ReDIF-perl package, including rech and rr.pm
AbstractThis package contains the ReDIF parser and the data checking script rech. The ReDIF parser is a set of Perl modules that allow to create ReDIF data processing tools easy (at least it was the aim). Rech is a checking and error-reporting tool for making sure your data is valid.
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Bibliographic InfoSoftware component provided by RePEc Team in its series RePEc scripts with number redif-perl.
Date of creation: Sep 1999
Date of revision: 06 Jun 2002
Note: The package contains a README file with installation instructions and other related information, and it contains the Perl modules and the scripts and a version of the redif.spec file.
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