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I've used python because I can make a compiled version of it. This can be
valuable both on linux and windows. On linux, there always a built-in python
in there if you are using redhat linux. you only have to execute a command
from shell like this $ python polGenSQL.py somemarc.txt
Then this will create a file phpmylibrary.sql which can be exported into
your database which has phpmylibrary installed.
On the other hand if a windows user doesn't have python installed. They can
execute the file polGenSQL.exe, I compiled it using py2exe. Windows user
will only make a command like this polGenSQL somemarc.txt and it will be
converted to phpmylibrary.sql
About reservation module. Please download the version 2.0.1 as this have a
sample data with accession numbers, and reservation demo.
If you have found any bugs in it please do email me so that we can correct
>I test phpmylibrary for our school-library.
>How do I reserve a book???
>Is ist possible to loan a book with your program?
>Btw: Why python? I just have perl on my linux-box.....
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