo.params:[options] classifier-name
136
137classinfo.passing_options:Options may be passed to any classifier by including them in your collect.cfg configuration file.
138
139classinfo.specific_options:Specific options are defined within the classifier itself, and are available only to this particular classifier.
140
141# -- explode_metadata_database.pl --
142explode.desc:Explode a metadata database
143
144explode.document_field:The metadata element specifying the file name of documents to obtain and include in the collection.
145
146explode.document_prefix:A prefix for the document locations (for use with the document_field option).
147
148explode.document_suffix:A suffix for the document locations (for use with the document_field option).
149
150explode.encoding:Encoding to use when reading in the database file
151explode.filename_field:Field to use for filenames for the generated null files (if no document_field or that field is empty)
152explode.metadata_set:Metadata set (namespace) to export all metadata as
153explode.plugin: Plugin to use for exploding
154explode.params: [options] filename
155# -- exportcol.pl --
156
157exportcol.out:Filename or handle to print output status to.
158exportcol.cddir:The name of the directory that the CD contents are exported to.
159exportcol.cdname:The name of the CD-ROM -- this is what will appear in the start menu once the CD-ROM is installed.
160exportcol.desc:PERL script used to export one or more collections to a Windows CD-ROM.
161exportcol.params:[options] collection-name1 collection-name2 ...
162exportcol.coll_not_found:Ignoring invalid collection %s: collection not found at %s.
163exportcol.coll_dirs_not_found:Ignoring invalid collection %s: one of the following directories not found:
164exportcol.fail:exportcol.pl failed:
165exportcol.no_valid_colls:No valid collections specified to export.
166exportcol.couldnt_create_dir:Could not create directory %s.
167exportcol.couldnt_create_file:Could not create %s.
168exportcol.instructions:To create a self-installing Windows CD-ROM, write the contents of this folder out to a CD-ROM.
169exportcol.non_exist_files:One or more of the following necessary files and directories does not exist:
170exportcol.success:exportcol.pl succeeded:
171exportcol.output_dir:The exported collections (%s) are in %s.
172exportcol.nonetscape:Do not bundle netscape with exported CD-ROM.
173exportcol.export_coll_not_installed:The Export to CD-ROM functionality has not been installed.
174
175# -- import.pl --
176
177import.archivedir:Where the converted material ends up.
178
179import.cannot_open_stats_file:WARNING: Couldn't open stats file %s.
180
181import.cannot_open_fail_log:ERROR: Couldn't open fail log %s
182
183import.cannot_sort:WARNING: import.pl cannot sort documents when groupsize > 1. sortmeta option will be ignored.
184
185import.collectdir:Collection directory.
186
187import.complete:Import complete
188
189import.debug:Print imported text to STDOUT.
190
191import.desc:PERL script used to import files into a GML format ready for building.
192
193import.faillog:Fail log filename. This log receives the filenames of any files which fail to be processed.
194
195import.groupsize:Number of import documents to group into one XML file.
196
197import.gzip:Use gzip to compress resulting xml documents (don't forget to include ZIPPlug in your plugin list when building from compressed documents).
198
199import.importdir:Where the original material lives.
200
201import.keepold:Will not destroy the current contents of the archives directory.
202
203import.maxdocs:Maximum number of documents to import.
204
205import.no_plugins_loaded:ERROR: No plugins loaded.
206
207import.OIDtype:The method to use when generating unique identifiers for each document.
208import.OIDtype.hash:Hashes the contents of the file. Document identifier will be the same every time the collection is imported.
209
210import.OIDtype.incremental:A simple document count that is significantly faster than "hash". It is not guaranteed to always assign the same identifier to a given document though and does not allow further documents to be added to existing xml archives.
211
212import.OIDtype.assigned:Uses 'D' plus the value of dc.Identifier as the document identifier. dc.Identifiers should be unique. If no dc.Identifier is assigned to the document, a hash id will be used instead.
213
214import.OIDtype.dirname:Uses 'J' plus the parent directory name as the identifier. This relies on there being only one document per directory, and all directory names being unique. E.g. import/b13as/h15ef/page.html will get an identifier of Jh15ef.
215
216import.saveas:This is to decide the archives format to be generated. The default setting is to GA.
217
218import.saveas.GA:Will generate Greenstone Archive format.
219
220import.saveas.METS:Will generate METS format.
221
222import.out:Filename or handle to print output status to.
223
224import.params:[options] collection-name
225
226import.removeold:Will remove the old contents of the archives directory.
227
228import.removing_archives:Removing current contents of the archives directory...
229
230import.removing_tmpdir:Removing contents of the collection "tmp" directory...
231
232import.sortmeta:Sort documents alphabetically by metadata for building. Search results for boolean queries will be displayed in this order. This will be disabled if groupsize > 1.
233
234import.statsfile:Filename or handle to print import statistics to.
235
236import.stats_backup:Will print stats to STDERR instead.
237
238import.verbosity:Controls the quantity of output. 0=none, 3=lots.
239
240
241# -- export.pl --
242
243export.exportdir:Where the export material ends up.
244
245export.cannot_open_stats_file:WARNING: Couldn't open stats file %s.
246
247export.cannot_open_fail_log:ERROR: Couldn't open fail log %s
248
249export.cannot_sort:WARNING: export.pl cannot sort documents when groupsize > 1. sortmeta option will be ignored.
250
251export.collectdir:Collection directory.
252
253export.complete:Export complete
254
255export.debug:Print exported text to STDOUT.
256
257export.desc:PERL script used to export files in a Greenstone collection to another format.
258
259export.faillog:Fail log filename. This log receives the filenames of any files which fail to be processed. (Default: collectdir/collect/collname/etc/fail.log)
260
261export.groupsize:Number of documents to group into one XML file.
