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17 .project
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-<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
-<projectDescription>
- <name>fido</name>
- <comment></comment>
- <projects>
- </projects>
- <buildSpec>
- <buildCommand>
- <name>org.python.pydev.PyDevBuilder</name>
- <arguments>
- </arguments>
- </buildCommand>
- </buildSpec>
- <natures>
- <nature>org.python.pydev.pythonNature</nature>
- </natures>
-</projectDescription>
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-<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="no"?>
-<?eclipse-pydev version="1.0"?>
-
-<pydev_project>
-<pydev_property name="org.python.pydev.PYTHON_PROJECT_INTERPRETER">Default</pydev_property>
-<pydev_property name="org.python.pydev.PYTHON_PROJECT_VERSION">python 2.6</pydev_property>
-<pydev_pathproperty name="org.python.pydev.PROJECT_SOURCE_PATH">
-<path>/fido/fido</path>
-</pydev_pathproperty>
-
-
-</pydev_project>
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1 MANIFEST.in
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-# include fido/conf/pronom-xml.zip
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89 Makefile
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-# Fido Makefile
-
-python=python
-python26=python2.6 #/cygdrive/e/apps/python26/python
-python27=python #/cygdrive/e/apps/python27/python
-xmllint=/usr/bin/xmllint
-
-ok="{info.filename},{info.puid},{info.signaturename}\n"
-ko="{info.filename},NONE,NONE\n"
-
-app_files=setup.py fido/argparselocal.py fido/fido.bat fido/fido.sh fido/__init__.py fido/testfido.py
-xml_files=fido/conf/formats.xml fido/conf/format_extensions.xml
-doc_files=README.txt LICENSE.txt
-
-.PHONY:all clean dist prof test install
-
-all: test install dist
-
-README.txt: README.in fido/fido.py
- ${python} fido/fido.py -h > README.txt
- cat README.in >> README.txt
-
-clean:
- rm -rf build
- rm -f fido/*.pyc
- rm -f test/out*.*
- rm -f test/prof/*.prof
- rm -f make/*
-
-install: make/install
-
-make/install: ${app_files} ${xml_files} ${doc_files}
- ${python26} setup.py install
- ${python27} setup.py install
- touch make/install
-
-dist: make/dist
-
-make/dist: ${app_files} ${xml_files} ${doc_files}
- ${python26} setup.py bdist_msi
- ${python27} setup.py sdist bdist_msi
- touch make/dist
-
-convert: fido/conf/pronom-xml.zip fido/fido.py fido/conf/fido-formats.xsd
- ${python} fido/fido.py -convert -source fido/conf/pronom-xml.zip -target fido/conf/formats.xml
- #${xmllint} -noout -schema fido/conf/fido-formats.xsd -valid fido/conf/formats.xml
- ${xmllint} -format fido/conf/formats.xml -o fido/conf/formats.xml
-
-prof: make/prof
-
-make/prof: ${app_files) ${xml_files}
- python -m cProfile -o test/prof/convert.prof fido/fido.py -i fido/conf/pronom-xml.zip -o test/out-formats.xml
- python -m cProfile -o test/prof/id-test-r.prof fido/fido.py -r -conf fido/conf test/files
- python -m cProfile -o test/prof/id-to-read-r.prof fido/fido.py -r -conf fido/conf 'c:\Documents and Settings\afarquha\My Documents\00_To_Read'
- touch make/prof
-
-test: make/test.run make/test.prep make/test.args
-
-make/test.prep: install
- ${python} -u -m fido.fido -input fido/conf/pronom-xml.zip -output test/out-prep.xml
- (diff test/expected-prep.xml test/out-prep.xml)
- touch make/test.prep
-
-make/test.run: install
- find test/files -type f > test/files.txt
- # Regular run
- ${python} -u -m fido.fido -r -z \
- -matchprintf ${ok} -nomatchprintf ${ko} test/files | sort > test/out-1.csv
- # with input from pipe
- find test/files -type f | ${python} -u -m fido.fido -r -z -in - \
- -matchprintf ${ok} -nomatchprintf ${ko} | sort > test/out-2.csv
- # with input from file
- ${python} -u -m fido.fido -r -z -in test/files.txt \
- -matchprintf ${ok} -nomatchprintf ${ko} | sort > test/out-3.csv
- # with configuration directory specified on command line
- ${python} -u -m fido.fido -conf test/conf -r -z \
- -matchprintf ${ok} -nomatchprintf '' test/files | sort > test/out-4.csv
- (diff test/expected.csv test/out-1.csv)
- (diff test/expected.csv test/out-2.csv)
- (diff test/expected.csv test/out-3.csv)
- (diff test/expected-4.csv test/out-4.csv)
- touch make/test.run
-
-make/test.args: install
- ${python} -u -m fido.fido -show defaults > test/out-args-1.txt
- (diff test/expected-args-1.txt test/out-args-1.txt)
- ${python} -u -m fido.fido -show formats > test/out-args-2.txt
- (diff test/expected-args-2.txt test/out-args-2.txt)
-
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69 README.in
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+usage: fido.py [-h] [-v] [-q] [-recurse] [-zip] [-input INPUT]
+ [-useformats INCLUDEPUIDS] [-nouseformats EXCLUDEPUIDS]
+ [-matchprintf FORMATSTRING]
+ [-nomatchprintf FORMATSTRING] [-bufsize BUFSIZE] [-show SHOW]
+ [-loadformats XML1,...,XMLn] [-confdir CONFDIR] [-checkformats]
+ [-convert] [-source SOURCE] [-target TARGET]
+ [FILE [FILE ...]]
