Vitali Peil
and 3 contributors

NAME

Catmandu::Importer::RIS - a RIS importer

SYNOPSIS

Command line interface:

  catmandu convert RIS < input.txt

  # Use the --human option to translate RIS tags into human readable strings
  catmandu convert RIS --human 1 < input.txt

  # Provide a comma separated mapping file to translate RIS tags
  catmandu convert RIS --human mappings/my_tags.txt < input.txt

In Perl code:

  use Catmandu::Importer::RIS;

  my $importer = Catmandu::Importer::RIS->new(file => "/foo/bar.txt");

  my $n = $importer->each(sub {
    my $hashref = $_[0];
    # ...
  });

CONFIGURATION

sep_char

Set a field separator

human

If set to 1, then RIS tries to translate tags into human readable strings. If set to a file name, then RIS will read the file as a comma delimited lists of tag/string translations. E.g.

    catmandu convert RIS --human mappings/my_tags.txt < input.txt

where mappings/my_tags.txt like:

    A2,Secondary-Author 
    A3,Tertiary-Author 
    A4,Subsidiary-Author 
    AB,Abstract 
    AD,Author-Address 
    AF,Notes
    .
    .
    .

METHODS

new(file => $filename, fh => $fh , fix => [...])

Create a new RIS importer for $filename. Use STDIN when no filename is given.

The constructor inherits the fix parameter from Catmandu::Fixable. When given, then any fix or fix script will be applied to imported items.

count

each(&callback)

...

Every Catmandu::Importer is a Catmandu::Iterable all its methods are inherited.

SEE ALSO

Catmandu::Iterable