262
263export.gzip:Use gzip to compress resulting xml documents (don't forget to include ZIPPlug in your plugin list when building from compressed documents).
264
265export.importdir:Where the original material lives.
266
267export.keepold:Will not destroy the current contents of the export directory.
268
269export.maxdocs:Maximum number of documents to export.
270
271export.no_plugins_loaded:ERROR: No plugins loaded.
272
273export.OIDtype:The method to use when generating unique identifiers for each document.
274export.OIDtype.hash:Hashes the contents of the file. Document identifier will be the same every time the collection is imported.
275export.OIDtype.incremental:A simple document count that is significantly faster than "hash". It is not guaranteed to always assign the same identifier to a given document though and does not allow further documents to be added to existing xml archives.
276
277export.saveas:Format to export documents as.
278
279export.saveas.DSpace:DSpace Archive format.
280
281export.saveas.METS:METS format using the Greenstone profile.
282
283export.out:Filename or handle to print output status to.
284
285export.params:[options] collection-name1, collection-name2...
286
287export.removeold:Will remove the old contents of the export directory.
288
289export.removing_export:Removing current contents of the export directory...
290
291export.sortmeta:Sort documents alphabetically by metadata for building. This will be disabled if groupsize > 1.
292
293export.statsfile:Filename or handle to print export statistics to.
294
295export.stats_backup:Will print stats to STDERR instead.
296
297export.verbosity:Controls the quantity of output. 0=none, 3=lots.
298
299
300# -- mkcol.pl --
301
302mkcol.about:The about text for the collection.
303
304mkcol.bad_name_cvs:ERROR: No collection can be named CVS as this may interfere with directories created by the CVS versioning system.
305
306mkcol.bad_name_modelcol:ERROR: No collection can be named modelcol as this is the name of the model collection.
307
308mkcol.cannot_find_modelcol:ERROR: Cannot find the model collection %s
309
310mkcol.col_already_exists:ERROR: This collection already exists.
311
312mkcol.collectdir:Directory where new collection will be created.
313
314mkcol.creating_col:Creating the collection %s
315
316mkcol.creator:The collection creator's e-mail address.
317
318mkcol.creator_undefined:ERROR: The creator was not defined. This variable is needed to recognise duplicate collection names.
319
320mkcol.desc:PERL script used to create the directory structure for a new Greenstone collection.
321
322mkcol.doing_replacements:doing replacements for %s
323
324mkcol.long_colname:ERROR: The collection name must be less than 8 characters so compatibility with earlier filesystems can be maintained.
325
326mkcol.maintainer:The collection maintainer's email address (if different from the creator).
327
328mkcol.no_collectdir:ERROR: The collect dir doesn't exist: %s
329
330mkcol.no_colname:ERROR: No collection name was specified.
331
332mkcol.optionfile:Get options from file, useful on systems where long command lines may cause problems.
333
334mkcol.params:[options] collection-name
335
336mkcol.plugin:Perl plugin module to use (there may be multiple plugin entries).
337
338mkcol.public:If this collection has anonymous access (true/false).
339
340mkcol.quiet:Operate quietly.
341
342mkcol.success:The new collection was created successfully at %s
343
344mkcol.title:The title of the collection.
345
346mkcol.win31compat:Whether or not the named collection directory must conform to Windows 3.1 file conventions or not (i.e. 8 characters long).
347
348# -- pluginfo.pl --
349
350pluginfo.collect:Giving a collection name will make pluginfo.pl look in collect/collection-name/perllib/plugins first. If the plugin is not found there it will look in the general perllib/plugins directory.
351
352pluginfo.desc:Prints information about a plugin.
353
354pluginfo.general_options:General options are inherited from parent classes of the plugin.
355
356pluginfo.info:info
357
358pluginfo.no_plugin_name:ERROR: You must provide a plugin name.
359
360pluginfo.option_types:Plugins may take two types of options
361
362pluginfo.params:[options] plugin-name
363
364pluginfo.passing_options:Options may be passed to any plugin by including them in your collect.cfg configuration file.
365
366pluginfo.specific_options:Specific options are defined within the plugin itself, and are available only to this particular plugin.
367
368
369#
370# Classifier option descriptions
371#
372
373AZCompactList.allvalues:Use all metadata values found.
374
375AZCompactList.desc:Classifier plugin for sorting alphabetically
376
377AZCompactList.doclevel:Level to process document at.
378AZCompactList.doclevel.top:Whole document.
379AZCompactList.doclevel.section:By sections.
380
381AZCompactList.firstvalueonly:Use only the first metadata value found.
382
383AZCompactList.freqsort:Sort by node frequency rather than alpha-numeric.
384
385AZCompactList.maxcompact:Maximum number of documents to be displayed per page.
386
387AZCompactList.metadata:A single Metadata field, or a comma separated list of Metadata fields, used for classification. If a list is specified, the first metadata type that has values will be used. May be used in conjunction with the -firstvalueonly and -allvalues flags, to select only the first value, or all metadata values from the list.
388
389AZCompactList.mincompact:Minimum number of documents to be displayed per page.
390
391AZCompactList.mingroup:The smallest value that will cause a group in the hierarchy to form.
392
393AZCompactList.minnesting:The smallest value that will cause a list to be converted into a nested list.
394
395AZCompactList.recopt:Used in nested metadata such as -metadata Year/Organisation.
396AZCompactList.sort:Metadata field to sort the leaf nodes by.
397
398AZCompactSectionList.desc:Variation on AZCompactList that classifies sections rather than documents. Entries are sorted by section-level metadata.
