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The MARC21 standard now supports encoding character data in Unicode, specifically the UCS Transformation Formats-8 (UTF-8). Unicode notwithstanding, libraries still have a wealth of data encoded using MARC-8. Yet, some new data formats such as XML require that characters are encoded using Unicode. In order to facilitate conversion the Library of Congress graciously published character mappings to enable the conversion of MARC-8 data to Unicode.
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Located in Package: libmarc-charset-perl
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This module provides an implentation of the LOC's spec on how to convert metadata between MARC and Dublin Core format. The spec for converting MARC to Dublin Core is available at: http://www.loc.gov/marc/marc2dc.html, and from DC to MARC: http://www.loc.gov/marc/dccross.html.
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Located in Package: libmarc-crosswalk-dublincore-perl
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NB: The conversion cannot be done in a round-trip manner. i.e. Doing a conversion from MARC to DC, then trying to go back to MARC will not yield the original record.
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Located in Package: libmarc-crosswalk-dublincore-perl
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Perl extension for checking validity of MARC records
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Located in Package: libmarc-lint-perl
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MARC::Lint is a Perl module for checking the validity of MARC records. Most of the users will want to do something like is shown in the synopsis. Other users may choose instead to overload MARC::Lint's methods and provide their own special field-level checking. If you have certain requirements, such as making sure that all 952 tags have a certain call number in them, you can write a function that checks for that, and still get all the benefits of the MARC::Lint framework.
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Located in Package: libmarc-lint-perl
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Perl extension to manipulate MAchine Readable Cataloging records
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Located in Package: libmarc-perl
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MARC.pm is a Perl 5 module for reading in, manipulating, and outputting bibliographic records in the USMARC format.
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Located in Package: libmarc-perl
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MARC.pm can handle both single and batches of MARC records. The limit on the number of records in a batch is determined by the memory capacity of the machine you are running. If memory is an issue for you MARC.pm will allow you to read in records from a batch gradually. MARC.pm also includes a variety of tools for searching, removing, and even creating records from scratch.
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Located in Package: libmarc-perl
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Perl extension for handling MARC records
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Located in Package: libmarc-record-perl
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The MARC::* series of modules create a simple object-oriented abstraction of MARC record handling. The files are:
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Located in Package: libmarc-record-perl
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