+
+Format Identification for Digital Objects (fido). FIDO is a command-line tool
+to identify the file formats of digital objects. It is designed for simple
+integration into automated work-flows.
+
+positional arguments:
+ FILE files to check. If the file is -, then read content
+ from stdin. In this case, python must be invoked with
+ -u or it may convert the line terminators.
+
+optional arguments:
+ -h, --help show this help message and exit
+ -v show version information
+ -q run (more) quietly
+ -recurse recurse into subdirectories
+ -zip recurse into zip and tar files
+ -input INPUT file containing a list of files to check, one per
+ line. - means stdin
+ -useformats INCLUDEPUIDS
+ comma separated string of formats to use in
+ identification
+ -nouseformats EXCLUDEPUIDS
+ comma separated string of formats not to use in
+ identification
+ -matchprintf FORMATSTRING
+ format string (Python style) to use on match. See
+ nomatchprintf, README.txt.
+ -nomatchprintf FORMATSTRING
+ format string (Python style) to use if no match. See
+ README.txt
+ -bufsize BUFSIZE size of the buffer to match against
+ -show SHOW show "format" or "defaults"
+ -loadformats XML1,...,XMLn
+ comma separated string of XML format files to add.
+ -confdir CONFDIR configuration directory to load_fido_xml, for example,
+ the format specifications from.
+ -checkformats Check the supplied format XML files for quality.
+ -convert Convert pronom xml to fido xml
+ -source SOURCE import from a zip file containing only Pronom xml
+ files
+ -target TARGET export fido xml output file
+
+Open Planets Foundation (http://www.openplanetsfoundation.org)
+See License.txt for license information.
+Download from: http://github.com/openplanets/fido/downloads
+Author: Adam Farquhar, 2010
+Maintainer: Maurice de Rooij, 2011
+FIDO uses the UK National Archives (TNA) PRONOM File Format descriptions. PRONOM is available from www.tna.gov.uk/pronom.
Installation
------------
@@ -7,25 +62,15 @@ Any platform
(or use the big Downloads button on http://github.com/openplanets/fido)
2. Unzip into some directory
3. Open a command shell, cd to the directory that you placed the zip contents into
-4. python setup.py install
- On the Mac, this places the fido.sh executable somewhere useful:
- sudo python setup.py install --install-scripts=/usr/local/bin
-5. You should now be able to see the help text:
+4. You should now be able to see the help text:
python -m fido.fido -h
If you are lucky, you may also be able to run with
fido.sh -h
-Windows
-1. Download the latest msi release from http://github.com/openplanets/fido/downloads
- (or use the big Downloads button on http://github.com/openplanets/fido)
-2. Double click
-3. Open a comnand shell. You should now be able to run fido:
- python -m fido.fido -h
-
Dependencies
------------
-Fido 0.7 and later will run on Python 2.6 or Python 2.7 with no other dependencies.
+Fido 0.9.6 and later will run on Python 2.6 or Python 2.7 with no other dependencies.