399
400AZList.desc:Classifier plugin for sorting alphabetically
401
402AZList.metadata:A single Metadata field or a comma separated list of Metadata fields used for classification. Following the order indicated by the list, the first field that contains a Metadata value will be used. List will be sorted by this element.
403
404AZSectionList.desc:Classifier plugin for sorting alphabetically. This is very similar to AZList except it sorts by section level metadata (excluding the top level) instead of just top level metadata. The only change is to the classify() subroutine which must now iterate through each section, adding each to the classification.
405
406BasClas.bad_general_option:The %s classifier uses an incorrect general option (general options are those available to all classifiers). Check your collect.cfg configuration file.
407
408BasClas.builddir:Where to put the built indexes.
409
410BasClas.buttonname:The label for the classifier screen and button in navigation bar. The default is the metadata element specified with -metadata.
411
412BasClas.desc:Base class for all the classifiers.
413
414BasClas.no_metadata_formatting:Don't do any automatic metadata formatting (for sorting.)
415
416BasClas.outhandle:The file handle to write output to.
417
418BasClas.removeprefix:A prefix to ignore in metadata values when sorting.
419
420BasClas.removesuffix:A suffix to ignore in metadata values when sorting.
421
422BasClas.verbosity:Controls the quantity of output. 0=none, 3=lots.
423
424Browse.desc:.
425
426DateList.bymonth:Classify by year and month instead of only year.
427
428DateList.desc:Classifier plugin for sorting by date. By default, sorts by 'Date' metadata. Date is assumed to be in the form yyyymmdd.
429
430DateList.metadata:The metadata that contains the dates to classify by. The format is expected to be yyyymmdd.
431
432DateList.reverse_sort:Sort the documents in reverse chronological order (newest first).
433
434DateList.nogroup:Make each year an individual entry in the horizontal list, instead of spanning years with few entries. (This can also be used with the -bymonth option to make each month a separate entry instead of merging).
435
436DateList.sort:An extra metadata field to sort by in the case where two documents have the same date.
437
438GenericList.always_bookshelf_last_level:Create a bookshelf icon even if there is only one item in each group at the leaf nodes.
439GenericList.classify_sections:Classify sections instead of documents.
440GenericList.desc:A general and flexible list classifier with most of the abilities of AZCompactList, but with better Unicode, metadata and sorting capabilities.
441GenericList.metadata:Metadata fields used for classification. Use '/' to separate the levels in the hierarchy and ';' to separate metadata fields within each level.
442GenericList.partition_size_within_level:The number of items in each partition (only applies when partition_type_within_level is set to 'constant_size').
443GenericList.partition_type_within_level:The type of partitioning done: either 'per_letter', 'constant_size', or 'none'.
444GenericList.sort_leaf_nodes_using:Metadata fields used for sorting the leaf nodes. Use '|' to separate the metadata groups to stable sort and ';' to separate metadata fields within each group.
445GenericList.use_hlist_for:Metadata fields to use a hlist rather than a vlist. Use ',' to separate the metadata groups and ';' to separate the metadata fields within each group.
446
447HFileHierarchy.desc:Classifier plugin for generating hierarchical classifications based on a supplementary structure file.
448
449Hierarchy.desc:Classifier plugin for generating a hierarchical classification. This may be based on structured metadata, or may use a supplementary structure file (use the -hfile option).
450
451Hierarchy.documents_last:Display document nodes after classifier nodes.
452
453Hierarchy.hfile:Use the specified classification structure file.
454
455Hierarchy.hlist_at_top:Display the first level of the classification horizontally.
456
457Hierarchy.reverse_sort:Sort leaf nodes in reverse order (use with -sort).
458
459Hierarchy.separator:Regular expression used for the separator, if using structured metadata.
460
461Hierarchy.sort:Metadata field to sort leaf nodes by. Leaves will not be sorted if not specified.
462
463Hierarchy.suppressfirstlevel:Ignore the first part of the metadata value. This is useful for metadata where the first element is common, such as the import directory in gsdlsourcefilename.
464
465Hierarchy.suppresslastlevel:Ignore the final part of the metadata value. This is useful for metadata where each value is unique, such as file paths.
466
467HTML.desc:Creates an empty classification that's simply a link to a web page.
468
469HTML.url:The url of the web page to link to.
470
471List.desc:Simple list classifier plugin.
472
473List.metadata:A single Metadata field or a comma separated list of Metadata fields used for classification. Following the order indicated by the list, the first field that contains a Metadata value will be used. List will be sorted by this element, unless -sort is used. If no metadata is specified, then all documents will be included in the list, otherwise only documents that contain a metadata value will be included.
474
475List.sort:Metadata field to sort by. Use '-sort nosort' for no sorting.
476
477Phind.desc:The Phind clasifier plugin.
478
479Phind.language:Language or languages to use building hierarchy. Languages are identified by two-letter country codes like en (English), es (Spanish), and fr (French). Language is a regular expression, so 'en|fr' (English or French) and '..' (match any language) are valid.
480
481Phind.min_occurs:The minimum number of times a phrase must appear in the text to be included in the phrase hierarchy.
482
483Phind.savephrases:If set, the phrase infomation will be stored in the given file as text. It is probably a good idea to use an absolute path.
484
485Phind.suffixmode:The smode parameter to the phrase extraction program. A value of 0 means that stopwords are ignored, and of 1 means that stopwords are used.
486
487Phind.text:The text used to build the phrase hierarchy.
488
489Phind.thesaurus:Name of a thesaurus stored in Phind format in the collection's etc directory.
490
491Phind.title:The metadata field used to describe each document.
492
493Phind.untidy:Don't remove working files.
494
495SectionList.desc:Same as List classifier but includes all sections of document (excluding top level) rather than just top level document itself.
