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1#Strings for translation:
2These need to be translated into French, Spanish, Russian, except where indicated.
4bibtext-e._text1_:Apart from the standard plugins, this collection uses <i>BibTexPlugin</i>,
5which processes references in the BibTeX format (well known to computer
6scientists). Two options have been set for BibTexPlugin:
7<i>-OIDtype assigned -OIDmetadata Number</i>. This means the metadata
8element \"Number\" will be used as the record identifier, instead of
9Greenstone's default hash identifiers. These options are available for
10all plugins.\n
12bibtext-e._text2_:This groups 200 documents together into a single archive file.
13bibtext-e._text3_:The <i>buildtype</i> option shows that the default search engine <i>mgpp</i> is
14used. The <i>indexes</i> line specifies indexes for \"text\", and \"metadata\". In this case, \"text\" will be the original BibTeX record. \"metadata\" is a special keyword signifying that an index should be built for any metadata item found in the collection.
16bibtex-3._text4_:An additional keyword, \"allfields\", could also be used in the <i>indexers</i> line, specifying that combined searching over all indexes should be available.
18The <i>levels</i> lines specifies only document level, as bibliographic records don't have internal structure.
20#russian only
21bibtex-e._text5_:Fielded searching, with a form-based interface, is selected by <i>format SearchTypes \"form,plain\"
22</i> in the configuration file. In fact, a plain textual full-text search
23index is included in this collection as well (since <i>form</i> comes first,
24it is the default interface; you reach the <i>plain</i> search through
25the <i>Preferences</i> page).\n
27bibtex-supp-e._text1_:The \"documented-examples/\" parts of the collection names are necessary
28because these collections reside in the \"documented-examples\" collection
29group subfolder in the collect directory.\n
31wrdpdf-e._text1_:If you encounter these problems, you
32can either remove the offending documents from your collection, or try using
33some of the advanced plugin options to process the documents in different ways.
34For more information, see the Enhanced PDf and Word tutorials on the 
35<a href=\'\'>Greenstone wiki</a>.
37# the following string has only changed a little, so have put the original strings hee too.
38isis-e._text1_:These databases have several files, but ISISPlugin uses just three: CDS.fdt (where CDS is the name of the database), containing the field names used in the database, CDF.xrf (a cross-reference file), and CDS.mst, containing the actual records. Whenever ISISPlugin encounters an \".mst\" file, it looks for the corresponding \".fdt\" and \".xrf\" files.
39isis-e._text1_ [l=fr] Ces bases de données ont plusieurs fichiers, mais ISISPlugin en utilise seulement deux: CDS.fdt (où CDS est le nom de la base de données) contenant les noms de champ utilisés dans la base de données, et CDS.mst qui contient les enregistrements. A chaque fois que ISISPlugin rencontre un fichier \".mst\", il cherche le fichier \".fdt\" correspondant.
40isis-e._text1_ [l=es] Estas bases de datos contienen varios archivos, pero ISISPlugin solo utiliza dos: CDS.fdt (donde CDS es el nombre de la base de datos), el cual contiene los nombres de los campos usados en la base de datos, y CDS.mst, el cual contiene los registros. Cada vez que ISISPlugin encuentra un archivo \".mst\", busca el archivo \".fdt\" correspondiente.
41isis-e._text1_ [l=ru] ЭтО базы ЎаММых ÑÐŸÑÑ‚Пят Оз МескПлькОх Ñ„айлПв, МП плагОМ ISISPlugin ОспПльзует тПлькП Ўва: CDS.fdt , (гЎе CDS -- ОЌя базы ЎаММых ), сПЎержащОй ОЌеМа пПлей, ОспПльзуеЌых Ð² базе ЎаММых, О CDS.mst, сПЎержащОй фактОческОе запОсО. ВсякОй раз, кПгЎа ISISPlugin сталкОвается с файлПЌ \".mst\" ПМ Ощет Ўля МегП сППтветствующОй файл \".fdt\".
