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DateTue Jun 7 01:07:11 2011
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> 1. Re: [Fwd: (Possible) fix to PagedImagePlugin's processing of
> unicode in XML item files] (Greenstone Team)
> 2. With attachment - Re: [Fwd: (Possible) fix to
> PagedImagePlugin (Greenstone Team)
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>Message: 1
>Date: Thu, 02 Jun 2011 18:25:42 +1200
>From: Greenstone Team <greenstone_team@cs.waikato.ac.nz>
>Subject: [greenstone-users] Re: [Fwd: (Possible) fix to
>PagedImagePlugin's processing of unicode in XML item files]
>To: Yitzchak Schaffer <yitzchak.schaffer@gmx.com>,
>greenstone-users@list.scms.waikato.ac.nz, Anupama of Greenstone
Team
><greenstone_team@cs.waikato.ac.nz>
>Message-ID: <4DE72CE6.6090609@cs.waikato.ac.nz>
>Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed
>
>Hello Yitzchak,
>
>Thanks for writing back.
>
>There's a bit of a mystery going on now. Please have a look at the
>attached image of what I have produced. Note that I am using the
>Greenstone 2 Paged Image Collection tutorial and modified an xml
item
>file of the tutorial's Niupepa collection by pasting in the metadata
>from your .item file.
>
>The images remained the same as those of the Niupepa collection, so
the
>images referenced in the <Page> elements in the item file (which are
>nested inside <PageGroup> element in the Niupepa collection) remain
>those of the tutorial also. I have therefore only changed the
metadata.
>
>The results are as in the screenshot attached: the left-hand side
shows
>the doc.xml, while the right-hand side top shows the greenstone
>collection page displaying the title in Hebrew (in the duplicated
item
>at the bottom, the top 2 items are from some older test data sent by
>another person on the mailing list). The screen capture also shows a
bit
>from GLI's enrich pane. I've got GLI's font set to Microsoft's Arial
>Unicode, so the Hebrew characters are able to be displayed.
>
>Is there anything I am doing that is fundamentally different from
the
>way your collection works? I know I don't have your document content
>here, instead my doc.xml uses the Niupepa content. However, the
metadata
>I borrowed from your item file does look decent for me even after
>processing.
>
>Were you saving your item files as UTF-8 on your machine?
>- I saved them here as UTF-8 with BOM, ysing Windows' Notepad, which
>always inserts the BOM even for UTF-8
>- and I also tried saving them as UTF-8 without BOM, something which
>Notepad++ makes possible.
>In both cases, the Hebrew metadata seems to have been preserved for
me
>once it passed through GLI.
>
>I can't think of anything else that may differ between our set-ups.
If
>the above-described solution of ensuring the item file got saved in
>UTF-8 was already the case with you, would you create a test
collection
>with just 1 of your item files (the one you sent), but reduce its
image
>references to 1 or 2 images, and add in the matching couple of
images
>files into your collection as well. If building that collection
fails
>again in the manner you described, will you zip its import folder up
and
>send it to me? Because things seem to be working as hoped in my
>approximated collection here, but it may not properly capture the
>complexity of your collection.
>
>Thanks for your persistence in helping to track down this issue,
>Anupama
>
>
>Yitzchak Schaffer wrote:
>> On 2011-05-19 01:32, Greenstone Team wrote:
>>> I've updated PagedImagePlugin.pm once more since yesterday, with
an
>>> additional correction. Can you please download the latest version
from
>>> http://trac.greenstone.
org/browser/main/trunk/greenstone2/perllib/plugins/PagedImagePlugin.pm?
format=txt
>>>
>>>
>>> to try it out? The instructions are in my previous email to you,
which I
>>> have copied below and which, it turns out, I forgot to send to
Peter
>>> last night.
>>>
>>> Write back if there's any further issues,
>>> Anupama
>>>
>>
>> Hi Anupama,
>>
>> Sorry it's taken time to test this; had a deadline on another
project.
>>
>> We're still getting no love in the metadata encoding. I am
attaching
>> our .item file, as well as the doc.xml output from import.pl using
the
>> PagedImagePlugin.pm from trunk.
