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2######################################################################
3#
4# Language text and icon macros
5# -- this file contains text that is of less importance
6######################################################################
7
8
9######################################################################
10# 'home' page
11package home
12######################################################################
13
14#------------------------------------------------------------
15# text macros
16#------------------------------------------------------------
17
18_documents_ { documents. }
19_lastupdate_ {Last updated}
20_ago_ {days ago.}
21_colnotbuilt_ {Collection not built.}
22
23_aimofsoftware_{The aim of the software is to empower users, particularly in
24universities, libraries, and other public service institutions, to
25build their own digital libraries.  Digital libraries are radically
26reforming how information is disseminated and acquired in UNESCO's
27partner communities and institutions in the fields of education,
28science and culture around the world, and particularly in developing
29countries.  We hope that this software will encourage the effective
30deployment of digital libraries to share information and place it in
31the public domain.}
32
33_softwaredevel_{This software is developed and distributed as an international
34cooperative effort established in August 2000 among three parties.}
35
36_nzdltitle_{New Zealand Digital Library Project at the University of Waikato}
37
38_nzdldescr_{Greenstone software grew out of this project, and this initiative
39has been endorsed by the Communication Sub-Commission of the New
40Zealand National Commission for UNESCO as part of New Zealand's
41contribution to UNESCO's programme.}
42
43_unescotitle_{United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization}
44
45_unescodescr_{The dissemination of educational, scientific and cultural
46information throughout the world, and particularly its availability in developing
47countries, is central to UNESCO's goals as pursued within its
48intergovernmental Information for All Programme, and appropriate,
49accessible information and communication technology is seen as an important
50tool in this context.}
51
52_humaninfotitle_{The Human Info NGO, based in Antwerp, Belgium}
53_humaninfodescr_{This project works with UN agencies and other NGOs, and has established
54a worldwide reputation for digitizing documentation of interest to
55human development and making it widely available, free of charge to
56developing nations and on a cost-recovery basis to others.}
57
58_textdescrselcol_ {select a collection}
59
60
61######################################################################
62# home help page
63package homehelp
64######################################################################
65
66
67#------------------------------------------------------------
68# text macros
69#------------------------------------------------------------
70
71_text4buts_ {There are four further buttons on the home page}
72
73_textnocollections_ {
74<p>There are currently no collections available to this Greenstone installation.
75To add some collections you may either
76<ul><li>Use <a href="_httppagecollector_">The Collector</a> to build new collections
77    <li>If you have a Greenstone cd-rom you may install collections from cd-rom
78</ul>
79}
80
81_text1coll_ {This Greenstone installation contains 1 collection}
82
83_textmorecolls_ {This Greenstone installation contains _1_ collections}
84
85######################################################################
86# external link package
87package extlink
88######################################################################
89
90
91#------------------------------------------------------------
92# text macros
93#------------------------------------------------------------
94
95_textextlink_ {External Link}
96_textlinknotfound_ {Internal Link not Found}
97
98_textextlinkcontent_ {The link you have selected is external to any of your currently selected collections.
99    If you still wish to view this link and your browser has access to
100    the Web, you can <a href="_nexturl_" onClick="follow\_escaped\_link(event, this.href)">go forward</a> to this page; otherwise
101    use your browser's "back" button to return to the previous document.}
102
103_textlinknotfoundcontent_ {For reasons beyond our control, the internal link you have selected
104    does not exist.  This is probably due to an error in the source collection.
105    Use your browsers "back" button to return to the previous document.}
106
107# should have arguments of collection, collectionname and link
108_foundintcontent_ {
109
110<h3>Link to "_2_" collection</h3>
111
112<p> The link you have selected is external to the "_collectionname_"
113    collection (it links to the "_2_" collection).
114    If you wish to view this link in the "_2_" collection you can
115    <a href="_httpdoc_&amp;c=_1_&amp;cl=_cgiargclUrlsafe_&amp;d=_3_">go forward</a> to this page;
116    otherwise use your browser's "back" button to return to the previous document.
117}
118
119
120######################################################################
121# authentication page
122package authen
123######################################################################
124
125
126#------------------------------------------------------------
127# text macros
128#------------------------------------------------------------
129
130_textGSDLtitle_ {Greenstone Digital Library}
131
132_textusername_ {username}
133_textpassword_ {password}
134
135_textmustbelongtogroup_ {Note that you must belong to the "_cgiargugHtmlsafe_" group to access this page}
136
137_textmessageinvalid_ {The page you have requested requires you to sign in.<br>
138_If_(_cgiargug_,[_textmustbelongtogroup_]<br>)
139Please enter your Greenstone username and password.}
140
141_textmessagefailed_ {Either your username or password was incorrect.}
142
143_textmessagedisabled_ {Sorry, your account has been disabled. Please contact
144the webmaster for this site.}
145
146_textmessagepermissiondenied_ {Sorry, you do not have permission to access this page.}
147
148_textmessagestalekey_ {The link you have followed is now stale.