496
497Collage.desc:The Collage classifier plugin.
498
499Collage.geometry:The dimensions of the Collage canvas. For a canvas 600 pixels wide by 400 pixels high, for example, specify geometry as 600x400
500
501Collage.maxDepth:Images for collaging are drawn from mirroring the underlying browse classifier. This controls the maximum depth of the mirroring process.
502
503Collage.maxDisplay:The maximum number of images to show in the collage at any one time.
504
505Collage.imageType:Used to control, by expressing file name extensions, which file types are used in the collage. A list of file name extensions is separated by the percent (%%) symbol.
506
507Collage.bgcolor:The background color of the collage canvas, specified in hexadecimal form (for example #008000 results in a forest green background).
508
509Collage.buttonname:The label for the classifier screen and button in navigation bar.
510
511Collage.refreshDelay:Rate, in milliseconds, that the collage canvas is refreshed.
512
513Collage.isJava2:Used to control which run-time classes of Java are used. More advanced version of Java (i.e. Java 1.2 onwards) include more sophisticated support for controlling transparency in images, this flag helps control what happens, however the built-in Java runtime for some browsers is version 1.1. The applet is designed to, by default, auto-detect which version of Java the browser is running and act accordingly.
514
515Collage.imageMustNotHave:Used to suppress images that should not appear in the collage, such as image buttons that make up the navigation bar.
516
517Collage.caption:Optional captions to display below the collage canvas.
518
519#
520# Plugin option descriptions
521#
522
523ArcPlug.desc:Plugin which recurses through an archives.inf file (i.e. the file generated in the archives directory when an import is done), processing each file it finds.
524
525BasPlug.adding:adding
526
527BasPlug.already_seen:already seen
528
529BasPlug.bad_general_option:The %s plugin uses an incorrect general option (general options are those available to all plugins). Check your collect.cfg configuration file.
530
531BasPlug.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.
532
533BasPlug.associate_ext:Causes files with the same root filename as the document being processed by the plugin AND a filename extension from the comma separated list provided by this argument to be associated with the document being processed rather than handled as a separate list.
534
535BasPlug.could_not_extract_encoding:WARNING: encoding could not be extracted from %s - defaulting to %s
536
537BasPlug.could_not_extract_language:WARNING: language could not be extracted from %s - defaulting to %s
538
539BasPlug.could_not_open_for_reading:could not open %s for reading
540
541BasPlug.no_cover_image:Do not look for a prefix.jpg file (where prefix is the same prefix as the file being processed) and associate it as a cover image.
542
543BasPlug.default_encoding:Use this encoding if -input_encoding is set to 'auto' and the text categorization algorithm fails to extract the encoding or extracts an encoding unsupported by Greenstone. This option can take the same values as -input_encoding.
544
545BasPlug.default_language:If Greenstone fails to work out what language a document is the 'Language' metadata element will be set to this value. The default is 'en' (ISO 639 language symbols are used: en = English). Note that if -input_encoding is not set to 'auto' and -extract_language is not set, all documents will have their 'Language' metadata set to this value.
546
547BasPlug.desc:Base class for all the import plugins.
548
549BasPlug.done_acronym_extract:done extracting acronyms.
550
551BasPlug.done_acronym_markup:done acronym markup.
552
553BasPlug.done_email_extract:done extracting e-mail addresses.
554
555BasPlug.dummy_text:This document has no text.
556
557BasPlug.empty_file:file contains no text
558
559BasPlug.extract_acronyms:Extract acronyms from within text and set as metadata.
560
561BasPlug.extract_email:Extract email addresses as metadata.
562
563BasPlug.extract_historical_years:Extract time-period information from historical documents. This is stored as metadata with the document. There is a search interface for this metadata, which you can include in your collection by adding the statement, "format QueryInterface DateSearch" to your collection configuration file.
564
565BasPlug.extract_language:Identify the language of each document and set 'Language' metadata. Note that this will be done automatically if -input_encoding is 'auto'.
566
567BasPlug.extracting:extracting
568
569BasPlug.extracting_acronyms:extracting acronyms
570
571BasPlug.extract_keyphrases:Extract keyphrases automatically with Kea (default settings).
572
573BasPlug.extract_keyphrase_options:Options for keyphrase extraction with Kea. For example: mALIWEB - use ALIWEB extraction model; n5 - extract 5 keyphrase;, eGBK - use GBK encoding.
574
575BasPlug.extracting_emails:extracting e-mail addresses
576
577BasPlug.file_has_no_text:ERROR: %s contains no text
578
579BasPlug.first:Comma separated list of first sizes to extract from the text into a metadata field. The field is called 'FirstNNN'.
580
581BasPlug.input_encoding:The encoding of the source documents. Documents will be converted from these encodings and stored internally as utf8.
582BasPlug.input_encoding.ascii:Plain 7 bit ascii. This may be a bit faster than using iso_8859_1. Beware of using this on a collection of documents that may contain characters outside the plain 7 bit ascii set though (e.g. German or French documents containing accents), use iso_8859_1 instead.
583BasPlug.input_encoding.auto:Use text categorization algorithm to automatically identify the encoding of each source document. This will be slower than explicitly setting the encoding but will work where more than one encoding is used within the same collection.
584
585BasPlug.input_encoding.unicode:Just unicode.
586
587BasPlug.input_encoding.utf8:Either utf8 or unicode -- automatically detected.
588
589BasPlug.keyphrases:keyphrases
590
591BasPlug.marking_up_acronyms:marking up acronyms
592
593BasPlug.markup_acronyms:Add acronym metadata into document text.
594
595BasPlug.maximum_century:The maximum named century to be extracted as historical metadata (e.g. 14 will extract all references up to the 14th century).
