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Jeffrey Hayes Anderson

NAME

normalizer - transform strings into a normal form

SYNOPSIS

normalizer [options]

 Options:
   --file       file
   --value      value
   --type       business, address, city, state, zip, phone or title
   --config     business_stem, address_stop, etc.
   --help       list usage for methods and parameters
   --man        print man page
   --version    show module path and version

OPTIONS

--value

The value to transform.

  --value="The The"
  -v "The "the"
--file

Text file containing one value per line.

  --file=values.txt
  -f values.txt
--type

The type of value: business, address, city, state, zip, phone or title. Defaults to business.

  --type=address
  -t address
--config

Multiple key=value pairs. Override data found in Config types by specifying your own paths:

  --config business_stem=/path/to/my_stem.txt --config address_stop=/path/to/my_stop.txt
  -c business_stem=/path/to/my_stem.txt -c address_stop=/path/to/my_stop.txt

Overrides any values found in custom config file: $ENV{HOME}/.normalizer.ini

See String::Normal for full list of config keys.

--help

Shows synopsis and exits.

--man

Prints the manual page and exits.

--version

Prints the versions of the core modules used.

CONFIG

This tool will check for the presence of a config file with the location/name $ENV{HOME}/.normalizer.ini Here you may specify the paths to your custom data files which will override data found in Config classes, one pair per line:

  business_stem /path/to/my_business_stem.txt
  business_stop /path/to/my_business_stop.txt
  # etc.

These values will be checked first, and any --config command line args will override them.

See String::Normal for full list of config keys.

EXAMPLES

  normalizer --value="Jones's & Sons Bakeries" --type=business

  # business is the default type
  normalizer --value="Jones's & Sons Bakeries"

  normalizer --value="123 Main Street" --type=address

  ls -1 | normalizer --type=title --file=-

SEE ALSO

String::Normal

The engine behind this script.

AUTHOR

Jeff Anderson, <jeffa at cpan.org>

LICENSE AND COPYRIGHT

Copyright 2017 Jeff Anderson.

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