149Please enter your password to access this page.}
150
151
152
153######################################################################
154# collectoraction
155package wizard
156
157_textbild_ {Build collection}
158_textbildsuc_ {Collection built successfully.}
159_textviewbildsummary_ {
160You may <a href="_httppagex_(bsummary)" target=_top>view the build
161summary</a> of this collection for further details.
162}
163_textview_ {View collection}
164
165_textbild1_ {
166The collection is now being built: this might take some time. The building
167status line below gives feedback on how the operation is progressing.
168}
169
170_textbild2_ {
171To stop the building process at any time, click here.
172<br>The collection you are working on will remain unchanged.
173}
174
175_textstopbuild_ {stop building}
176
177_textbild3_ {
178If you leave this page (and have not cancelled the building process with
179the "stop building" button) the collection will continue to build and will
180be installed upon successful completion.
181}
182
183_textbuildcancelled_ {Build cancelled}
184
185_textbildcancel1_ {
186The collection building process was cancelled. Use the yellow buttons below
187to make changes to your collection or restart the building process.
188}
189
190_textbsupdate1_ {Building status update in 1 second}
191_textbsupdate2_ {Building status update in}
192_textseconds_ {seconds}
193
194_textfailmsg11_ {
195The collection could not be built as it contains no data. Make sure that at
196least one of the directories or files you specified on the <i>source
197data</i> page exists and is of a type or (in the case of a directory)
198contains files of a type, that Greenstone can process.
199}
200
201_textfailmsg21_ {The collection could not be built (import.pl failed).}
202_textfailmsg31_ {The collection could not be built (buildcol.pl failed).}
203_textfailmsg41_ {The collection was built successfully but could not be installed.}
204_textfailmsg71_ {An unexpected error occurred while attempting to build your collection}
205
206
207_textblcont_ {The build log contains the following information:}
208
209######################################################################
210# collectoraction
211package collector
212######################################################################
213
214
215
216#------------------------------------------------------------
217# text macros
218#------------------------------------------------------------
219
220_textdefaultstructure_ {default structure}
221_textmore_ {more}
222_textinfo_ {Collection information}
223_textsrce_ {Source data}
224_textconf_ {Configure collection}
225_textdel_ {Delete collection}
226_textexpt_ {Export collection}
227
228_textdownloadingfiles_ {Downloading files ...}
229_textimportingcollection_ {Importing collection ...}
230_textbuildingcollection_ {Building collection ...}
231_textcreatingcollection_ {creating collection ...}
232
233_textcollectorblurb_ {
234<i>The pen is mightier than the sword!
235<br>Building and distributing information collections carries responsibilities
236that you may want to reflect on before you begin.
237There are legal issues of copyright: being able to access documents doesn't
238mean you can necessarily give them to others.
239There are social issues:  collections should respect the customs of the
240community out of which the documents arise.
241And there are ethical issues: some things simply should not be made
242available to others.
243<br>Be sensitive to the power of information and use it wisely.
244</i>
245}
246
247_textcb1_ {
248The Collector helps you to create new collections, modify or add to
249existing ones, or delete collections.  To do this you will be guided through a
250sequence of Web pages which request the information that is needed.
251}
252
253_textcb2_ {First, you must decide whether to}
254_textcnc_ {create a new collection}
255_textwec_ {work with an existing one, adding data to it or deleting it.}
256
257_textcb3_ {
258In order to build or modify digital library collections you must sign in.
259This is to protect you from others logging in to your computer and altering
260the information on it.  Note: for security reasons you will be
261automatically logged out once a 30 minute period has elapsed since you
262logged in.  If this happens, don't worry! -- you will be invited to log in
263again and can continue from where you left off.
264}
265
266_textcb4_ {
267Please enter your Greenstone username and password, and click the button to
268sign in.
269}
270
271_textfsc_ {
272First select the collection that you want to work with (write protected
273collections won't appear in this list).
274}
275
276_textwtc_ {With the collection you have selected, you can}
277_textamd_ {Add more data and rebuild the collection}
278_textetc_ {Edit the collection configuration file and rebuild the collection}
279_textdtc_ {Delete the collection entirely}
280_textetcfcd_ {Export the collection for writing to a self-installing Windows CD-ROM}
281_textcaec_ {Changing an existing collection}
282_textnwec_ {No write-enabled collections are available for modifying}
283_textcianc_ {Creating a new collection}
284_texttsosn_ {The sequence of steps needed to create a new digital library collection is:}
285_textsin_ {Specify its name (and associated information)}
286_textswts_ {Specify where the source data comes from}
287_textatco_ {Adjust the configuration options (advanced users only)}
288_textbtc_ {"Build" the collection (see below)}
289_textpvyh_ {Proudly view your handiwork.}
290
291_texttfsiw_ {
292The fourth step is where the computer does all the work.  In the "building"
293process the computer makes all the indexes and gathers together any other
294information that is required to make things work.  But first you have to
295specify the information.