596
597BasPlug.maximum_year:The maximum historical date to be used as metadata (in a Common Era date, such as 1950).
598
599BasPlug.must_be_implemented:BasPlug::read function must be implemented in sub-class for recursive plugins
600
601BasPlug.no_bibliography:Do not try to block bibliographic dates when extracting historical dates.
602
603BasPlug.process_exp:A perl regular expression to match against filenames. Matching filenames will be processed by this plugin. For example, using '(?i).html?\$' matches all documents ending in .htm or .html (case-insensitive).
604
605BasPlug.read_denied:Read permission denied for %s
606
607BasPlug.separate_cjk:Insert spaces between Chinese/Japanese/Korean characters to make each character a word. Use if text is not segmented.
608
609BasPlug.smart_block:Block files in a smarter way than just looking at filenames.
610
611BasPlug.stems:stems
612
613BasPlug.unsupported_encoding:WARNING: %s appears to be encoded in an unsupported encoding (%s) - using %s
614
615BasPlug.wrong_encoding:WARNING: %s was read using %s encoding but appears to be encoded as %s.
616
617BibTexPlug.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.
618
619BookPlug.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.
620
621BRSPlug.desc: BRSPlug deals with the BBC collections. There are three BBC collections we deliver, which are National Sound Archive (nsa), British Film Institute (bfi), and BBC Other (bbcother) (everything does not fit into one of the first two). Four options are provided which are all-build all collections, nsa-build the NSA collections, bfi-build the BFI collections, bbcother-build the OTHER collections.
622
623ConvertToPlug.convert_to:Plugin converts to TEXT or HTML or various types of Image (e.g. JPEG, GIF, PNG).
624ConvertToPlug.convert_to.auto:Automatically select the format converted too. Format chosen depends on input document type, for example Word will automatically be converted to HTML, whereas PowerPoint will be converted to Greenstone's PagedImage format.
625ConvertToPlug.convert_to.html:HTML format.
626ConvertToPlug.convert_to.text:Plain text format.
627ConvertToPlug.convert_to.pagedimg_jpg:JPEG format.
628ConvertToPlug.convert_to.pagedimg_gif:GIF format.
629ConvertToPlug.convert_to.pagedimg_png:PNG format.
630
631ConvertToPlug.desc:The plugin is inherited by such plugins as WordPlug and PDFPlug. It facilitates the conversion of these document types to either HTML or TEXT by setting up variable that instruct ConvertToBasPlug how to work. It works by dynamically inheriting HTMLPlug or TEXTPlug based on the plugin argument 'convert_to'. If the argument is not present, the default is to inherit HTMLPlug.
632
633ConvertToPlug.use_strings:If set, a simple strings function will be called to extract text if the conversion utility fails.
634
635ConvertToRogPlug.desc:A plugin that inherits from RogPlug.
636
637DBPlug.desc:Uses records from a database as documents.
638
639DBPlug.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.
640
641DSpacePlug.desc:DSpacePlug reads the DSpace Export collection and its dublin_core metadata file, and convert to GSII compilance format.
642DSpacePlug.first_inorder_ext: This is used to identify the primary stream of DSpace collection document. With this option, the system will treat the defined ext types of document in sequence to look for the possible primary stream.
643DSpacePlug.first_inorder_mime:This is used to identify the primary data stream of DSpace collection document.With this option, the system will treat the defined mime types of document in sequence to look for the possible primary stream.
644DSpacePlug.only_first_doc:This is used to identify the primary data stream of DSpace collection document.With this option, the system will treat the first document in dublic_core metadata file as the possible primary stream.
645
646EMAILPlug.desc:Email plug reads email files. These are named with a simple number (i.e. as they appear in maildir folders) or with the extension .mbx (for mbox mail file format).\nDocument text: The document text consists of all the text after the first blank line in the document.\nMetadata (not Dublin Core!):\n\t\$Headers All the header content (optional, not stored by default)\n\t\$Subject Subject: header\n\t\$To To: header\n\t\$From From: header\n\t\$FromName Name of sender (where available)\n\t\$FromAddr E-mail address of sender\n\t\$DateText Date: header\n\t\$Date Date: header in GSDL format (eg: 19990924)
647
648EMAILPlug.no_attachments:Do not save message attachments.
649
650EMAILPlug.headers:Store email headers as "Headers" metadata.
651
652EMAILPlug.split_exp:A perl regular expression used to split files containing many messages into individual documents.
653
654ExcelPlug.desc:A plugin for importing Microsoft Excel files.
655
656FOXPlug.desc:Plugin to process a Foxbase dbt file. This plugin provides the basic functionality to read in the dbt and dbf files and process each record. This general plugin should be overridden for a particular database to process the appropriate fields in the file.
657
658GAPlug.desc:Processes GreenstoneArchive XML documents. Note that this plugin does no syntax checking (though the XML::Parser module tests for well-formedness). It's assumed that the GreenstoneArchive files conform to their DTD.
659
660GISBasPlug.extract_placenames:Extract placenames from within text and set as metadata. Requires GIS extension to Greenstone.
661
662GISBasPlug.gazetteer:Gazetteer to use to extract placenames from within text and set as metadata. Requires GIS extension to Greenstone.
663
664GISBasPlug.place_list:When extracting placements, include list of placenames at start of the document. Requires GIS extension to Greenstone.
665
666GMLPlug.desc:Plugin which processes a GML format document assumes that gml tags are all in lower-case.
