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don't version build.properties any more, instead version build.properties.in and use it to create build.properties on the users computer as needed. This makes it harder to accidentally check in a personalised copy of build.properties into the repository and makes 'svn st' easier to read

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1#### properties file for Greenstone3 building using ANT. See the README for more
2#### information
3
4## java compilation properties - for javac
5#Should compilation include the debug option?
6compile.debug=true
7#Should compilation include the deprecation option?
8compile.deprecation=true
9#Should compilation include the optimize option?
10compile.optimize=true
11
12## windows c++ compilation
13# The following property does not help in build.xml.
14# The user needs to run Visual Studio's vcvars32.bat script from the
15# MSDOS prompt before compiling Greenstone3 (before "ant prepare install")
16#compile.windows.c++.setup=C:/Program Files/Microsoft Visual Studio/VC98/Bin/VCVARS32.BAT
17
18## Tomcat installation
19#Set this to the internet/intranet name of the machine that Tomcat is/will be run on. localhost is fine for accessing the server from the local machine, but not remotely
20tomcat.server=localhost
21# The port number that tomcat is/will be run on
22tomcat.port=8080
23# Tomcat's shutdown port - this may need to be changed if you are running two or more Tomcats
24tomcat.shutdown.port=8005
25# If tomcat is already running, enter the path to the base directory here
26tomcat.installed.path=
27#uncomment the following if you have moved the greenstone3 web directory to tomcats webapps dir
28#web.home=${tomcat.installed.path}/webapps/greenstone3
29
30## Collection building options
31# uncomment if you don't want to have collection building enabled
32#disable.collection.building=true
33
34## Greenstone 3 server program options
35# does running the server automatically start up Tomcat and a browser
36server.auto.start=false
37# default servlet to start with
38server.default.servlet=/library
39
40##Browser setup
41browser.path=
42
43## Proxy setup - Greenstone installation will attempt to download extra packages. Set the proxy information here if you are behind a firewall.
44# The proxy server name
45proxy.host=
46# The proxy server port
47proxy.port=
48# A user name to use when talking to the proxy server (optional, will prompt if not entered here)
49proxy.user=
50# A password to use when talking to the proxy server (optional, will prompt if not entered here)
51proxy.password=
52
53# Not all unix systems (for example MacOS) come with GDBM pre-installed
54# To keep things simple, instruct Greenstone3 to download a GDBM tar file
55# configure and install it. The location used by default is within the
56# Greenstone3 src/packages area
57install.gdbm=true
58gdbm.installed.path=${gdbm.home}
59
60##Flax stuff##
61##uncomment if you want to install flax
62#install.flax=true
63flax.checkout.path=${flax.svn.root}/flax1.0/branches/flax1.0-branch
64
65##Web services related constants##
66base.webservice.name=SOAPServer
67##listing and description of all the web services deployable on GS3##
68web.services.list=${base.webservice.name} for Greenstone3's core web services, QBR${base.webservice.name} for Query, Browse and Retrieve services
Note: See TracBrowser for help on using the browser.