Commit b7b39bb7 authored by Justin Reid's avatar Justin Reid
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Cleaned up stray elements in README

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## Useage
```bash
ncmltransform.py --in_netcdf <nc_file_path> --xsl_file <xsl_file_path> [--out_path <out_path>, default=<user's home>]
ncmltransform.py --in_netcdf <nc_file_path> --xsl_file <xsl_file_path> [--out_path <out_path>, default=<user home>]
```
## Build Steps
In order to fully install the utility you will either need root privileges or set up a *virtualenv*. Otherwise in order
to run the tool you will need to type `python` and then the path to the *ncmltransform.py* script. The intended install
to run the tool you will need to type `python` and then the path to the **ncmltransform.py** script. The intended install
steps are as follows:
1. Clone this repository from GitLab
......@@ -21,5 +21,5 @@ This creates a virtualenv directory named `<venv_name>` and from there use the s
source `<path to venv_name>/bin/activate`. This activates the virtualenv and makes you able to install python modules
in your own user account without affecting the global environment, or requiring root privileges.
3. run `python setup.py nosetests --all-modules`. This runs the unit testing suite and sees if there are any issues.
4. run `setup.py install" to install the utility`. The utility can now be called from the command line without the need
4. run `setup.py install` to install the utility. The utility can now be called from the command line without the need
to type `python`, but the *.py* extension will still be there.
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