42isis-e._text2_:The <i>-OIDtype incremental</i> plugin option was used to give identifiers
43that are consistent across different operating systems (which may not happen with HASH identifiers), so that we can link to a document in
44this description.
45authen-e._text1_:The <a href=\"_httpcollection_/etc/collect.cfg\" target=collect.cfg>collection
46configuration file</a> is exactly the same as for the original demo collection apart from the authentication directives, one plugin option (and this description).
47authen-e._text1_[l=fr] Ce <a href=\"_httpcollection_/etc/collect.cfg\"
48target=collect.cfg>fichier de configuration de collection</a> est
49exactement le même que celui de la collection de démonstration originale
50sauf pour les directives d'authentification (et cette description).
51authen-e._text1_[l=es] El <a href=\"_httpcollection_/etc/collect.cfg\" target=collect.cfg>archivo de configuración</a> es exactamente el mismo que el de la demo original salvo las directivas para la autenticación (y su descripción).
52authen-e._text1_[l=ru]<a href=\"_httpcollection_/etc/collect.cfg\" target=collect.cfg>Ѐайл кПМфОгурацОО кПллекцОО</a> тПчМП такПй же как О в ПрОгОМальМПй ЎеЌП кПллекцОО крПЌе ЎОректОв аутеМтОфОкацОО (О ЎаММПгП ПпОсаМОя).
54authen-e._text2_:In this case, we have used the <i>-OIDtype dirname</i> option to HTMLPlugin,
55which specifies that directory names should be used as identifiers. This works
56for collections where each document is in a separate directory. We have used
57this option to ensure that identifiers remain the same across different
58platforms (which may not be the case for HASH identifiers), as we need to
59specify identifiers here for the authentication directives.
61#russian only
62dls-e._text1_:The DLS collection is fairly complex.
64dls-e._text2_:this text is part of it
66marc-e._text1_:The <i>dc.Title</i> classifier is an AZList, while the other two are AZCompactList, which groups items with the same metadata into a bookshelf. The <i>-removesuffix</i> argument for the <i>Title</i> and <i>Creator</i>
67classifiers removes suffixes from the metadata string (<i>dc.Title</i> and
68<i>dc.Creator</i> respectively).
70marc-e._text2_:The <i>VList</i> format statement controls the display of search results and all classifiers. For bookshelves, the number of leaf documents is displayed on the right-hand side. For documents, <i>dc.Title</i> is displayed, along with <i>dc.Creator</i> and <i>dc.Publisher</i>. <i>[sibling:dc.Creator]</i> is used as dc.Creator has multiple values, and specifies that all values be output, not just the first one.
72marc-e._text3_:Multiple MARC fields may map to a single Dublin Core field.
73For example, fields 720 (\"Uncontrolled name\"), 100 (\"Personal name\"),
74110 (\"Corporate name\") and  111 (\"Meeting name\") all map to
75<i>dc.Creator</i>. Actual MARC records normally
76define only one of these fields, and anyway Greenstone allows
77multi-valued metadata.\n
79Some mappings are dependent on subfields. For example, MARC field 260 contains
80information about publication and distribution. Subfields \"c\" (Date of Publication) and \"g\" (Date of manufacture) are mapped to <i>dc.Date</i>, using the following mapping line:
82260$c$g     -&gt; dc.Date
85Greenstone also provides a file for mapping MARC to <b>qualified</b> dublin core: <a href=\"_httpprefix_/etc/marc2qdc.txt\" target=marc2qdc>greenstone/etc/marc2qdc.txt</a>. This can be used by the MARC plugin by setting the <i>-metadata_mapping_file</i> option to \"marc2qdc.txt\".
89The entire description (and collection meta)  needs translating into chinese and arabic if possible for all collections.
91pagedimg-e, style-e, wiki-e have no translations yet, so entire thing needs to be done for fr, es, ru.