Format Definitions
------------------
View
29 README.txt
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
usage: fido.py [-h] [-v] [-q] [-recurse] [-zip] [-input INPUT]
[-useformats INCLUDEPUIDS] [-nouseformats EXCLUDEPUIDS]
- [-extension] [-matchprintf FORMATSTRING]
+ [-matchprintf FORMATSTRING]
[-nomatchprintf FORMATSTRING] [-bufsize BUFSIZE] [-show SHOW]
[-loadformats XML1,...,XMLn] [-confdir CONFDIR] [-checkformats]
[-convert] [-source SOURCE] [-target TARGET]
@@ -29,8 +29,6 @@ optional arguments:
-nouseformats EXCLUDEPUIDS
comma separated string of formats not to use in
identification
- -extension use file extensions if the patterns fail. May return
- many matches.
-matchprintf FORMATSTRING
format string (Python style) to use on match. See
nomatchprintf, README.txt.
@@ -49,11 +47,12 @@ optional arguments:
files
-target TARGET export fido xml output file
-Open Planets Foundation (http://www.openplanetsfoundation.org) See License.txt
-for license information. Download from:
-http://github.com/openplanets/fido/downloads Author: Adam Farquhar, 2010 FIDO
-uses the UK National Archives (TNA) PRONOM File Format descriptions. PRONOM is
-available from www.tna.gov.uk/pronom.
+Open Planets Foundation (http://www.openplanetsfoundation.org)
+See License.txt for license information.
+Download from: http://github.com/openplanets/fido/downloads
+Author: Adam Farquhar, 2010
+Maintainer: Maurice de Rooij, 2011
+FIDO uses the UK National Archives (TNA) PRONOM File Format descriptions. PRONOM is available from www.tna.gov.uk/pronom.
Installation
------------
@@ -63,25 +62,15 @@ Any platform
(or use the big Downloads button on http://github.com/openplanets/fido)
2. Unzip into some directory
3. Open a command shell, cd to the directory that you placed the zip contents into
-4. python setup.py install
- On the Mac, this places the fido.sh executable somewhere useful:
- sudo python setup.py install --install-scripts=/usr/local/bin
-5. You should now be able to see the help text:
+4. You should now be able to see the help text:
python -m fido.fido -h
If you are lucky, you may also be able to run with
fido.sh -h
-Windows
-1. Download the latest msi release from http://github.com/openplanets/fido/downloads
- (or use the big Downloads button on http://github.com/openplanets/fido)
-2. Double click
-3. Open a comnand shell. You should now be able to run fido:
- python -m fido.fido -h
-
Dependencies
------------
-Fido 0.7 and later will run on Python 2.6 or Python 2.7 with no other dependencies.
+Fido 0.9.6 and later will run on Python 2.6 or Python 2.7 with no other dependencies.
Format Definitions
------------------
View
224 data/adamfarquhar/format_extensions.xml
@@ -1,224 +0,0 @@
-<?xml version="1.0"?>
-<formats xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" version="0.2" xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation="fido-formats.xsd">
- <format>
- <puid>fido-fmt/189.word</puid>
- <name>Microsoft Office Open XML - Word</name>
- <extension>docx</extension>
- <has_priority_over>x-fmt/263</has_priority_over>
- <has_priority_over>fmt/189</has_priority_over>
- <signature>
- <name>Microsoft Office Open XML - Word</name>
- <pattern>
- <position>BOF</position>
- <regex>(?s)\APK\x03\x04</regex>
- </pattern>
- <pattern>
- <position>BOF</position>
- <regex>(?s)\A.{30}\[Content_Types\]\.xml \xa2</regex>
- </pattern>
- <pattern>
- <position>EOF</position>
- <regex>(?s)\x00\x00word/.{1,20}\.xmlPK\x01\x02\x2d.{0,2000}\Z</regex>
- </pattern>
- </signature>
- </format>
- <format>
- <puid>fido-fmt/189.xl</puid>
- <name>Microsoft Office Open XML - Excel</name>
- <extension>xlsx</extension>
- <has_priority_over>x-fmt/263</has_priority_over>
- <has_priority_over>fmt/189</has_priority_over>
- <signature>
- <name>Microsoft Office Open XML - Excel</name>
- <pattern>
