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Added conversion options to README.

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@@ -2,12 +2,12 @@ usage: fido.py [-h] [-v] [-q] [-recurse] [-zip] [-input INPUT]
[-useformats INCLUDEPUIDS] [-nouseformats EXCLUDEPUIDS]
[-extension] [-matchprintf FORMATSTRING]
[-nomatchprintf FORMATSTRING] [-bufsize BUFSIZE] [-show SHOW]
- [-loadformats XML1,...,XMLn] [-confdir CONFDIR] [-convert]
- [-source SOURCE] [-target TARGET]
+ [-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 useformats of digital objects. It is designed for simple
+to identify the file formats of digital objects. It is designed for simple
integration into automated work-flows.
positional arguments:
@@ -24,10 +24,10 @@ optional arguments:
-input INPUT file containing a list of files to check, one per
line. - means stdin
-useformats INCLUDEPUIDS
- comma separated string of useformats to use in
+ comma separated string of formats to use in
identification
-nouseformats EXCLUDEPUIDS
- comma separated string of useformats not to use in
+ comma separated string of formats not to use in
identification
-extension use file extensions if the patterns fail. May return
many matches.
@@ -43,6 +43,7 @@ optional arguments:
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
@@ -87,7 +88,7 @@ Format Definitions
By default, Fido loads format information from two files conf/formats.xml
and conf/format_extensions.xml. Addition format files can be specified using
-the -xmlformats command line argument. They should use the same syntax as
+the -loadformats command line argument. They should use the same syntax as
conf/format_extensions.xml. If more than one format file needs to be specified,
then they should be comma separated as with the -formats argument.

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