Current News

  • MarcEdit Update: Windows/Linux July 12, 2016
    The past 3 weeks, I’ve been doing a lot of work on MarcEdit.  These initial changes impact just the windows and linux version of MarcEdit.  I’ll be taking some time tomorrow and Wed. to update the Mac version.  The current changes are as follows: 6.2.190* Enhancement: Language files have been updated* Enhancement: Command-line tool: -task […]
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  • MarcEdit: Running Additional Validation processes from the command-line July 12, 2016
    MarcEdit’s command-line function has always had the ability to run validation tasks against the MarcEdit rules file.  However, the program hasn’t included access to the cleaning functions of the validator.  As of the last update, this has changed.  If the –validate command is invoked without a rules file defined, the program will validate the structure […]
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  • MarcEdit: Running Tasks via the command-line July 12, 2016
    MarcEdit’s task list functionality has made doing repetitive tasks in MarcEdit a fairly simple process.  But one limitation has always been that the tasks must be run from within MarcEdit.  Well, that limitation has been lifted.  As of the last update, a new option has been added to the command-line tool: –task.  When run with […]
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  • MarcEdit Linked Data Platform–custom linking indexes July 7, 2016
    Over the past year and half, I’ve been working with MarcEdit to provide the ability for users interested in doing URI entification against various known vocabularies, as well as adding these vocabularies into an authority processing workflow.  The processes work well for the handful (15-20) defined indexes that MarcEdit currently queries.  But long-term, lib […]
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  • MarcEdit Update June 15, 2016
    Last night, I posted an update squashing a couple bugs and adding some new features.  Here’s the change log: * Bug Fix: Merge Records Tool: If the user defined field is a title, the merge doesn’t process correctly.* Bug Fix: Z39.50 Batch Processing: If the source server provides data in UTF8, characters from multi-byte languages […]
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