- <position>BOF</position>
- <regex>(?s)\APK\x03\x04</regex>
- </pattern>
- <pattern>
- <position>BOF</position>
- <regex>(?s)\A.{30}\[Content_Types\]\.xml \xa2</regex>
- </pattern>
- <pattern>
- <position>EOF</position>
- <regex>(?s)\x00xl/.{1,20}\.xmlPK\x01\x02\x2d.{0,2000}\Z</regex>
- </pattern>
- </signature>
- </format>
- <format>
- <puid>fido-fmt/189.ppt</puid>
- <name>Microsoft Office Open XML - Powerpoint</name>
- <extension>pptx</extension>
- <has_priority_over>x-fmt/263</has_priority_over>
- <has_priority_over>fmt/189</has_priority_over>
- <signature>
- <name>Microsoft Office Open XML - Powerpoint</name>
- <pattern>
- <position>BOF</position>
- <regex>(?s)\APK\x03\x04</regex>
- </pattern>
- <pattern>
- <position>BOF</position>
- <regex>(?s)\A.{30}\[Content_Types\]\.xml \xa2</regex>
- </pattern>
- <pattern>
- <position>EOF</position>
- <!-- ppt/presentation.xml might be better, but it can be far from the end. -->
- <regex>(?s)\x00ppt/.{1,20}\.xmlPK\x01\x02\x2d.{0,2000}\Z</regex>
- </pattern>
- </signature>
- </format>
- <format>
- <mime>audio/mpeg</mime>
- <puid>fmt/134</puid>
- <name>MPEG 1/2 Audio Layer 3 - fido update</name>
- <pronom_id>687</pronom_id>
- <extension>mp3</extension>
- <signature>
- <name>MPEG-1/2 Audio Layer 3</name>
- <note>The pronom signatures for fmt/134 were horrendous. This is an attempt to consolidate several
- nearly identical patterns into one. It is not clear if they should be BOF or EOF or both.
- Regularly-spaced frame headers should always be discoverable near EOF. An ID3v1
- tag of up to 355 bytes may be present at EOF.</note>
- <pattern>
- <position>EOF</position>
- <regex>(?s)\xff[\xfa\xfb\xf2\xf3][\x10-\xeb].{46,1439}\xff[\xfa\xfb\xf2\xf3][\x10-\xeb].{46,1439}\Z</regex>
- </pattern>
- <pattern>
- <position>BOF</position>
- <pronom_pattern>494433</pronom_pattern>
- <regex>(?s)\AID3</regex>
- </pattern>
- </signature>
- </format>
- <format>
- <mime>video/quicktime</mime>
- <puid>fido-x-fmt/384</puid>
- <name>Quicktime</name>
- <extension>mov</extension>
- <signature>
- <name>QuickTime</name>
- <note>Simple addition to cover the case in the fido test suite. Needs research to correct and merge with x-fmt/384</note>
- <pattern>
- <position>BOF</position>
- <regex>(?s)\A\x00{3} ftypqt.{0,25}qt.{0,20}moov.{4}mvhd</regex>
- </pattern>
- </signature>
- </format>
- <format>
- <puid>fmt/40</puid>
- <mime>application/msword</mime>
- <name>Microsoft Word for Windows Document</name>
- <pronom_id>690</pronom_id>
- <extension>doc</extension>
- <has_priority_over>fmt/111</has_priority_over>
- <signature>
- <name>Microsoft Word for Windows 97 - 2002</name>
- <note>2010.12 - AF: Some of my test files do not have 8.0, but 97-2003.</note>
- <note>Compound document header + WordDocument user stream + version number</note>
- <pattern>
- <position>BOF</position>
- <pronom_pattern>D0CF11E0A1B11AE1{20}FEFF</pronom_pattern>
- <regex>(?s)\A\xd0\xcf\x11\xe0\xa1\xb1\x1a\xe1.{20}\xfe\xff</regex>
- </pattern>
- <pattern>
- <position>VAR</position>
- <pronom_pattern>57006F007200640044006F00630075006D0065006E007400{42}02(00|01)</pronom_pattern>
- <regex>(?s)W\x00o\x00r\x00d\x00D\x00o\x00c\x00u\x00m\x00e\x00n\x00t\x00.{42}\x02(?:\x00|\x01)</regex>
- </pattern>
- <pattern>
- <position>VAR</position>
- <pronom_pattern>4D6963726F736F667420576F7264(20382E30|20392E30|2031302E30|2D446F6B756D656E74)</pronom_pattern>
- <regex>(?s)Microsoft (?:Office Word|Word)(?: 8\.0| 9\.0| 10\.0|-Dokument| 97-2003)</regex>
- </pattern>
- </signature>
- </format>
- <!-- RTF -->
- <format>
- <puid>fmt/45</puid>
- <mime>application/rtf</mime>
- <mime>text/rtf</mime>
- <name>Rich Text Format</name>
- <pronom_id>626</pronom_id>
- <extension>rtf</extension>
- <signature>
- <name>RTF 1.0 - 1.4 (generic)</name>
- <note>Pronom has FIVE RTF formats (fmt/45-49) with identical patterns that don't match my sample.</note>