667
668HBPlug.desc:Plugin which processes an HTML book directory. This plugin is used by the Humanity Library collections and does not handle input encodings other than ascii or extended ascii. This code is kind of ugly and could no doubt be made to run faster, by leaving it in this state I hope to encourage people to make their collections use HBSPlug instead ;-)\n\nUse HBSPlug if creating a new collection and marking up files like the Humanity Library collections. HBSPlug accepts all input encodings but expects the marked up files to be cleaner than those used by the Humanity Library collections
669
670HTMLPlug.assoc_files:Perl regular expression of file extensions to associate with html documents.
671
672HTMLPlug.desc:This plugin processes HTML files
673
674HTMLPlug.description_tags:Split document into sub-sections where <Section> tags occur. Note that by setting this option you implicitly set -no_metadata, as all metadata should be included within the <Section> tags. Also, '-keep_head' will have no effect when this option is set.
675
676HTMLPlug.file_is_url:Set if input filenames make up url of original source documents e.g. if a web mirroring tool was used to create the import directory structure.
677
678HTMLPlug.hunt_creator_metadata:Find as much metadata as possible on authorship and place it in the 'Creator' field. Requires the -metadata_fields flag.
679
680HTMLPlug.keep_head:Don't remove headers from html files.
681
682HTMLPlug.metadata_fields:Comma separated list of metadata fields to attempt to extract. Use 'tag<tagname>' to have the contents of the first <tagname> pair put in a metadata element called 'tagname'. Capitalise this as you want the metadata capitalised in Greenstone, since the tag extraction is case insensitive.
683
684HTMLPlug.no_metadata:Don't attempt to extract any metadata from files.
685
686HTMLPlug.no_strip_metadata_html:Comma separated list of metadata names, or 'all'. Used with -description_tags, it prevents stripping of HTML tags from the values for the specified metadata.
687
688HTMLPlug.nolinks:Don't make any attempt to trap links (setting this flag may improve speed of building/importing but any relative links within documents will be broken).
689
690HTMLPlug.rename_assoc_files:Renames files associated with documents (e.g. images). Also creates much shallower directory structure (useful when creating collections to go on cd-rom).
691
692HTMLPlug.sectionalise_using_h_tags:Automatically create a sectioned document using h1, h2, ... hX tags.
693
694HTMLPlug.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.
695
696ImagePlug.converttotype:Convert main image to format 's'.
697
698ImagePlug.desc:This plugin processes images, adding basic metadata
699
700ImagePlug.minimumsize:Ignore images smaller than n bytes.
701
702ImagePlug.noscaleup:Don't scale up small images when making thumbnails.
703
704ImagePlug.screenviewsize:If set, makes an image of size n for screen display and sets Screen, ScreenSize, ScreenWidth and ScreenHeight metadata. By default it is not set.
705
706ImagePlug.screenviewtype:If -screenviewsize is set, this sets the screen display image type.
707
708ImagePlug.thumbnailsize:Make thumbnails of size nxn.
709
710ImagePlug.thumbnailtype:Make thumbnails in format 's'.
711
712IndexPlug.desc:This recursive plugin processes an index.txt file. The index.txt file should contain the list of files to be included in the collection followed by any extra metadata to be associated with each file.\n\nThe index.txt file should be formatted as follows: The first line may be a key (beginning with key:) to name the metadata fields (e.g. key: Subject Organization Date). The following lines will contain a filename followed by the value that metadata entry is to be set to. (e.g. 'irma/iw097e 3.2 unesco 1993' will associate the metadata Subject=3.2, Organization=unesco, and Date=1993 with the file irma/iw097e if the above key line was used)\n\nNote that if any of the metadata fields use the Hierarchy classifier plugin then the value they're set to should correspond to the first field (the descriptor) in the appropriate classification file.\n\nMetadata values may be named separately using a tag (e.g. <Subject>3.2) and this will override any name given to them by the key line. If there's no key line any unnamed metadata value will be named 'Subject'.
713
714ISISPlug.desc:This plugin processes CDS/ISIS databases. For each CDS/ISIS database processed, three files must exist in the collection's import folder: the Master file (.mst), the Field Definition Table (.fdt), and the Cross-Reference File (.xrf).
715
716ISISPlug.subfield_separator:The string used to separate subfields in CDS/ISIS database records.
717
718ISISPlug.entry_separator:The string used to separate multiple values for single metadata fields in CDS/ISIS database records.
719
720LaTeXPlug.desc:Plugin for LaTeX documents.
721
722MACROPlug.desc:Creates simple single-level document. Adds Title metadata of first line of text (up to 100 characters long).
723
724MARCPlug.desc:Basic MARC plugin.
725
726MARCPlug.metadata_mapping:Name of file that includes mapping details from MARC values to Greenstone metadata names. Defaults to 'marctodc.txt' found in the site's etc directory.
727
728MetadataPass.desc:On-the-side base class to BasPlug that supports metadata plugins utilise metadata_read pass of import.pl
729GISBasPlug.desc: On-the-side base class to BasPlug that supports GIS capabilities
730
731NULPlug.desc:Dummy (.nul) file plugin. Used with the files produced by exploding metadata database files.
732
733OAIPlug.desc:Basic Open Archives Initiate (OAI) plugin.
734
735OggVorbisPlug.add_technical_metadata:Add technical (eg. bitrate) metadata.
736
737OggVorbisPlug.desc:A plugin for importing Ogg Vorbis audio files.
738
739PagedImgPlug.desc:Plugin for documents made up of a sequence of images, with optional OCR text for each image.
740
741PagedImgPlug.documenttype:Set the document type (used for display)
742PagedImgPlug.documenttype.paged:Paged documents have next and previous arrows and a 'go to page X' box
743PagedImgPlug.documenttype.hierarchy:Hierarchical documents have a table of contents
744
745PagedImgPlug.headerpage:Add a top level header page (that contains no image) to each document.
