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{{Infobox_tool
|purpose=GUI application to  facilitate the creation and verification of [[BagIt]] bags.
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|purpose=GUI application to  facilitate the creation and verification of BagIt bags.
|homepage=https://github.com/LibraryOfCongress/bagger
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|homepage=http://sourceforge.net/projects/loc-xferutils/files/loc-bagger/
 
|license=Open License, but relies on several Apache based and GNU licensed components.
 
|license=Open License, but relies on several Apache based and GNU licensed components.
|function=Fixity, Transfer
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{{Infobox tool details
 
|ohloh_id=Bagger
 
 
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[[Category:Fixity]]
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= Description =
 
= Description =
The [[BagIt]] specification is a hierarchical file packaging format for the creation of standardised digital containers called &#39;bags,&#39; which are used for storing and transferring digital content. Derived from work by the Library of Congress and the California Digital Library, a bag consists of a &lsquo;payload&rsquo; - the digital content - and &lsquo;tags&#39; - metadata files to document the storage and transfer of the bag. There are a number of [http://sourceforge.net/projects/loc-xferutils/ Bagit-specific tools] to ease bag creation, including the BagIt Library, a Java-based software library to support the creation, manipulation, and validation of bags. For those less comfortable with command-line interface, the Bagger application provides a graphical user interface to the BagIt Library.
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The BagIt specification is a hierarchical file packaging format for the creation of standardised digital containers called &#39;bags,&#39; which are used for storing and transferring digital content. Derived from work by the Library of Congress and the California Digital Library, a bag consists of a &lsquo;payload&rsquo; - the digital content - and &lsquo;tags&#39; - metadata files to document the storage and transfer of the bag. There are a number of [http://sourceforge.net/projects/loc-xferutils/ Bagit-specific tools] to ease bag creation, including the BagIt Library, a Java-based software library to support the creation, manipulation, and validation of bags. For those less comfortable with command-line interface, the Bagger application provides a graphical user interface to the BagIt Library.
 
====Provider====
 
====Provider====
 
The United States Library of Congress, and the National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program (NDIIPP)
 
The United States Library of Congress, and the National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program (NDIIPP)
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= Development Activity =
 
= Development Activity =
  
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=== Activity Feed===
=== Activity Feed===
 
 
Link to any RSS feed that is updated when issue or code updates occur, if any, e.g:
 
Link to any RSS feed that is updated when issue or code updates occur, if any, e.g:
 
<rss max=7>https://github.com/LibraryOfCongress/bagger/commits/master.atom</rss>
 
<rss max=7>https://github.com/LibraryOfCongress/bagger/commits/master.atom</rss>
  
 
=== Release Feed ===
 
=== Release Feed ===

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