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Commit e0802aad authored by Andreas Wagner's avatar Andreas Wagner
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Fix leftovers.

parent 4f28e47f
......@@ -24,7 +24,7 @@ Note that, since the XPath library that this software uses only supports basic X
There are several ways of obtaining the software. It is not necessary to install it in a particular place, it just needs to find a configuration file (see below) and have sufficient privileges to bind to the port specified in the config. So, if you have it installed and configured, just call `t2zd` and that's it.
1. The default way of getting the software is downloading an asset on the [releases page](-/releases). There are precompiled binaries zipped together with a configuration template on that page.
1. The default way of getting the software is downloading an asset on the [releases page](https://gitlab.gwdg.de/rg-mpg-de/tei2zenodo/-/releases). There are precompiled binaries zipped together with a configuration template on that page.
2. The package is maintained as a [Go](https://golang.org/) repository, so if you have Go installed, you can use it to compile and install the software in one single step: with the command `go get -u gitlab.gwdg.de/rg-mpg-de/tei2zenodo`. This will put the executable in the `$GOPATH/bin` directory, so that, on a standard Go installation, it can be found automatically from whatever directory you're in. (I recommend to put the configuration file in a `.t2z` subdirectory of your home directory. *Note: I will have to figure out how this recommendation should be formulated on windows/mac systems.*)
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......@@ -17,8 +17,8 @@
"host": "https://api.github.com",
"token": "aBcDeFgHiJkLmNoPqRsTuVwXyZ",
"secret": "ThIs_iS_NoT_ReAlLy_a_sMaRt_sEcReT!!",
"user": "digicademy",
"repo": "digicademy/svsal",
"user": "octocat",
"repo": "octocat/hello-world",
"commit_phrase": "",
"commit_dontpublish_phrase": "test"
},
......@@ -64,7 +64,7 @@
},
{
"field": "description",
"xexpression": "string('Work published in the context of the School of Salamanca project.')"
"xexpression": "string('One of the seminal works published in the context of the project XYZ.')"
},
{
"field": "access_right",
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