93pagedimg-e has strings in that need translating.
95the two strings in the top level (group) etc/collect.cfg also need translating.
97In particular to check translations: bibtex-e in russian.
99collections I have done (I think):
102bibtex-e & bibtex-supp-e
112don't send off the others yet!!
114I haven't checked all colls yet for search meta using _labeltext_.
115You probably won't have time either...
119Next installment:
121gsarch-e._text1_:This is a collection of email messages
122from the Greenstone mailing list archives, from November/December, 2008.
123gsarch-e._text2_:In this case, there is a file per month per mailing list, and each file contains many email messages.
124gsarch-e._text3_:The <i>Email</i>
125plugin splits these into individual documents, and produces <i>Title</i>,
126<i>Subject</i>, <i>From</i>, <i>FromName</i>, <i>FromAddr</i>,
127<i>Date</i>, <i>DateText</i>, <i>InReplyTo</i>, and optionally <i>Headers</i>, metadata.
128gsarch-e._text3_ [l=fr]Le plugin <i>E-mail</i> les éclate en documents individuels et produit les méta-données
129<i>Title</i>, <i>Subject</i>, <i>Headers</i>, <i>From</i>, <i>FromName</i>, <i>FromAddr</i>, <i>Date</i> et <i>DateText</i>.
131gsarch-e._text3_ [l=es] El plugin <i>Email</i> los divide en documentos individuales y produce metadatos de <i>Título, Asunto, Encabezados, Remitente, Nombre del Remitente, Dirección del Remitente, Fecha y Texto de la Fecha (Title, Subject, Headers, From, FromName, FromAddr, Date y DateText</i>, respectivamente).
132gsarch-e._text3_ [l=ru] ПлагОМ Еmail разбОвает Ох ÐœÐ° ОМЎОвОЎуальМые ЎПкуЌеМты О сПзЎает ЌетаЎаММые: <i>НазваМОе (Title), ПреЎЌет (Subject), ЗагПлПвкО (Headers), От (from), ИЌя ПтправОтеля (FromName), АЎрес ПтправОтеля (FromAddr), Дата (Date)</i> О <i>DateText</i>.
133gsarch-e._text4_:Otherwise the node\'s label starts with the
134<i>Subject</i> which links to the document, then gives <i>FromName</i> metadata, with a link to \"Search by Sender\", followed by the <i>DateText</i>.
136document nodes the <i>FromName</i>, with a link to \"Search By Sender\", <i>Subject</i> (linked to the document), and <i>DateText</i> metadata is
138gsarch-e._text6_:Finally, the document text is formatted to show the header fields (<i>FromName</i>, <i>DateText</i>, <i>Subject</i>, <i>InReplyTo</i>), followed by
139the message text (written as <i>[Text]</i> in the format statement). FromName is linked to a search on that name, while InReplyTo links to the email message that it refers to.
141collections I have done:
144## next installment
146dls._text3_:Note that setting \"public\" to \"false\" only removes it from the home page; it will still be accessible in the library to anyone that knows the URL (a=p&p=about&c=coll-shortname).
148dls._text4_:The \"plugin\" lines in the
149<a href=\"_httpcollection_/etc/collect.cfg\" target=collect.cfg>configuration file</a>
150give the plugins used by the collection.
151dls._text4_ [l=fr] Le troisiÚme bloc de lignes dans le <a href=\"_httpcollection_/etc/collect.cfg\" target=collect.cfg>fichier de configuration</a> donne les plugins utilisés par cette collection.
152dls._text4_ [l=es] El tercer bloque de líneas en el <a href=\"_httpcollection_/etc/collect.cfg\" target=collect.cfg>archivo de configuración</a> proporciona los plugins que usa esta colección.
153dls._text4_ [l=ru] ТретОй блПк стрПк в кПМфОгурацОПММПЌ файле преЎставляет плагОМы, ОспПльзуеЌые кПллекцОей.
