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Latest revision as of 23:39, 20 February 2020



Provides both a GUI and a command-line interface for packaging files and uploading them to remote repositories.
Homepage:https://aptrust.github.io/dart-docs/
License:TBC
Platforms:Windows/Mac/Linux


[edit] Description

DART is the Digital Archivist's Resource Tool. Its primary purpose is to package digital materials and send them off to long-term preservation storage. DART's initial release focuses on packaging materials in BagIt format and uploading them to S3 buckets for ingest in APTrust. DART can be extended through plugins to produce other packaging formats and to communicated via additional network protocols. DART runs in both graphical and command-line modes on Windows, Mac, and Linux.


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Contributors

Andy Jackson (100.0%)