746
747PagedImgPlug.screenview:Produce a screenview image for each image, and set Screen, ScreenSize, ScreenWidth and ScreenHeight metadata.
748
749PagedImgPlug.screenviewsize:Make screenview images of size nxn.
750
751PagedImgPlug.screenviewtype:Make screenview images in format 's'.
752
753PagedImgPlug.thumbnail:Produce a thumbnail for each image
754
755PDFPlug.allowimagesonly:Allow PDF files with no extractable text. Avoids the need to have -complex set. Only useful with convert_to html.
756PDFPlug.complex:Create more complex output. With this option set the output html will look much more like the original PDF file. For this to function properly you Ghostscript installed (for *nix gs should be on your path while for windows you must have gswin32c.exe on your path).
757
758PDFPlug.desc:Reasonably with-it pdf plugin.
759
760PDFPlug.nohidden:Prevent pdftohtml from attempting to extract hidden text. This is only useful if the -complex option is also set.
761
762PDFPlug.noimages:Don't attempt to extract images from PDF.
763
764PDFPlug.use_sections:Create a separate section for each page of the PDF file.
765
766PDFPlug.zoom:The factor by which to zoom the PDF for output (this is only useful if -complex is set).
767
768PPTPlug.desc:A plugin for importing Microsoft PowerPoint files.
769
770PPTPlug.windows_scripting:Use MicroSoft Windows scripting technology (Visual Basic for Applications) to get PPT to convert document to various image types (e.g. JPEG,PNG,GIF) rather than rely on the open source package ppttohtml.
771
772PSPlug.desc:This is a \"poor man's\" ps to text converter. If you are serious, consider using the PRESCRIPT package, which is available for download at http://www.nzdl.org/html/software.html
773
774PSPlug.extract_date:Extract date from PS header.
775
776PSPlug.extract_pages:Extract pages from PS header.
777
778PSPlug.extract_title:Extract title from PS header.
779
780RealMediaPlug.desc:A plugin for processing Real Media files.
781
782RecPlug.desc:RecPlug is a plugin which recurses through directories processing each file it finds.
783
784RecPlug.recheck_directories:After the files in an import directory have been processed, re-read the directory to discover any new files created.
785
786RecPlug.use_metadata_files:Read metadata from metadata XML files.
787
788ReferPlug.desc:ReferPlug reads bibliography files in Refer format.
789
790ReferPlug.longdesc:ReferPlug reads bibliography files in Refer format.\nBy Gordon W. Paynter (gwp\@cs.waikato.ac.nz), November 2000\n\nLoosely based on hcibib2Plug by Steve Jones (stevej\@cs.waikato.ac.nz). Which was based on EMAILPlug by Gordon Paynter (gwp\@cs.waikato.ac.nz). Which was based on old versions of HTMLplug and HCIBIBPlugby by Stefan Boddie and others -- it's hard to tell what came from where, now.\n\nReferPlug 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.\n\nDocument text:\n\tThe document text consists of the reference in Refer format.\nMetadata:\n\t\$Creator \%A Author name\n\t\$Title \%T Title of article of book\n\t\$Journal \%J Title of Journal\n\t\$Booktitle \%B Title of book containing the publication\n\t\$Report \%R Type of Report, paper or thesis\n\t\$Volume \%V Volume Number of Journal\n\t\$Number \%N Number of Journal within Volume\n\t\$Editor \%E Editor name\n\t\$Pages \%P Page Number of article\n\t\$Publisher \%I Name of Publisher\n\t\$Publisheraddr \%C Publisher's address\n\t\$Date \%D Date of publication\n\t\$Keywords \%K Keywords associated with publication\n\t\$Abstract \%X Abstract of publication\n\t\$Copyright\t\%* Copyright information for the article
791
792RogPlug.desc:Creates simple single-level documents from .rog or .mdb files.
793
794RTFPlug.desc:Plugin for importing Rich Text Format files.
795
796SRCPlug.desc:Filename is currently used for Title ( optionally minus some prefix ). Current languages:\ntext: READMEs/Makefiles\nC/C++ (currently extracts #include statements and C++ class decls)\nPerl (currently only done as text)\nShell (currently only done as text)
797
798SRCPlug.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.
799
800SplitPlug.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.
801
802SplitPlug.split_exp:A perl regular expression to split input files into segments.
803
804TEXTPlug.desc:Creates simple single-level document. Adds Title metadata of first line of text (up to 100 characters long).
805
806TEXTPlug.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.
807
808UnknownPlug.assoc_field:Name of the metadata field that will hold the associated file's name.
809
810UnknownPlug.desc:This is a simple Plugin for importing files in formats that Greenstone doesn't know anything about. A fictional document will be created for every such file, and the file itself will be passed to Greenstone as the \"associated file\" of the document.
811
812UnknownPlug.file_format:Type of the file (e.g. MPEG, MIDI, ...)
813
814UnknownPlug.mime_type:Mime type of the file (e.g. image/gif).
815
816UnknownPlug.process_extension:Process files with this file extension. This option is an alternative to process_exp that is simpler to use but less flexible.
817
818MP3Plug.desc:Plugin for processing MP3 files.
819
820MP3Plug.assoc_images:Use google image search to locate images related to MP3 file based on ID3 Title and Artist metadata.
821
822MP3Plug.assoc_images:Used to store [applet] metadata for each document that contains the necessary HTML for an MP3 audio player applet to play that file.
823
824MP3Plug.metadata_fields:Comma separated list of metadata fields to extract (assuming present) in an MP3 file. Use \"*\" to extract all the fields.
825
826W3ImgPlug.aggressiveness:Range of related text extraction techniques to use.
827W3ImgPlug.aggressiveness.1:Filename, path, ALT text only.