155dls._text5_: For example, this book has two dls.Subject classifications.
157dls._text6_:The second classifier provides access by title. It is also a <i>Hierarchy</i> classifier, this time based on
158<i>dls.AZList</i> metadata, whose hierarchy is defined in <a href=\"_httpcollection_/etc/dls.Title.txt\" target=text>dls.AZList.txt</a>. This file is discussed below.
160#russian only
161dls._text7_:The third provides access by organization: it is a <i>List</i> classifier based on <i>dls.Organization</i> metadata.
163dls._text8_:The <i>-bookshelf_type always</i> option creates a new bookshelf for each organization, even if only one document belongs to that category.
165dls._text9_:The fourth provides access by \"Howto\" text: it is a <i>List</i> classifier based on <i>dls.Keyword</i> metadata. The <i>-bookshelf_type never</i> option prevents bookshelves being created even if two documents share the same keywords.
167dls._text10_:The lines beginning with <i>format</i>, called \"format statements\", govern how various parts of the collection should be displayed. The <i>VList</i> format statement applies to lists of items displayed vertically, such as the lists of titles, subjects and organisations, and the table of contents for the target documents. It is overridden for the search results list by the <i>SearchVList</i> format statement, and also for the <i>Howto</i> classifier by the <i>CL4VList</i> statement (CL4 specifies the fourth classifier).
169dls._text11_:The <i>DocumentText</i> statement governs how the document text is formatted,
170with <i>Title</i> metadata ([<i>Title</i>]) in HTML &lt;<i>h3</i>&gt; format
171followed by the text of the document [<i>Text</i>]. Setting the <i>DocumentImages</i> format statement to <i>true</i> ensures that cover images are shown with each document. The <i>DocumentButtons</i> statement calls for the <i>Expand
172Text, Expand Contents, Detach</i> and <i>Highlight</i> buttons to be shown with each document.
174dls._text12_:Hierarchy files contain a
175succession of lines each of which has three items. The first item is a text string which is matched against the metadata that occurs in the <i>metadata.xml</i> file described above. The second item is a number that defines the position in the hierarchy. The third item is a text string that describes the node of the hierarchy on the web pages that Greenstone generates.
177dls._text13_:For example, the following shows three lines from the subject hierarchy file <a href=\"_httpcollection_/etc/dls.Subject.txt\" target=text>dls.Subject.txt</a>.
179dls._text14_:These three lines define one top level bookshelf (at position 7), titled \"Animal Husbandry and Animal Product Processing\", with two bookshelves underneath it, titled \"Cattle\" and \"Other animals (micro-livestock, little known animals, silkworms, reptiles, frogs, snails, game, etc.)\" respectively.
181dls._text15_:In this case, the first strings (and therefore the entries in metadata.xml files) contain the entire hierarchy values. Levels in the hierarchy are separated by \"|\". They could be used directly by a <i>Hierarchy</i> classifier without the use of the hierarchy file. However, then the entries would be ordered alphabetically, not in the special order defined by the file.
183dls._text16_:The <a href=\"_httpcollection_/etc/dls.AZList.txt\" target=text>dls.AZList.txt</a> hierarchy file used by the titles classifier contains a similar structure. Ordinarily, a titles browser would use a <i>List</i> (or <i>AZList</i>) classifier. In this case, we want to predefine the A-Z groupings, and include a separate entry for periodicals, as can be seen <a href=\"_gwcgi_?l=_cgiargl_&c=_cgiargc_&a=d&cl=CL2.7\">here</a>.
185image-e._text1_:The images in this collection have been produced by members of the Department of Computer Science, University of Waikato.
186The University of Waikato holds copyright. They may be distributed freely, without any restrictions.
189oai._text1_:Besides the four standard plugins (GreenstoneXMLPlugin, MetadataXMLPlugin, ArchivesInfPlugin and DirectoryPlugin),
190the configuration file specifies the OAI plugin, which processes OAI
191metadata, and the image plugin, because in this case the collection\'s source
192documents are image files.
