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https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/tosdr/_2x3OUnFTJI/v5Vd4JVRuPQJ In order to examine the existing tosback2 rules, I wrote some quick
python bits. I though I'd share them here, in case anyone else finds
import xml.etree.ElementTree as et
#change to tosback2/rules directory
#list of document names
b=sum([[x.attrib['name'] for x in et.parse(y).getroot()] for y in
os.listdir('.') if '.xml' in y],)
#document names, sorted by frequency
c=list(set(zip(map(b.count,b),b))); c.sort(); c
#print files with parsing errors
for y in os.listdir('.'):
except Exception, e: print y, e
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