- <pattern>
- <position>BOF</position>
- <pronom_pattern>7B5C7274(66|6631)5C(616E7369|6D6163|7063|706361)</pronom_pattern>
- <regex>(?s)\A\{\\rt(?:f|f1)\\(?:adeflang1025|ansi|mac|pc|pca)</regex>
- </pattern>
- </signature>
- </format>
- <format>
- <puid>fmt/46</puid>
- <mime>application/rtf</mime>
- <mime>text/rtf</mime>
- <name>Rich Text Format</name>
- <pronom_id>627</pronom_id>
- <extension>rtf</extension>
- <signature>
- <name>RTF 1.0 - 1.4 (generic)</name>
- <note>\rtf control word</note>
- <pattern>
- <position>BOF</position>
- <pronom_pattern>7B5C7274(66|6631)5C(616E7369|6D6163|7063|706361)</pronom_pattern>
- <!-- HACK. This should fail any non-empty buffer. All of the RTF signatures have the same pattern.
- This version of fido does not have a 'delete' method.
- -->
- <regex>\A\Z</regex>
- </pattern>
- </signature>
- </format>
- <format>
- <puid>fmt/47</puid>
- <mime>application/rtf</mime>
- <mime>text/rtf</mime>
- <name>Rich Text Format</name>
- <pronom_id>628</pronom_id>
- <extension>rtf</extension>
- <signature>
- <name>RTF 1.0 - 1.4 (generic)</name>
- <note>\rtf control word</note>
- <pattern>
- <position>BOF</position>
- <pronom_pattern>7B5C7274(66|6631)5C(616E7369|6D6163|7063|706361)</pronom_pattern>
- <regex>\A\Z</regex>
- </pattern>
- </signature>
- </format>
- <format>
- <puid>fmt/48</puid>
- <mime>application/rtf</mime>
- <mime>text/rtf</mime>
- <name>Rich Text Format</name>
- <pronom_id>629</pronom_id>
- <extension>rtf</extension>
- <signature>
- <name>RTF 1.0 - 1.4 (generic)</name>
- <note>\rtf control word</note>
- <pattern>
- <position>BOF</position>
- <pronom_pattern>7B5C7274(66|6631)5C(616E7369|6D6163|7063|706361)</pronom_pattern>
- <regex>\A\Z</regex>
- </pattern>
- </signature>
- </format>
- <format>
- <puid>fmt/49</puid>
- <mime>application/rtf</mime>
- <mime>text/rtf</mime>
- <name>Rich Text Format</name>
- <pronom_id>630</pronom_id>
- <extension>rtf</extension>
- <signature>
- <name>RTF 1.0 - 1.4 (generic)</name>
- <note>\rtf control word</note>
- <pattern>
- <position>BOF</position>
- <pronom_pattern>7B5C7274(66|6631)5C(616E7369|6D6163|7063|706361)</pronom_pattern>
- <regex>\A\Z</regex>
- </pattern>
- </signature>
- </format>
-</formats>
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87 data/anjackson/format.png-1.0.xml
@@ -1,87 +0,0 @@
-<?xml version='1.0' encoding='UTF-8'?>
-<formats version="0.3" xmlns:dc="http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/" xmlns:dcterms="http://purl.org/dc/terms/" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation="https://github.com/openplanets/fido/raw/master/fido/conf/fido-formats.xsd fido-formats.xsd">
- <format>
- <puid>fmt/11</puid>
- <mime>image/png</mime>
- <name>Portable Network Graphics</name>
- <version>1.0</version>
- <alias>PNG (1.0)</alias>
- <pronom_id>664</pronom_id>
- <extension>png</extension>
- <apple_uti>public.png</apple_uti>
- <signature>
- <name>PNG 1.0</name>
- <note>Signature + IHDR chunk at BOF, IEND chunk at EOF</note>
- <pattern>
- <position>BOF</position>
- <pronom_pattern>89504E470D0A1A0A0000000D49484452</pronom_pattern>
- <regex>(?s)\A\x89PNG\r\n\x1a\n\x00\x00\x00\rIHDR</regex>
- </pattern>
- <pattern>
- <position>EOF</position>
- <pronom_pattern>0000000049454E44AE426082</pronom_pattern>
- <regex>(?s)\x00\x00\x00\x00IEND\xaeB`\x82\Z</regex>
- </pattern>
- </signature>
- <details>
- <dc:description>Portable Network Graphics (PNG, pronounced 'ping') is a bitmapped image format and video codec that employs lossless data compression.</dc:description>
- <dcterms:available>07 March 1995</dcterms:available>
- <dc:creator>The PNG Development Group</dc:creator>
- <dcterms:publisher />
- <!-- These two refer to the family of PNG formats, and track the latest developments, so it's not clear where they belong.