296}
297
298_textadab_ {
299A diagram appears below that will help you keep track of where you are.
300The green button is the one that you click to carry on in the sequence.  As
301you go through the sequence, the buttons will change to yellow.  You can
302return to a previous page by clicking on the corresponding yellow button in
303the diagram.
304}
305
306_textwyar_ {
307When you are ready, click the green "collection information" button to
308begin creating your new digital library collection!
309}
310
311_textcnmbs_ {Collection name must be specified}
312_texteambs_ {Email address must be specified}
313_textpsea_ {Please specify email address in the form: username@domain}
314_textdocmbs_ {Description of collection must be specified}
315
316_textwcanc_ {
317When creating a new collection you need to enter some preliminary
318information about the source data.  This process is structured as a series
319of Web pages, overseen by The Collector.  The bar at the bottom of the page
320shows you the sequence of pages to be completed.
321}
322
323_texttfc_ {Title for collection:}
324
325_texttctiasp_ {
326The collection title is a short phrase used throughout the digital library
327to identify the content of the collection.  Example titles include
328"Computer Science Technical Reports" and "Humanity Development Library."
329}
330
331_textcea_ {Contact email address:}
332
333_textteas_ {
334This email address specifies the first point of contact for the collection.
335If the Greenstone software detects a problem, a diagnostic report is sent
336to this address.  Enter an email address in its full form:
337<tt>name@domain</tt>.
338}
339
340_textatc_ {About this collection:}
341
342_texttiasd_ {
343This is a statement describing the principles governing what is included in
344the collection.  It appears on the first page when the collection is
345presented.
346}
347
348_textypits_ {
349Your position in the sequence is indicated by an arrow underneath--in this
350case, the "collection information" stage.  To proceed, click the green
351"source data" button.
352}
353
354_srcebadsources_ {
355<p>One or more of the input sources you specified is unavailable (marked
356_iconcross_ below).
357
358<p>This might be because
359<ul>
360<li>The file, FTP site or URL does not exist.
361<li>You need to dial up your ISP first.
362<li>You are trying to access a URL from behind a firewall (this is the case
363if you normally have to present a username and password to access the
364internet).
365</ul>
366
367<p>If this is a URL that you can see in your browser, it may be coming from
368a locally cached copy. Unfortunately, locally cached copies are invisible
369to our mirroring process. In this case we recommend that you download the
370pages using your browser first.
371}
372
373_textymbyco_ {
374<p>You may base your collection on either
375<ul>
376<li>The default structure
377<dl><dd>The new collection may contain documents in the following formats:
378HTML, plain text, "m-box" email, PDF, RTF, MS Word, PostScript, PowerPoint,
379Excel, images, CDS/ISIS. </dd></dl>
380<li>An existing collection
381<dl><dd>The files in your new collection must be exactly the same type as those
382used to build the existing one.</dd></dl>
383</ul>
384}
385
386_textbtco_ {Base the collection on}
387_textand_ {Add new data}
388_textad_ {Adding data:}
389
390_texttftysb_ {
391The files that you specify below will be added to the collection. Make sure
392that you do not re-specify files that are already in the collection:
393otherwise two copies will be included. Files are identified by their full
394pathname, Web pages by their absolute Web address.
395}
396
397_textis_ {Input sources:}
398
399_textddd1_ {
400<p>If you use file:// or ftp:// to specify a file, that file will be
401downloaded.
402
403<p>If you use http:// it depends on whether the URL gives you a normal web
404page in your browser, or a list of files.  If a page, that page will be
405downloaded -- and so will all pages it links to, and all pages they link
406to, etc. -- provided they reside on the same site, below the URL.
407
408<p>If you use file:// or ftp:// to specify a folder or directory, or give a
409http:// URL that leads to a list of files, everything in the folder and all
410its sub-folders will be included in the collection.
411
412<p>Click the "more sources" button to get more input boxes.
413}
414
415_textddd2_ {
416<p>Click one of the green buttons. If you are an advanced user you may want
417to adjust the collection configuration. Alternatively, go straight to the
418building stage. Remember, you can always revisit an earlier stage by
419clicking its yellow button.
420}
421
422_textconf1_ {
423<p>The building and presentation of your collection are controlled by
424specifications in a special "configuration file".  Advanced users may want
425to alter the configuration settings.
