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DESCRIPTION ----------- pymarc is a python library for working with MARC21 bibliographic data loosely based on the MARC/Perl suite of modules (http://marcpm.sf.net). INSTALLATION ------------ You'll probably just want to use easy_install to install pymarc: easy_install pymarc If you'd like to download and install the latest source you'll need git: git clone git://github.com/edsu/pymarc.git Run the pymarc test suite to make sure things are in order with the distribution: python test.py And then install: python setup.py install For typical usage of this library look at the documentation in pymarc/__init__.py or at the unittests found in the test directory. TODO ---- - nothing at the moment SUPPORT ------- The pymarc developers encourage you to join the pymarc Google Group if you need help. The group can be found at http://groups.google.com/group/pymarc CONTRIBUTIONS ------------- Please send merge requests on http://github.com/edsu/pymarc COPYRIGHT --------- Copyright (c) 2005-2010 Gabriel Farrell, Mark Matienzo, Ed Summers LICENSE ------- BSD AUTHORS ------- Gabriel Farrell <firstname.lastname@example.org> Mark Matienzo <email@example.com> Ed Summers <firstname.lastname@example.org>