André Fernandes dos Santos > Text-Perfide-BookCleaner > bookcleaner

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NAME ^

bookcleaner - prepare books for alignment and other operations

SYNOPSIS ^

 bookcleaner [options] file*

 bookcleaner [options] file.dbooks

DESCRIPTION ^

Prepare a textual book (or a list of books in a file with the extension "dbooks", with one book path per line) for future align operations. The following steps are done:

Step1 -- pages, headers footers

Step1 -- pages, headers footers (-p1=0 to skip this step)

Step2 -- sections

Step2 -- sections (-p2=0 to skip this step)

Step3 -- paragraphs

Step3 -- paragraphs (-p3=0 to skip this step)

Step4 -- footnotes

Step4 -- footnotes (Deactivated by default. -p4=1 to perform this step. )

Step5 -- char level cleaning

Step5 -- char level cleaning (-p5=0 to skip this step)

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Commit

Options ^

 -c  Commit at the end (removes several debug marks (_pb, etc) before creating output file

 -j=1c    Just do step 1 and commit
 -j=...p  Just ... and send output to STDOUT

 -simplify     to do several char level simplifications:
     translate some CP1252 chars to unicode
     translate several dashes, quotes and double quotes  to ascii
     defaul=1 
     use -simplify=0 to avoid simplification

 -v=34  Create temporary output files of the step 3 (file.ou3) and 4 (file-ou4)

 -minhf=3 removes headers or footers if they appear more than 3 
      times (def:5)

 -pipe   send output to STDOUT

 -latin1

 -o=FILE send output to FILE (default is original file with extension bc_out)

 -dry   Dry run (DEBUG option, makes bookcleaner  do  nothing and just output 
                the names of the files received as input

 -dir=DIR create all output files under DIR/

AUTHOR ^

Andre Santos

J.Joao Almeida, jj@di.uminho.pt

SEE ALSO ^

perl(1).

Text::Perfide::BookCleaner(3pm)

Ontology capitulos.the

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