426
427<center><p><b>If you are not an advanced user, just go to the bottom of the
428page.</b></center>
429
430<p>To alter the configuration settings, edit the data that appears below.
431If you make a mistake, click on "Reset" to reinstate the original
432configuration settings.
433}
434
435_textreset_ {Reset}
436
437
438_texttryagain_ {
439Please <a href="_httppagecollector_" target=_top>restart the collector</a>
440and try again.
441}
442
443
444_textretcoll_ {Return to the collector}
445
446_textdelperm_ {
447Some or all of the _cgiargbc1dirnameHtmlsafe_ collection could not be
448deleted. Possible causes are:
449<ul>
450<li> Greenstone does not have permission to delete the _gsdlhome_/collect/_cgiargbc1dirnameHtmlsafe_
451directory.<br>
452You may need to remove this directory manually to complete the removal of the _cgiargbc1dirnameHtmlsafe_
453collection from this computer.</li>
454<li>Greenstone can not run the program _gsdlhome_/bin/script/delcol.pl. Make sure that this file is readable and executable.</li>
455</ul>
456}
457
458_textdelinv_ {
459The _cgiargbc1dirnameHtmlsafe_ collection is protected or invalid. Deletion was cancelled.
460}
461
462_textdelsuc_ {The _cgiargbc1dirnameHtmlsafe_ collection was successfully deleted.}
463
464_textclonefail_ {
465The _cgiargclonecolHtmlsafe_ collection cound not be cloned. Possible causes are:
466<ul>
467<li> The _cgiargclonecolHtmlsafe_ collection doesn't exist
468<li> The _cgiargclonecolHtmlsafe_ collection has no collect.cfg configuration file
469<li> Greenstone does not have permission to read the collect.cfg configuration file
470</ul>
471}
472
473_textcolerr_ {Collector error.}
474
475_texttmpfail_ {
476The collector failed to read from or write to a temporary file or
477directory. Possible causes are:
478<ul>
479<li> Greenstone does not have read/write access to the _gsdlhome_/tmp
480     directory.
481</ul>
482}
483
484_textmkcolfail_ {
485The collector failed to create the directory structure required by the new
486collection (mkcol.pl failed). Possible causes are:
487<ul>
488<li> Greenstone does not have permission to write to the _gsdlhome_/tmp
489     directory.
490<li> mkcol.pl perl script errors.
491</ul>
492}
493
494_textnocontent_ {
495Collector error: no collection name was provided for the new collection. Try
496restarting the Collector from the beginning.
497}
498
499_textrestart_ {Restart the Collector}
500
501_textreloaderror_ {
502An error occurred while creating the new collection. This may have been due
503to Greenstone getting confused by the use of your browser's "reload" or
504"back" buttons (please try to avoid using these buttons while creating a
505collection with the Collector).  It is recommended that you restart the
506Collector from the beginning.
507}
508
509_textexptsuc_ {
510The _cgiargbc1dirnameHtmlsafe_ collection was successfully exported to the
511_gsdlhome_/tmp/exported\__cgiargbc1dirnameHtmlsafe_ directory.
512}
513
514_textexptfail_ {
515<p>Failed to export the _cgiargbc1dirnameHtmlsafe_ collection.
516
517<p>This is likely to be because Greenstone was installed without the
518necessary components to support the "Export to CD-ROM" function.
519<ul>
520
521 <li>If you installed a Greenstone version earlier than 2.70w from a CD-ROM
522 these components won't have been installed unless you selected them
523 during a "Custom" install. You may add them to your installation by re-running
524 the installation procedure.
525
526 <li>If you installed Greenstone from a web distribution you will need to
527 download and install an additional package to enable this function. Please
528 visit <a href="http://www.greenstone.org">http://www.greenstone.org</a> or
529 <a
530 href="https://list.scms.waikato.ac.nz/mailman/listinfo/greenstone-users">the mailing list</a>
531 for further details.
532
533</ul>
534}
535
536######################################################################
537# depositoraction
538package depositor
539######################################################################
540
541
542_textdepositorblurb_ {
543
544<p> Please specify the following file information and click _textintro_ below. </p>
545
546}
547
548_textcaec_ {Adding to an Existing Collection}
549_textbild_ {Deposit Item}
550_textintro_ {Select File}
551_textconfirm_ {Confirmation}
552_textselect_ {Select Collection}
553_textmeta_ {Specify Metadata}
554_textselectoption_ {select collection ...}
555
556_texttryagain_ {
557Please <a href="_httppagedepositor_" target=_top>restart the depositor</a>
558and try again.