- http://www.w3.org/Graphics/PNG/
- ISO/IEC 15948:2003 (E)
- Also, it's not really clear which version to refer to. The W3C publication? The MIT one(s)?
- -->
- <content_type>bitmap</content_type>
- <reference>
- <type>specification</type>
- <dc:title>Portable Network Graphics (PNG) Specification, version 1.0 (RFC 2083)</dc:title>
- <dc:creator>The PNG Development Group</dc:creator>
- <dcterms:created>07 March 1995</dcterms:created>
- <dc:identifier>http://www.libpng.org/pub/png/spec/1.0/</dc:identifier>
- <dc:identifier>http://www.mirrorservice.org/sites/www.libpng.org/pub/png/spec/1.0/PNG-Contents.html</dc:identifier>
- <dc:identifier>http://www.mirrorservice.org/sites/www.libpng.org/pub/png/spec/1.0/png-1.0-w3c-single.html.gz</dc:identifier>
- <dc:identifier>http://www.mirrorservice.org/sites/www.libpng.org/pub/png/spec/1.0/png-1.0.pdf</dc:identifier>
- <dc:description>This is the original specification for the Portable Network Graphics image format. This version was superseded by version 1.1 on 31 December 1998.</dc:description>
- <dc:type>Authoritative</dc:type>
- <dcterms:license>http://www.opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php</dcterms:license>
- <dcterms:rightsHolder>Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)</dcterms:rightsHolder>
- </reference>
- <example_file>
- <dc:title>nurbcup2si.png</dc:title>
- <dc:description>W3C PNG 1.0 reference file: Indexed color (palette) image. It is interlaced, so suitable software can give a progressive display.</dc:description>
- <dc:identifier>file:///./format.png-1.0/nurbcup2si.png</dc:identifier>
- <dc:identifier>http://www.w3.org/Graphics/PNG/nurbcup2si.png</dc:identifier>
- <dc:source>http://www.w3.org/Graphics/PNG/Inline-img.html</dc:source>
- <dcterms:license>http://www.w3.org/Consortium/Legal/2002/copyright-documents-20021231</dcterms:license>
- <dc:rightsHolder>W3C World Wide Web Consortium</dc:rightsHolder>
- <checksum type="md5">de63d66c9f2d8cdcee1f46a07c1aae14</checksum>
- </example_file>
- <example_file>
- <dc:title>666.png</dc:title>
- <dc:description>W3C PNG 1.0 reference file: Large truecolor image generated by a raytracer - a visualisation of a 6 by 6 by 6 color cube in CIE LUV color space.</dc:description>
- <dc:identifier>file:///./format.png-1.0/666.png</dc:identifier>
- <dc:identifier>http://www.w3.org/Graphics/PNG/666.png</dc:identifier>
- <dc:source>http://www.w3.org/Graphics/PNG/Inline-img.html</dc:source>
- <dcterms:license>http://www.w3.org/Consortium/Legal/2002/copyright-documents-20021231</dcterms:license>
- <dc:rightsHolder>W3C World Wide Web Consortium</dc:rightsHolder>
- <checksum type="md5">40e7e3a69be4582b6241f8542e3453c8</checksum>
- </example_file>
- <example_file>
- <dc:identifier>file:///./this.txt</dc:identifier>
- <dc:rights>To the extent possible under law, Andrew Jackson has waived all copyright and related or neighbouring rights to this example file.</dc:rights>
- <dcterms:license>http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/</dcterms:license>
- <checksum type="md5">XXXXXX</checksum>
- </example_file>
- <record_metadata>
- <status>unknown</status>
- <dc:creator>Digital Preservation Department / The National Archives</dc:creator>
- <dcterms:created>11 Mar 2005</dcterms:created>
- <dcterms:modified>02 Aug 2005</dcterms:modified>
- <dc:description />
- </record_metadata>
- </details>
- </format>
-</formats>
-
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@@ -1,94 +0,0 @@
-<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
