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Feature Request: $siegfried -update -deluxe #103

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ross-spencer opened this Issue Jul 26, 2017 · 3 comments

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ross-spencer commented Jul 26, 2017

Is there potential to have an -update option that also delivers Tika/Freedesktop signatures? I'd find this very useful for educating folk about alternatives to DROID.

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Hmmm... yes that's a nice idea can do.

Perhaps offer a few flavours: PRONOM, tika, freedesktop, LOC or the triple threat (PRONOM-tika-loc) which I already publish & use for the "Try Siegfried" service?

No need to do this with another flag, could do like sf -update tika or sf -update loc or sf -update pronom-tika-loc.

Effect of this command would be to overwrite default.sig (so your default.sig might no longer be PRONOM).

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richardlehane commented Jul 26, 2017

Hmmm... yes that's a nice idea can do.

Perhaps offer a few flavours: PRONOM, tika, freedesktop, LOC or the triple threat (PRONOM-tika-loc) which I already publish & use for the "Try Siegfried" service?

No need to do this with another flag, could do like sf -update tika or sf -update loc or sf -update pronom-tika-loc.

Effect of this command would be to overwrite default.sig (so your default.sig might no longer be PRONOM).

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Hey Ross,
this is in sf 1.7.5 & available now. Details of implementation are in this bit of the changelog...

sf -update flag can now be used to download/update non-PRONOM signatures. Options are "loc", "tika", "freedesktop", "pronom-tika-loc", "deluxe" and "archivematica". To update a non-PRONOM signature, include the signature name as an argument after the flags e.g. sf -update freedesktop. This command will overwrite 'default.sig' (the default signature file that sf loads). You can preserve your default signature file by providing an alternative -sig target e.g. sf -sig notdefault.sig -update loc. If you use one of the signature options as a filename (with or without a .sig extension), you can omit the signature argument i.e. sf -update -sig loc.sig is equivalent to sf -sig loc.sig -update loc.

I'll update the docs (wiki and homepage) shortly
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richardlehane commented Aug 13, 2017

Hey Ross,
this is in sf 1.7.5 & available now. Details of implementation are in this bit of the changelog...

sf -update flag can now be used to download/update non-PRONOM signatures. Options are "loc", "tika", "freedesktop", "pronom-tika-loc", "deluxe" and "archivematica". To update a non-PRONOM signature, include the signature name as an argument after the flags e.g. sf -update freedesktop. This command will overwrite 'default.sig' (the default signature file that sf loads). You can preserve your default signature file by providing an alternative -sig target e.g. sf -sig notdefault.sig -update loc. If you use one of the signature options as a filename (with or without a .sig extension), you can omit the signature argument i.e. sf -update -sig loc.sig is equivalent to sf -sig loc.sig -update loc.

I'll update the docs (wiki and homepage) shortly
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