>>
>> Thank you!
>>
>
>
>
>
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>
>Message: 2
>Date: Thu, 02 Jun 2011 18:32:28 +1200
>From: Greenstone Team <greenstone_team@cs.waikato.ac.nz>
>Subject: [greenstone-users] With attachment - Re: [Fwd: (Possible)
fix
>toPagedImagePlugin
>To: Yitzchak Schaffer <yitzchak.schaffer@gmx.com>, Anupama of
>Greenstone Team <greenstone_team@cs.waikato.ac.nz>,
>greenstone-users@list.scms.waikato.ac.nz
>Message-ID: <4DE72E7C.5040805@cs.waikato.ac.nz>
>Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"
>
>Ignore my previous message. It repeats most of what's below, but
didn't
>have the
>attachment I promised to send along.
>
>
>Hello Yitzchak,
>
>Thanks for writing back.
>
>There's a bit of a mystery going on now. Please have a look at the
>attached image of what I have produced in my attempts here (it's a
jpeg
>saved at 75% quality, but I think it should still be viewable as the
>image dimensions are quite large). Note that I am using the
Greenstone 2
>Paged Image Collection tutorial and modified an xml item file of the
>tutorial's Niupepa collection by pasting in the metadata from your .
item
>file.
>
>The images remained the same as those of the Niupepa collection, so
the
>images referenced in the <Page> elements in the item file (which are
>nested inside <PageGroup> element in the Niupepa collection) remain
>those of the tutorial also. I have therefore only changed the
metadata.
>
>The results are as in the screenshot attached: the left-hand side
shows
>the doc.xml, while the right-hand side top shows the greenstone
>collection page displaying the title in Hebrew (in the duplicated
item
>at the bottom, the top 2 items are from some older test data sent by
>another person on the mailing list). The screen capture also shows a
bit
>from GLI's enrich pane. I've got GLI's font set to Microsoft's Arial
>Unicode, so the Hebrew characters are able to be displayed.
>
>Is there anything I am doing that is fundamentally different from
the
>way your collection works? I know I don't have your document content
>here, instead my doc.xml uses the Niupepa content. However, the
metadata
>I borrowed from your item file does look decent for me even after
>processing.
>
>Were you saving your item files as UTF-8 on your machine?
>- I saved them here as UTF-8 with BOM, ysing Windows' Notepad, which
>always inserts the BOM even for UTF-8
>- and I also tried saving them as UTF-8 without BOM, something which
>Notepad++ makes possible.
>In both cases, the Hebrew metadata seems to have been preserved for
me
>once it passed through GLI.
>
>I can't think of anything else that may differ between our set-ups.
If
>the above-described solution of ensuring the item file got saved in
>UTF-8 was already the case with you, would you create a test
collection
>with just 1 of your item files (the one you sent), but reduce its
image
>references to 1 or 2 images, and add in the matching couple of
images
>files into your collection as well. If building that collection
fails
>again in the manner you described, will you zip its import folder up
and
>send it to me? Because things seem to be working as hoped in my
>approximated collection here, but it may not properly capture the
>complexity of your collection.
>
>Thanks for your persistence in helping to track down this issue,
>Anupama
>
>
>Yitzchak Schaffer wrote:
>> On 2011-05-19 01:32, Greenstone Team wrote:
>>> I've updated PagedImagePlugin.pm once more since yesterday, with
an
>>> additional correction. Can you please download the latest version
from
>>> http://trac.greenstone.
org/browser/main/trunk/greenstone2/perllib/plugins/PagedImagePlugin.pm?
format=txt
>>>
>>>
>>> to try it out? The instructions are in my previous email to you,
which I
>>> have copied below and which, it turns out, I forgot to send to
Peter
>>> last night.
>>>
>>> Write back if there's any further issues,
>>> Anupama
>>>
>>
>> Hi Anupama,
>>
>> Sorry it's taken time to test this; had a deadline on another
project.
>>
>> We're still getting no love in the metadata encoding. I am
attaching
>> our .item file, as well as the doc.xml output from import.pl using
the
>> PagedImagePlugin.pm from trunk.
>>
>> Thank you!
>>
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