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Previously committed with https port enabled, this prevented creating a successful GS3 release binary because of course the keystore.pass that goes with https has no default value but requires a value to be set.

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1#### properties file for Greenstone3 building using ANT. See the README for more
2#### information
3
4## Tomcat installation
5
6# Set this to the internet/intranet name of the machine that Tomcat is/will be
7# run on. localhost is fine for accessing the server from the local machine,
8# but not remotely
9tomcat.server=localhost
10
11# The default protocol: http, or https for security
12# If you wish to use both, set the default protocol here (https recommended), then
13# uncomment both tomcat.port.http and tomcat.port.https and set them to valid port numbers.
14server.protocol=http
15
16# At minimum, the tomcat.port matching the default server.protocol specified above
17# must be enabled (uncommented) below and be set to a valid port number.
18# You're allowed to enable both tomcat.port values here.
19tomcat.port.http=8383
20#tomcat.port.https=8443
21# You must set a password if using https (if tomcat.port.https is uncommented above)
22keystore.pass=
23
24# Tomcat's shutdown port - this may need to be changed if you are running two or more Tomcats
25tomcat.shutdown.port=8305
26
27# If tomcat is already running, enter the path to the base directory here
28tomcat.installed.path=
29# uncomment the following if you have moved the greenstone3 web directory to tomcats webapps dir
30#web.home=${tomcat.installed.path}/webapps/greenstone3
31
32# The context name of your GS3 digital library. By default this will be "greenstone3". Ensure this has a value.
33greenstone.context=greenstone3
34
35# solr generally lives off /solr from the base greenstone URL
36solr.context=solr
37
38
39## If creating a GS3 set up with a dispersed web folder ("web-dispersed" GS3), with GS3 in a read-only location, then
40## it will need a distinct user web folder for content (sites and collections), and need to run tomcat from TMP.
41## You need to configure 4 properties to get a "web-dispersed" GS3 to work on windows:
42## - set web.home above to the writable location where collections and sites should be created (use forward slashes)
43## - uncomment using.user.web below and set to true,
44## To make tomcat run from TMP folder (a writable location):
45## - set gsdl3home.isreadonly to true and
46## - set gsdl3.writablehome to ${java.io.tmpdir}/greenstone/web (use forward slashes)
47# using.user.web=true
48
49# Default derby networked server portnumber is 1527, can change this here in case of conflict
50derby.server.port=1527
51# The following is best left as it is, except if 'localhost' doesn't work on your machine,
52# then try setting it to 127.0.0.1 or its IPv6 equivalent 0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1
53derby.server=localhost
54
55## Collection building options
56# uncomment if you don't want to have collection building enabled
57#disable.collection.building=true
58#
59# uncomment (and edit) if you want to control where perl is found
60#perl.path=/usr/bin
61
62## Greenstone 3 server program options
63# does running the server automatically start up Tomcat and a browser
64server.auto.start=false
65# if set to true, won't try other ports if the specified port is not available
66server.keep.port=false
67# default servlet to start with
68server.default.servlet=/library
69# whether to make the greenstone pages publicly accessible or only to this machine
70server.external.access=true
71
72##Browser setup
73browser.path=
74
75## Proxy setup - Greenstone installation will attempt to download extra packages. Set the proxy information here if you are behind a firewall.
76# The proxy server name
77proxy.host=
78# The proxy server port
79proxy.port=
80# A user name to use when talking to the proxy server (optional, will prompt if not entered here)
81proxy.user=
82# A password to use when talking to the proxy server (optional, will prompt if not entered here)
83proxy.password=
84
85## java compilation properties - for javac
86# Should compilation include the debug option?
87compile.debug=true
88# Should compilation include the deprecation option?
89compile.deprecation=true
90# Should compilation include the optimize option?
91compile.optimize=true
92
93# Properties that control cross-compiling
94compile.cross        = false
95#cross.os             = windows
96#cross.host           = i686-w64-mingw32
97#cross.build          = i686-pc-linux-gnu
98#cross.configure.extraargs =
99
100#cross.os             = android
101#cross.host           = arm-linux-androideabi
102#cross.build          = i686-pc-linux-gnu
103#cross.configure.extraargs = gl_cv_header_working_stdint_h=yes
104
105
106# Control whether or not JNI bindings are used
107#   e.g. MG, MG++ and GDBM and the like
108# Setting this false means these components are not available to the install
109# The expectation is that collections will be build from 100% Java components:
110#   e.g Lucene and JDBM
111#
112# Ant 1.7.1 and before only test for *existence* so this needs to be commented
113# in or out to control whether jni is used or not
114with.jni=true
115
116## Controls whether or not we want GLI and GEMS to be checked out and compiled
117with.gli.and.gems=true
118
119## Control if compilation of gs2 is static or not. Used, for example, for distributions
120# Same issue as 'with.jni' for how this gets used in ant 1.7.1 and before
121#compile.static=true
122
123# A flag used by the release-kit to compile with gnomelib
124# (Previously this flag was called use.support.lib but got conflated with
125# the property checkout.gnomelib.ext below)
126#use.gnomelib.ext=true
127
128## Uncomment these lines if enabling compilation with the gnome-lib extension
129## and if compiling imagemagick
130## These extensions should be in the [gsdl3home]/gs2build/ext directory
131#checkout.gnomelib.ext=true
132#checkout.imagemagick.ext=true
133
134# By default, GS3 will check out the pdfbox extension from SVN
135checkout.pdfbox.ext=true
136
137# The following two properties are automatically overridden by gs3-server
138# when running off a read-only medium such as a DVD ...
139#
140# The 'writable' home default is to be the same location as gsdl3.home
141gsdl3home.isreadonly=false
142gsdl3.writablehome=${basedir}/web
143
144# ... alternative the above can be changed to
145#
146#  gsdl3home.isreadonly=true
147#  gsdl3.writablehome=${java.io.tmpdir}/greenstone/web
148#
149# ... or else provided on the command line, e.g.:
150#   ant -Dgsdl3home.isreadonly=true gsdl3.writablehome=/tmp/greenstone/web start
151
152## windows c++ compilation
153# The following property does not help in build.xml.
154# The user needs to run Visual Studio's vcvars32.bat script from the
155# MSDOS prompt before compiling Greenstone3 (before "ant prepare install")
156#compile.windows.c++.setup=C:/Program Files/Microsoft Visual Studio/VC98/Bin/VCVARS32.BAT
157
158##Flax stuff##
159##uncomment if you want to install flax
160#install.flax=true
161flax.checkout.path=${flax.svn.root}/trunk/flaxmain
162
163##These need to be uncommented if using Fedora and Fedora GSearch with Greenstone's tomcat
164fedora.home=#${basedir}/ext/fedora3
165#fedora.maxpermsize=-XX:MaxPermSize=128m
166#fedora.password=pounamu
167#index.writelock.timeout=10000
168
169##Web services related constants##
170base.webservice.name=SOAPServer
171##listing and description of all the web services deployable on GS3##
172web.services.list=${base.webservice.name} for Greenstone3's core web services, QBR${base.webservice.name} for Query, Browse and Retrieve services
173
174## ------------------------------------------------------ ##
175## Do not modify any properties that appear after this
176## as they are automatically generated.
177## ------------------------------------------------------ ##
178
179## The port number that tomcat is/will run on by default (i.e. for the default server.protocol value set)
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