559}
560
561_textselectcol_ {Select the collection to which you would like to add a new document.}
562_textfilename_ {Filename}
563_textfilesize_ {Filesize}
564
565_textretcoll_ {Return to the depositor}
566
567
568_texttmpfail_ {
569The depositor failed to read from or write to a temporary file or
570directory. Possible causes are:
571<ul>
572<li> Greenstone does not have read/write access to the _gsdlhome_/tmp
573     directory.
574</ul>
575}
576
577
578######################################################################
579# 'gsdl' page
580package gsdl
581######################################################################
582
583
584#------------------------------------------------------------
585# text macros
586#------------------------------------------------------------
587
588
589_textgreenstone1_ {
590Greenstone is a suite of software which has the ability to serve digital
591library collections and build new collections.  It provides a versatile way of
592organizing information and publishing it on the web or on removable media
593such as DVD or USB thumb drive.
594Greenstone is produced by the New Zealand Digital Library Project at the
595University of Waikato, and distributed in cooperation with UNESCO and the
596Human Info NGO. It is open-source software, available from
597<a href="_1_">http://greenstone.org</a> under the terms of the GNU General Public
598License.
599}
600
601_textexamplestitle_ {examples}
602_textgreenstone2_ {
603The New Zealand Digital Library website (<a
604href="_1_">http://nzdl.org</a>) contains numerous example
605collections, all created with the Greenstone software, which are publicly
606available for you to peruse. They exemplify various searching and browsing
607options, and include collections in Arabic, Chinese, French, Maori, and
608Spanish, as well as English. Many of these collections have been produced by the Human Info NGO and distributed on CD-ROM, such as the <a href="_2_">Humanity Development Library</a>. The <a href="_3_">greenstone.org examples page</a> also lists a vast array of Greenstone based digital libraries from around the world.
609}
610
611
612_texttechnicaltitle_{technical}
613_texttechnical_{
614See the <a href="_1_">greenstone factsheet</a> for technical details such as versions, platform support and interoperability. There are two major versions of the software: the original Greenstone 2, and Greenstone 3 which is a complete redesign and reimplementation. Greenstone 3 is under active development, and is recommended for download. This page is part of a Greenstone 2 installation.
615}
616
617
618_textcustomisationtitle_ {customisation}
619
620_textgreenstone5_ { Greenstone is specifically designed to be highly
621extensible and customisable. New document and metadata formats are
622accommodated by writing "plugins" (in Perl). Analogously, new metadata
623browsing structures can be implemented by writing "classifiers." The user
624interface look-and-feel can be altered using "macros" written in a simple
625macro language. The source code, in C++, Perl and Java, is available and
626accessible for modification. For more information, see the <a href="_1_">Greenstone wiki</a>.
627}
628
629
630_textdocumentationtitle_ {documentation}
631_textdocuments_ {Extensive documentation for the Greenstone software is available on the <a href="_1_">Greenstone Wiki</a>, including step-by-step <a href="_2_">tutorials</a>.}
632
633_textsupporttitle_ {support}
634
635_textsupport_ { See the <a href="_1_">support</a>
636page for details about language specific mailing lists, regional support
637groups and other resources.  }
638
639_textbugstitle_ {bugs}
640_textreport_ {
641We want to ensure that this software works well for you.  Please report any
642bugs to the <a href="_1_">Greenstone users mailing list</a>.
643}
644
645_textaboutgslong_ {about the greenstone software}
646
647_textgreenstone_ {
648<p>Greenstone is a semi-precious stone that (like this software) is sourced
649in New Zealand.  In traditional Maori society it was the most highly prized
650and sought after of all substances.  It can absorb and hold <i>wairua</i>,
651which is a spirit or life force, and is endowed with traditional virtues
652that make it an appropriate emblem for a public-domain digital library
653project.  Its lustre shows charity; its translucence, honesty; its
654toughness, courage; and the sharp edge it can take, justice.
655}
656
657_texttokilink_ {View larger toki image}
658_texttokidesc1_ {In November 2000, a toki pou tangata (greenstone adze) was presented to the New Zealand Digital Library by Māori, to acknowledge the important work being done on taonga (treasure) such as the <a href="_1_">Niupepa Collection</a>. The toki was carved by Bernard Makoare of Ngāti Whātua and Te Rarawa descent. }
659_texttokidescr2_ {The toki is to symbolize the significance of pounamu (greenstone). It is to inspire the work that is being done here with qualities of mana, authority and leadership. It is a tough stone, a connection to be made. It is to be used to carve out and guide the excellence of thought that is harvested in the New Zealand Digital Library. }
660
661
662######################################################################
663# 'users' page
664package userslistusers
665######################################################################
666
667
668#------------------------------------------------------------
669# text macros
670#------------------------------------------------------------
671
672_textlocu_ {List of current users}
673_textuser_ {user}
674_textas_ {account status}
675_textgroups_ {groups}
676_textcomment_ {comment}
677_textadduser_ {add a new user}
678_textedituser_ {edit}
679_textdeleteuser_ {delete}
680
681
682######################################################################
683# 'users' page
684package usersedituser
685######################################################################
686
687
688#------------------------------------------------------------
689# text macros
690#------------------------------------------------------------
691
692
693_textedituser_ {Edit user information}
694_textadduser_ {Add a new user}
695
696_textaboutusername_ {
697Usernames must be between 2 and 30 characters long. They can contain
698alphanumeric characters, '.', and '_'.
