On Jun 6, 2015, at 1:26 PM, Sebastian Rahtz <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> There are two shell scripts at https://github.com/textcreationpartnership/Texts,
> graball.sh and cloneall.sh. The first just hoovers up the XML files, the second
> clones each repository from Github.
> I would recommend keeping up with changes “”properly” by using Git, if you’re a resupplier,
> as then you’ll get corrections. For example, a few days ago I changed all the ECCO files so that
> the page image pointers go to Jisc Historical Books, not Chadwick-Healey (well, you see,
> C-H dont have those images……)
> My colleagues in the Bodleian (not “Boolean”, mr apple autocorrect) Libraries
> make the collection available with a DOI of 10.5287/bodleian:s4655j198
I will look more closely at: 1) regularly getting the .sh scripts, and 2) running them on a regular basis to keep my data up-to-date. Thank you. github++ On the other hand, the edits alluded to make its sound as if I won’t be able to get the cool scanned page images because I do not have access to the JISC Historical Books. —Eric M.