Current News

  • 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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  • MarcEdit Alma Integration June 6, 2016
    Over the past month, I’ve been working with ExLibris (thank you to Ori Miller at ExLibris) and Boston College (thanks to Margaret Wolfe) to provide direct integration between MarcEdit and Alma via the Alma Apis.  Presently, the integration allows users to search, create, and update records.  Setup is pretty easy (I think) and once you […]
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  • MarcEdit Update May 24, 2016
    Yesterday, I posted a significant update to the Windows/Linux builds and a maintenance update to the Mac build that includes a lot of prep work to get it ready to roll in a number of changes that I’ll hopefully complete this week.  Unfortunately, I’ve been doing a lot of travelling, which means that my access […]
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  • MarcEdit and Windows XP May 5, 2016
    I’ve been supporting XP now for close to 15 years in MarcEdit, and I’m finding the number of areas in the code where I have to work around XP limitations is continually growing. The tipping point for me occurred about a month ago, when I had to write a new URI parser because the version […]
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  • MarcEdit Updates May 2, 2016
    This weekend, I posted a new MarcEdit update.  This is one of the biggest changes that I’ve made in a while.  While the actual changelog is brief – these changes represented ~17k lines of code Windows (~10K not related to UI work) and ~15.5k lines of code on the OSX side (~9K not related to […]
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