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Originally on 2011-02-10
When you run refextract on a non-existent file, it tracebacks with:
UnboundLocalError: local variable 'count_auth_group' referenced before assignment
It should check the parameters properly and report the concrete problem, e.g. file non-existent, permission denied, etc.
Originally by chayward on 2011-02-14
on branch: refextract-countauth-fix
paired with support for arxiv file names
Originally on 2011-02-15
Running refextract on a non-existent file does not report an error for
me; it produces empty output:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<datafield tag="999" ind1="C" ind2="6">
<subfield code="a">Invenio/1.0.0-rc0.40-106ba refextract/1.0.0-rc0.40-106ba-1297762113-1-0-0-0-0-0-0</subfield>
It should print an error message and exit with some error code
so that clients can know something went wrong. (e.g. workflow can
Originally by chayward on 2011-02-15
Originally by Christopher Hayward firstname.lastname@example.org on 2011-02-16
#CommitTicketReference repository="" revision="3680959b3640bbe54a013e9c3bf50af0ff7a29bf"
refextract: fix unassigned count_auth_group
- Initialised count_auth_group in main.
- Updated usage information with inspire journal title output option.
- When obtaining the recid and the file location for each extraction job,
split a maximum of one time, since file names with arvix notation
regularly include a colon e.g. 'arxiv:9834.pdf'.
- Display an error message, regardless of the output mode, and halt
extraction when either a non-existent or an unreadable pdf/text input
file is provided as input.