|author||Christian Grothoff <email@example.com>||2011-12-25 21:16:11 +0000|
|committer||Christian Grothoff <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2011-12-25 21:16:11 +0000|
-remove code for keyword caonicalization/normalization, makes no sense in international application, normalization methods are questionable to begin with
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diff --git a/doc/man/gnunet-publish.1 b/doc/man/gnunet-publish.1
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@@ -10,7 +10,7 @@ In order to share files with other GNUnet users, the files must first be made av
In order to start sharing files, the files must be added either using gnunet\-publish or a graphical interface such as gnunet\-gtk. The command line tool gnunet\-publish is more useful if many files are supposed to be added. gnunet\-publish can automatically publish batches of files, recursively publish directories, create directories that can be browsed within GNUnet and publish file lists in a namespace. When run on a directory, gnunet\-publish will always recursively publish all of the files in the directory.
-gnunet\-publish can automatically extract keywords from the files that are shared. Users that want to download files from GNUnet use keywords to search for the appropriate content. You can disable keyword extraction with the \-D option. You can manually add keywords using the \-k option. The keywords are case\-sensitive. (However, keyword normalization can also be used.)
+gnunet\-publish can automatically extract keywords from the files that are shared. Users that want to download files from GNUnet use keywords to search for the appropriate content. You can disable keyword extraction with the \-D option. You can manually add keywords using the \-k option. The keywords are case\-sensitive.
You can use automatic meta\-data extraction (based on libextractor) or the command\-line option \-m to specify meta-data. For the \-m option you need to use the form keyword\-type:value. For example, use "\-m os:Linux" to specify that the operating system is Linux. Common meta\-data types are "author name", "title" , "mimetype", "filename", "language", "subject" and "keywords". A full list can be obtained from the extract tool using the option \-\-list. The meta\-data is used to help users in searching for files on the network.