ocfl-py - A Python implementation of OCFL
ocfl-py is a Python reference implementation of the Oxford Common File Layout (OCFL). It also provides a number of command-line tools that may be useful for validating and manipulating OCFL Objects and OCFL Storage Roots. The code attempts to follow the current Draft OCFL specification v1.1 while retaining support for v1.0. See implementation status for errors and warnings for details of validator support.
This code requires Python 3.
This code attempts to support the OCFL specifications v1.1 draft and v1.0. To get the most up to date version check out the main branch from github.
I hope to keep a fairly current version on PyPI, which can be installed or upgraded with:
pip install –upgrade ocfl-py
The latest version is in the main branch on github.
There should then be four command-line scripts available:
- ocfl-validate.py - validate OCFL objects, OCFL storage roots or standalone OCFL inventory files
- ocfl-object.py - build, manipulate, extract from or validate an OCFL object
- ocfl-store.py - add or access OCFL objects under an OCFL storage root
- ocfl-sidecar.py - update OCFL inventory sidecar file (useful for manually building examples and test cases)
Each script takes -h for help.
See examples in docs folder for use of these scripts.
The code is also available as a module ocfl for other python code to use.
Bug reports welcome as github issues.
See CONTRIBUTING.md for guidelines for contributing.
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