699}
700
701_textaboutpassword_ {
702Passwords must be between 3 and 8 characters long. They can contain any
703normal printable ASCII characters.
704}
705
706_textoldpass_ {If this field is blank the old password will be kept.}
707_textenabled_ {enabled}
708_textdisabled_ {disabled}
709
710_textaboutgroups_ {
711Groups is a comma separated list, do not put spaces after the commas.
712}
713_textavailablegroups_ {
714Predefined groups include administrator and others which assign rights for remote collection building using the Librarian Interface or the Depositor:
715<ul>
716<li><b>administrator</b>: Gives permission to access and change site configuration and user accounts.
717<li><b>personal-collections-editor</b>: Gives permission to create new personal collections
718<li><b>&lt;collection-name&gt;-collection-editor</b>: Gives permission to create and edit the "collection-name" collection, for example, reports-collection-editor.
719<li><b>all-collections-editor</b>: Gives permission to create new personal and global collections and edit <b>all</b> collections. Also gives permission to use the Collector.
720</ul>
721}
722
723
724######################################################################
725# 'users' page
726package usersdeleteuser
727######################################################################
728
729
730#------------------------------------------------------------
731# text macros
732#------------------------------------------------------------
733
734_textdeleteuser_ {Delete a user}
735_textremwarn_ {Do you really want to permanently remove user <b>_cgiargumunHtmlsafe_</b>?}
736
737
738######################################################################
739# 'users' page
740package userschangepasswd
741######################################################################
742
743
744#------------------------------------------------------------
745# text macros
746#------------------------------------------------------------
747
748_textchangepw_ {Change password}
749_textoldpw_ {old password}
750_textnewpw_ {new password}
751_textretype_ {retype new password}
752
753
754######################################################################
755# 'users' page
756package userschangepasswdok
757######################################################################
758
759
760#------------------------------------------------------------
761# text macros
762#------------------------------------------------------------
763
764_textsuccess_ {Your password was successfully changed.}
765
766
767######################################################################
768# 'users' page
769package users
770######################################################################
771
772
773#------------------------------------------------------------
774# text macros
775#------------------------------------------------------------
776
777_textinvalidusername_ {The username is invalid.}
778_textinvalidpassword_ {The password is invalid.}
779_textemptypassword_ {Please enter an initial password for this user.}
780_textuserexists_ {This user already exists, please enter another username.}
781
782_textusernameempty_ {Please enter your username.}
783_textpasswordempty_ {You must enter your old password.}
784_textnewpass1empty_ {Enter your new password and then retype it.}
785_textnewpassmismatch_ {The two versions of your new password did not match.}
786_textnewinvalidpassword_ {You entered an invalid password.}
787_textfailed_ {Either your username or password was incorrect.}
788
789
790######################################################################
791# 'status' pages
792package status
793######################################################################
794
795
796#------------------------------------------------------------
797# text macros
798#------------------------------------------------------------
799
800
801_textversion_ {Greenstone version number}
802_textframebrowser_ {You must have a frame enabled browser to view this.}
803_textusermanage_ {User management}
804_textlistusers_ {list users}
805_textaddusers_ {add a new user}
806_textchangepasswd_ {change password}
807_textinfo_ {Technical information}
808_textgeneral_ {general}
809_textarguments_ {arguments}
810_textactions_ {actions}
811_textbrowsers_ {browsers}
812_textprotocols_ {protocols}
813_textconfigfiles_ {Configuration files}
814_textlogs_ {Logs}
815_textusagelog_ {usage log}
816_textinitlog_ {init log}
817_texterrorlog_ {error log}
818_textadminhome_ {admin home}
819_textreturnhome_ {Greenstone home}
820_titlewelcome_ { Administration }
821_textmaas_ {Maintenance and administration services available include:}
822_textvol_ {view on-line logs}
823_textcmuc_ {create, maintain and update collections}
824_textati_ {access technical information such as CGI arguments}
825
826_texttsaa_ {
827These services are accessed using the side navigation bar on the lefthand
828side of the page.
829}
830
831_textcolstat_ {Collection Status}
832
833_textcwoa_ {
834Collections will only appear as "running" if their build.cfg
835files exist, are readable, contain a valid builddate field (i.e. > 0),
836and are in the collection's index directory (i.e. NOT the building
837directory).