-<formats xmlns:dc="http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/" xmlns:dcterms="http://purl.org/dc/terms/" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" version="0.3" xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation="fido-formats.xsd">
- <format>
- <puid>fmt/10</puid>
- <mime>image/tiff</mime>
- <name>Tagged Image File Format</name>
- <version>6</version>
- <alias>TIFF (6)</alias>
- <pronom_id>612</pronom_id>
- <extension>tiff</extension>
- <extension>tif</extension>
- <apple_uti>public.tiff</apple_uti>
- <signature>
- <name>TIFF generic (little-endian)</name>
- <note>Header</note>
- <pattern>
- <position>BOF</position>
- <pronom_pattern>49492A00</pronom_pattern>
- <regex>(?s)\AII\*\x00</regex>
- </pattern>
- </signature>
- <signature>
- <name>TIFF generic (big-endian)</name>
- <note>Header</note>
- <pattern>
- <position>BOF</position>
- <pronom_pattern>4D4D002A</pronom_pattern>
- <regex>(?s)\AMM\x00\*</regex>
- </pattern>
- </signature>
- <details>
- <dc:description>The Tagged Image File Format (TIFF) is a raster image format originally developed by the Aldus Corporation, primarily for use in scanning and desk-top publishing. When Adobe Systems Incorporated purchased Aldus in 1994, they acquired the rights to the TIFF format and have maintained it since then. TIFF files comprise three sections: an Image File Header (IFH), an Image File Directory (IFD), and the image data. TIFF files can contain multiple images (multi-page TIFF), and each image has a separate IFD. The IFH always appears at the beginning of the file, and is immediately followed by a pointer to the first IFD. The IFD contains metadata which describes the associated image, stored as a series of tags. The IFD also contains a pointer to the actual image data. TIFF 6.0 supports colour depths from 1 bit to 24 bit (e.g. monochrome to true colour), and a wide range of compression types (RLE, LZW, CCITT Group 3 and Group 4, and JPEG), as well as uncompressed data.</dc:description>
- <dcterms:available>03 Jun 1992</dcterms:available>
- <dc:creator>Aldus Corporation</dc:creator>
- <dcterms:publisher>Aldus Corporation</dcterms:publisher>
- <is_supertype_of>795</is_supertype_of>
- <is_supertype_of>796</is_supertype_of>
- <is_supertype_of>797</is_supertype_of>
- <is_supertype_of>799</is_supertype_of>
- <content_type>Image (Raster)</content_type>
- <reference>
- <dc:title>TIFF Revision 6.0</dc:title>
- <dc:creator>Adobe Systems Incorporated</dc:creator>
- <dc:publisher>Adobe Systems Incorporated</dc:publisher>
- <dcterms:available>03 Jun 1992</dcterms:available>
- <dc:identifier>http://partners.adobe.com/public/developer/en/tiff/TIFF6.pdf</dc:identifier>
- <dc:description/>
- <dc:type>Authoritative</dc:type>
- <dcterms:license>Public</dcterms:license>
- <dc:rights/>
- </reference>
- <reference>
- <dc:title>TIFF Technical Note #2 (draft)</dc:title>
- <dc:creator>Adobe Systems Incorporated</dc:creator>
- <dc:publisher>Adobe Systems Incorporated</dc:publisher>
- <dcterms:available>01 Jan 1995</dcterms:available>
- <dc:identifier>http://www.remotesensing.org/libtiff/TIFFTechNote2.html</dc:identifier>
- <dc:description>The implementation of JPEG compression described in Revision 6.0 is flawed: a revised design was issued as TIFF Technical Note #2, which should be followed instead.</dc:description>
- <dc:type>Authoritative</dc:type>
- <dcterms:license>Public</dcterms:license>
- <dc:rights/>
- </reference>
- <reference>
- <dc:title>Adobe PageMaker 6.0: TIFF Technical Notes</dc:title>
- <dc:creator>Adobe Systems Incorporated</dc:creator>
- <dc:publisher>Adobe Systems Incorporated</dc:publisher>
- <dcterms:available>01 Jan 1995</dcterms:available>
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