194oai._text2_:Extracted metadata from OAI records are mapped to Dublin Core Metadata Set by default.
195As a result, classifiers and indexes in this collection are built with Dublin meatadata elements.
197# for russian only, to check and update
198МПжМП уЎОвляться, чтП <i>AZCompactList</i> ОспПльзуется вЌестП  <i>AZList</i> также Ўля ОМЎекса <i>ОпОсаМОя</i> (<i>dc.Description</i>), пПтПЌу чтП ЌетаЎаММые <i>ОпОсаМОя</i> ПбычМП уМОкальМы Ўля кажЎПгП ОзПбражеМОя. ОЎМакП в ЎаММПй кПллекцОО ПЎМП О тП же ПпОсаМОе ОМПгЎа ЎавалПсь МескПлькОЌ ОзПбражеМОяЌ, О МекПтПрые Оз разЎелПв <i>AZList</i> сПЎержат бПльшПе чОслП ОзПбражеМОй, заЌеЎляя переЎачу этПй страМОцы. ЧтПбы Озбежать этПгП, ОспПльзуется кПЌпактМая версОя спОска с ряЎПЌ параЌетрПв (<i>mincompact, maxcompact, mingroup, minnesting</i>), чтПбы управлять пПказПЌ. Так, группы, преЎставлеММые кМОжМыЌО пПлкаЌО, Ме сфПрЌОруются ЎП тех Ð¿ÐŸÑ€, пПка ПМО Ме буЎут ОЌеть пП крайМей Ќере 5 элеЌеМтПв (<i>mingroup</i>). ЧтПбы узМать зМачеМОя ЎругОх Ð¿Ð°Ñ€Ð°ÐŒÐµÑ‚рПв Ўля этПгП классОфОкатПра, выпПлМОте кПЌаМЎу <i> AZCompactList</i>. ПрПграЌЌы <i>classinfo</i>.pl (Ўля классОфОкатПрПв) О <i></i> (Ўля плагОМПв) являются пПлезМыЌО ОМструЌеМтаЌО, кПгЎа МаЎП узМать П вПзЌПжМПстях ÐŒÐŸÐŽÑƒÐ»ÐµÐ¹ Greenstone. ОбратОте кстатО вМОЌаМОе Ма ПбратМый слеш в кПМфОгурацОПММПЌ файле, ОспПльзуеЌый Ўля указаМОя Ма прПЎПлжеМОе преЎыЎущей стрПкО.
201oai._text3_:Greenstone's OAI server currently supports Dublin Core, qualified Dublin Core and rfc1807 metadata sets. The <i>oaimetadata</i> line specifies which sets should be used. For collections that use other metadata sets,
202metadata mapping rules should be provided to map the existing metadata
203to the sets in use. See the <i>oai.cfg</i> file for details.\n
205oai._text4_:The <a href=\"_httpcollection_/etc/collect.cfg\" target=collect.cfg>collection
206configuration file</a> has a single full-text index containing
207<i>dc.Description</i> metadata. When a document is displayed, the
208<i>DocumentHeading</i> format statement puts out its <i>dc.Subject</i>. Then the
209<i>DocumentText</i> statement follows this with <i>screenicon</i>, which is
210produced by <i>ImagePlugin</i> and gives a screen-resolution version of the
211image; it is hyperlinked to the <i>dc.OrigURL</i> metadata -- that is, the original
212version of the image on the remote OAI site. This is followed by the image\'s
213<i>dc.Description</i>, also with a hyperlink; the image\'s size and type, again
214generated as metadata by <i>ImagePlugin</i>; and then <i>dc.Subject</i>,
216and <i>dc.Rights</i> metadata.
217<a href=_gwcgi_?l=_cgiargl_&a=d&c=_cgiargc_&cl=search&d=_sampleoid_>This</a>
218is the result.\n
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