838}
839
840_textcafi_ {click <i>abbrev.</i> for information on a collection}
841_textcctv_ {click <i>collection</i> to view a collection}
842_textsubc_ {Submit Changes}
843_texteom_ {Error opening main.cfg}
844_textftum_ {Failed to update main.cfg}
845_textmus_ {main.cfg updated successfully}
846
847
848######################################################################
849# 'bsummary' pages
850package bsummary
851######################################################################
852
853
854#------------------------------------------------------------
855# text macros
856#------------------------------------------------------------
857
858_textbsummary_ {Build log for "_collectionname_" collection}
859_textflog_ {Fail log for "_collectionname_" collection}
860_textilog_ {Import summary for "_collectionname_" collection}
861
862############################################################################
863#
864# This stuff is only used by the usability (SEND FEEDBACK) stuff
865#
866############################################################################
867package Global
868
869# old cusab button
870_linktextusab_ {SEND FEEDBACK}
871
872_greenstoneusabilitytext_ {Greenstone Usability}
873
874_textwhy_ {<p>Sending this report is a way of indicating you have found the web page you were viewing difficult or frustrating.}
875_textextraforform_ {You do not have to fill out the form -- any information will help.}
876_textprivacybasic_ {<p>The report will contain only information about the Greenstone web page you were viewing, and the technology you were using to view it (plus any optional information you provide).}
877_textstillsend_ {Would you still like to send this report?}
878
879_texterror_ {error}
880_textyes_ {Yes}
881_textno_ {No}
882_textclosewindow_ {Close Window}
883_textabout_ {About}
884_textprivacy_ {Privacy}
885_textsend_ {Send}
886_textdontsend_ {Don\\'t Send}
887_textoptionally_ {Optionally}
888
889_textunderdev_ {Details preview will be available in the final version.}
890
891_textviewdetails_ {View report details}
892_textmoredetails_ {More details}
893_texttrackreport_ {Track this report}
894_textcharacterise_ {What kind of problem is it}
895_textseverity_ {How bad is the problem}
896 
897_textbadrender_ {Page looks strange}
898_textcontenterror_ {Content error}
899_textstrangebehaviour_ {Strange behaviour}
900_textunexpected_ {Something unexpected happened}
901_textfunctionality_ {Hard to use}
902_textother_ {Other}
903
904_textcritical_ {Critical}
905_textmajor_ {Serious}
906_textmedium_ {Medium}
907_textminor_ {Minor}
908_texttrivial_ {Trivial}
909
910_textwhatdoing_ {What were you trying to do?}
911_textwhatexpected_ {What did you expect to happen?}
912_textwhathappened_ {What actually happened?}
913
914_cannotfindcgierror_ {<h2>Sorry!</h2>Can\\'t find the server programs for the "_linktextusab_" button.}
915
916_textusabbanner_ {the Greenstone koru-style banner}
917
918
919######################################################################
920# GTI text strings
921package gti
922######################################################################
923
924
925#------------------------------------------------------------
926# text macros
927#------------------------------------------------------------
928   
929_textgtierror_ {An error has occurred}
930
931_textgtihome_ {
932These pages help you improve Greenstone's multilingual language support. Using them, you can
933<ul>
934  <li>translate parts of Greenstone into a new language
935  <li>update an existing language interface when the English language interface changes (eg. for new Greenstone facilities)
936  <li>correct errors in existing translations
937</ul>
938
939You will be presented with a series of web pages, each containing
940a phrase to translate.
941You proceed by translating the language interface phrase by phrase.
942Many phrases contain HTML formatting commands: you should not
943attempt to translate these but preserve them intact in the translated
944version. Words flanked by underscores (like _this_) should not be
945translated either (they're Greenstone "macro" names).
946<p>
947If you are updating an existing language interface you will not be presented
948with phrases for which a translation already exists. Sometimes a translation
949exists but the English text has since been changed. In this case the current
950translation will be provided and you should check and update this if necessary.
951<p>
952To correct a translation that has already been updated, use the "Correct existing translations" facility available for each part of Greenstone.
953<p>
954Each page ends with a "_textgtisubmit_" button. When you press it, changes are
955made immediately to a separate Greenstone installation at nzdl.org. A button
956is provided on each page to access this site.