828W3ImgPlug.aggressiveness.2:All of 1, plus caption where available.
829W3ImgPlug.aggressiveness.3:All of 2, plus near paragraphs where available.
830W3ImgPlug.aggressiveness.4:All of 3, plus previous headers (<h1>, <h2>...) where available.
831W3ImgPlug.aggressiveness.5:All of 4, plus textual references where available.
832W3ImgPlug.aggressiveness.6:All of 4, plus page metatags (title, keywords, etc).
833W3ImgPlug.aggressiveness.7:All of 6, 5 and 4 combined.
834W3ImgPlug.aggressiveness.8:All of 7, plus repeat caption, filename, etc (raise ranking of more relevant results).
835W3ImgPlug.aggressiveness.9:All of 1, plus full text of source page.
836
837W3ImgPlug.caption_length:Maximum length of captions (in characters).
838
839W3ImgPlug.convert_params:Additional parameters for ImageMagicK convert on thumbnail creation. For example, '-raise' will give a three dimensional effect to thumbnail images.
840
841W3ImgPlug.desc:A plugin for extracting images and associated text from webpages.
842
843W3ImgPlug.document_text:Add image text as document:text (otherwise IndexedText metadata field).
844
845W3ImgPlug.index_pages:Index the pages along with the images. Otherwise reference the pages at the source URL.
846
847W3ImgPlug.max_near_text:Maximum characters near images to extract.
848
849W3ImgPlug.min_height:Pixels. Skip images shorter than this.
850
851W3ImgPlug.min_near_text:Minimum characters of near text or caption to extract.
852
853W3ImgPlug.min_size:Bytes. Skip images smaller than this.
854
855W3ImgPlug.min_width:Pixels. Skip images narrower than this.
856
857W3ImgPlug.neartext_length:Target length of near text (in characters).
858
859W3ImgPlug.no_cache_images:Don't cache images (point to URL of original).
860
861W3ImgPlug.smallpage_threshold:Images on pages smaller than this (bytes) will have the page (title, keywords, etc) meta-data added.
862
863W3ImgPlug.textrefs_threshold:Threshold for textual references. Lower values mean the algorithm is less strict.
864
865W3ImgPlug.thumb_size:Max thumbnail size. Both width and height.
866
867WordPlug.desc:A plugin for importing Microsoft Word documents.
868
869WordPlug.windows_scripting:Use MicroSoft Windows scripting technology (Visual Basic for Applications) to get Word to convert document to HTML rather than rely on the open source package WvWare. Causes Word application to open on screen if not already running.
870
871WordPlug.delete_toc:Remove the "Table of Contents" and "List of Tables" from the converted HTML file.
872
873WordPlug.title_header:set up the possible user-defined style for the title_header.
874
875WordPlug.level1_header:possible user-defined styles for the level1 header in the HTML document (equivalent to <h1>).
876
877WordPlug.level2_header:possible user-defined styles for the level2 header in the HTML document (equivalent to <h2>).
878
879WordPlug.level3_header:possible user-defined styles for the level3 header in the HTML document (equivalent <h3>).
880
881WordPlug.toc_header:possible user-defined header styles for the TOC.
882
883WordPlug.tof_header:possible user-defined header styles for the TOF
884
885WordPlug.extracted_word_metadata: This is to retrieve metadata from the HTML document converted by VB scripting. It allows users to define comma separated list of metadata fields to attempt to extract. Use 'tag<tagname>' to have the contents of the first <tagname> pair put in a metadata element called 'tagname'. Capitalise this as you want the metadata capitalised in Greenstone, since the tag extraction is case insensitive
886
887XMLPlug.desc:Base class for XML plugins.
888
889XMLPlug.xslt:Transform a matching input document with the XSLT in the named file. A relative filename is assumed to be in the collection's file area, for instance etc/mods2dc.xsl.
890ZIPPlug.desc:Plugin which handles compressed and/or archived input formats currently handled formats and file extensions are:\ngzip (.gz, .z, .tgz, .taz)\nbzip (.bz)\nbzip2 (.bz2)\nzip (.zip .jar)\ntar (.tar)\n\nThis plugin relies on the following utilities being present (if trying to process the corresponding formats):\ngunzip (for gzip)\nbunzip (for bzip)\nbunzip2 \nunzip (for zip)\ntar (for tar)
891
892
893#
894# Perl module strings
895#
896
897classify.could_not_find_classifier:ERROR: Could not find classifier \"%s\"
898
899plugin.could_not_find_plugin:ERROR: Could not find plugin \"%s\"
900
901plugin.including_archive:including the contents of 1 ZIP/TAR archive
902
903plugin.including_archives:including the contents of %d ZIP/TAR archives
904
905plugin.kill_file:Process killed by .kill file
906
907plugin.n_considered:%d documents were considered for processing
908
909plugin.n_included:%d were processed and included in the collection
910
911plugin.n_rejected:%d were rejected
912
913plugin.n_unrecognised:%d were unrecognised
914
915plugin.no_plugin_could_process:WARNING: No plugin could process %s
916
917plugin.no_plugin_could_recognise:WARNING: No plugin could recognise %s
918
919plugin.no_plugin_could_process_this_file:no plugin could process this file
920
921plugin.no_plugin_could_recognise_this_file:no plugin could recognise this file
922
923plugin.one_considered:1 document was considered for processing
924
925plugin.one_included:1 was processed and included in the collection
926
927plugin.one_rejected:1 was rejected
928
929plugin.one_unrecognised:1 was unrecognised
930
931plugin.see_faillog:See %s for a list of unrecognised and/or rejected documents
932
933PrintUsage.default:Default
934
935PrintUsage.required:REQUIRED
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