Thanks everyone for trying the utilities and providing constructive
I'll add more content to the site in the future, including links to
standards and definitions.
I will also consider adding the ability to search, extract and do analysis
on records along with transformation.
My first priority though, is to include better error handling and tests.
The "text" output format is MARCMaker. I'm using pymarc TextWriter() for
On Tue, Apr 16, 2019 at 3:06 AM Jakob Voß <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Stuart A. Yeates wrote:
> > I would also add somewhere links to the definitions / standards for
> > each of these files types. Not everyone who encounters MARC can be
> > expected to know all the other acronyms-as-file-formats.
> My collection of data formats may help here. It's currently only
> documented in German with should be useful enough to look up links. For
> Instance at
> I list not less then seven serialization forms of MARC, binary MARC
> (=ISO MARC) and MARCXML just one two them.
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