957}
958
959_textgtiselecttlc_ {Please select your language}
960
961#for status page
962_textgtiviewstatus_ {Click to view the current translation status for all languages}
963_textgtiviewstatusbutton_ {VIEW STATUS}
964_textgtistatustable_ {List of current translation status for all languages}
965_textgtilanguage_ {Language}
966_textgtitotalnumberoftranslations_ {Total number of translations}
967
968_textgtiselecttfk_ {Please select a file to work on}
969
970_textgticoredm_ {Greenstone Interface (Core)}
971_textgtiauxdm_ {Greenstone Interface (Auxiliary)}
972_textgtiglidict_ {GLI Dictionary}
973_textgtiglihelp_ {GLI Help}
974_textgtiperlmodules_ {Perl Modules}
975_textgtitutorials_ {Tutorial Exercises}
976_textgtigreenorg_ {Greenstone.org}
977_textgtigs3interface_ {Greenstone 3 Interface}
978_textgtigsinstaller_ {Greenstone Installer}
979_textgtigs3colcfg_ {GS3 demo collection-config strings}
980
981#for greenstone manuals
982_textgtidevmanual_ {Greenstone Developer's Manual}
983_textgtiinstallmanual_ {Greenstone Installer's Manual}
984_textgtipapermanual_ {Greenstone Manual for Paper to Collection}
985_textgtiusermanual_ {Greenstone User's Manual}
986
987_textgtienter_ {ENTER}
988
989_textgticorrectexistingtranslations_ {Correct existing translations}
990_textgtidownloadtargetfile_ {Download file}
991_textgtiviewtargetfileinaction_ {View this file in action}
992_textgtitranslatefileoffline_ {Translate this file offline}
993
994_textgtinumchunksmatchingquery_ {Number of text fragments matching the query}
995
996_textgtinumchunkstranslated_ {translations done}
997_textgtinumchunksrequiringupdating_ {Of these, _1_ require updating}
998_textgtinumchunksrequiringtranslation_ {translations remaining}
999
1000#for status page
1001_textgtinumchunkstranslated2_ {number of translations done}
1002_textgtinumchunksrequiringupdating2_ {number of translations requiring updating}
1003_textgtinumchunksrequiringtranslation2_ {number of translations remaining}
1004
1005_textgtienterquery_ {Enter a word or phrase from the text fragment you want to correct}
1006_textgtifind_ {FIND}
1007
1008_textgtitranslatingchunk_ {Translating text fragment <i>_1_</i>}
1009_textgtiupdatingchunk_ {Updating text fragment <i>_1_</i>}
1010_textgtisubmit_ {SUBMIT}
1011
1012_textgtilastupdated_ {Last updated}
1013
1014_textgtitranslationfilecomplete_ {Thank you for updating this file -- it is now complete!<p>You can download a copy of this file using the link above, and it will also be included in future releases of Greenstone.}
1015
1016_textgtiofflinetranslation_ {
1017You can translate this part of Greenstone offline using a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet file:
1018
1019<ol>
1020<li>Download either <a href="_gwcgi_?a=gti&amp;p=excel&amp;tct=work&amp;e=_compressedoptions_">this file</a> for all the remaining work, or <a href="_gwcgi_?a=gti&amp;p=excel&amp;tct=all&amp;e=_compressedoptions_">this file</a> for all the strings in this module.
1021<li>Open the downloaded file in Microsoft Excel (Office 2003/XP or more recent versions is required) and save as Microsoft Excel workbook (.xls) format.
1022<li>Enter the translations in the boxes provided.
1023<li>When you have finished translating all the strings, e-mail the .xls file to <a href="mailto:_gtiadministratoremail_">_gtiadministratoremail_</a>.
1024</ol>
1025}
1026
1027
1028
1029############
1030# gli page
1031############
1032package gli
1033
1034_textglilong_ {the greenstone librarian interface}
1035_textglihelp_ {
1036<p>The Greenstone Librarian Interface (GLI) gives you access to Greenstone's functionality from an easy-to-use, 'point and click' interface. This allows you to collect sets of documents, import or assign metadata, and build them into a Greenstone collection.</p>
1037
1038<p>Note that the GLI is run in conjunction with Greenstone, and assumes that it is installed in a subdirectory of your Greenstone installation. If you have downloaded one of the Greenstone distributions, or installed from a Greenstone CD-ROM, this will be the case.</p>
1039
1040<h4>Running the GLI under Windows</h4>
1041 
1042Launch the librarian interface under Windows by selecting <i>Greenstone Digital Library</i> from the <i>Programs</i> section of the <i>Start</i> menu and choosing <i>Librarian Interface</i>.
1043
1044<h4>Running the GLI under Unix</h4>
1045
1046To run the GLI under Unix, change to the <i>gli</i> directory in your Greenstone installation, then run the <i>gli.sh</i> script.
1047
1048<h4>Running the GLI under Mac OS X</h4>
1049
1050In the finder, browse to <i>Applications</i> then <i>Greenstone</i> (if you installed Greenstone into the default location), and then launch the <i>GLI</i> application.
1051}
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