Mark Veltzer

NAME - create a report about a collection of images in XML.


Copyright (C) 2001, 2002 Mark Veltzer; All rights reserved.


This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

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        PROJECT: meta
        VERSION: 0.01

SYNOPSIS [options]


This script receives as input a directory containing a collection of images and creates an XML report of the collection which includes number of images in every set and its name. This is very close to a recursive directory listing but in XML without mention of each image. The report ignores files which have unknown suffixes.


directory (type: dire, default: .)

in what directory should I work ?

verbose (type: bool, default: 1)

noisy or quiet ?

help (type: bool, default: 0)

display help message

pod (type: bool, default: 0)

display pod options snipplet

man (type: bool, default: 0)

display manual page

quit (type: bool, default: 0)

quit without doing anything

gtk (type: bool, default: 0)

run a gtk ui to get the parameters

license (type: bool, default: 0)

show license and exit

show copyright and exit

description (type: bool, default: 0)

show description and exit

history (type: bool, default: 0)

show history and exit

no free arguments are allowed




        Name: Mark Veltzer
        CPAN id: VELTZER


        0.00 MV move tests to modules
        0.01 MV md5 issues


Meta::Utils::File::Iterator(3), Meta::Utils::Opts::Opts(3), Meta::Utils::System(3), strict(3)