Ok, it's a ruby openurl library :)

It ingests KEVs and XML and outputs KEVs and XML.  It's used in the
Umlaut (

It doesn't bother with validation, but handles the spec better than
the CPAN version in some ways (although the CPAN version probably
handles other things better).

And, yes, it needs documentation.


On 10/17/06, Alexander Johannesen <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> On 10/18/06, Ross Singer <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> > I respond with an SVN repository for a ruby OpenURL library (that
> > doesn't currently have any documentation).
> >
> > Not sure what's completely out of context about this.
> Because you didn't say "a ruby OpenURL library"? :) I had no idea what
> I was looking at. An SVN to some code doesn't mean everyone groks that
> code by listing generic directories. A few lines of what it is and
> what it can do would be fantastic.
> Alex
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