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1# This is the main configuration file for configuring
2# your Greenstone receptionist (i.e. the bit responsible
3# for the way things are displayed).
5# Email address of the webmaster of this Greenstone installation
6# If maintainer is set to "NULL" EmailEvents and EmailUserEvents
7# will be disabled.
8maintainer      NULL
10# Outgoing (SMTP) mail server for this Greenstone installation.
11# This will default to mail.maintainer-domain if it's not set
12# (i.e. if maintainer is then MailServer
13# will default to If MailServer doesn't
14# resolve to a valid SMTP server then the EmailEvents and
15# EmailUserEvents options (see below) won't be functional. Likewise,
16# turning off EmailEvents and EmailUserEvents will remove any
17# reliance on MailServer.
18MailServer      NULL
20# Set status to "disabled" if you don't want the Maintenance and
21# Administration facility to be available.
22status          enabled
24# Set collector to "disabled" if you don't want the "collector"
25# end-user collection building facility to be available.
26collector       enabled
28# Set logcgiargs to true to keep a log of usage information in
29# $GSDLHOME/etc/usage.txt.
30logcgiargs      true
32# Set usecookies to true to use cookies to identify users (cookie
33# information will be written to the usage log if logcgiargs is
34# true).
35usecookies      true
37# LogDateFormat sets the format that timestamps will be stored in the usage
38# log (i.e. if logcgiargs is enabled). It takes the following values:
39LocalTime: (the default) The local time and date in the form
40           "Thu Dec 07 23:47:00 NZDT 2000".
41UTCTime: Coordinated universal time (GMT) in the same format as LocalTime.
42Absolute: Integer value representing the number of seconds since
43          00:00:00 1/1/1970 GMT
44LogDateFormat   LocalTime
46# Log any events that Greenstone deems important in
47# $GSDLHOME/etc/events.txt.
48# The only events that are currently implemented come from the
49# collector (e.g. someone just built/deleted the following collection)
50# LogEvents may take values of:
51# AllEvents: All important events
52# CollectorEvents: Just those events originating from the collector
53#                  (e.g. someone just built a collection)
54# Disabled: Don't log events
55LogEvents       Disabled
57# Email the maintainer whenever any event occurs. EmailEvents
58# takes the same values as LogEvents.
59# Note that perl must be installed for EmailEvents or
60# EmailUserEvents to work.
61EmailEvents     Disabled
63# In some cases it may be appropriate to email the user about a
64# certain event (e.g. notification from the collector that a collection
65# was built successfully)
66EmailUserEvents false
69# The list of display macro files used by this receptionist
70macrofiles \
71       \
72       \
73       \
77# Define the interface languages and encodings supported by this receptionist
79# An "Encoding" line defines an encoding to be used by the receptionist.
80# Uncomment "Encoding" lines to include an encoding on your "preferences" page.
81# Encoding line options are:
82# shortname -- The standard charset label for the given encoding. The
83#              shortname option is mandatory.
84# longname  -- The display name of the given encoding. If longname isn't set
85#              it will default to using shortname instead.
86# map       -- The name of the map file (i.e. the .ump file) for use when
87#              converting between unicode and the given encoding. The map
88#              option is mandatory for all encoding lines except the
89#              special case for utf8.
90# multibyte -- This optional argument should be set for all encodings that use
91#              multibyte characters.
93# The utf8 encoding is handled internally and doesn't require a map file.
94# As a rule the utf8 encoding should always be enabled, especially if you
95# have collections of documents that may not all be in the same
96# language/encoding.
97Encoding shortname=utf-8 "longname=Unicode (UTF-8)"
99# The ISO-8859 series
100Encoding shortname=iso-8859-1 "longname=Western (ISO-8859-1)" map=8859_1.ump
101#Encoding shortname=iso-8859-2 "longname=Central European (ISO-8859-2)" map=8859_2.ump
102#Encoding shortname=iso-8859-3 "longname=Latin 3 (ISO-8859-3)" map=8859_3.ump
103#Encoding shortname=iso-8859-4 "longname=Latin 4 (ISO-8859-4)" map=8859_4.ump
104#Encoding shortname=iso-8859-5 "longname=Cyrillic (ISO-8859-5)" map=8859_5.ump
105#Encoding shortname=iso-8859-6 "longname=Arabic (ISO-8859-6)" map=8859_6.ump
106#Encoding shortname=iso-8859-7 "longname=Greek (ISO-8859-7)" map=8859_7.ump
107#Encoding shortname=iso-8859-8 "longname=Hebrew (ISO-8859-8)" map=8859_8.ump
108#Encoding shortname=iso-8859-9 "longname=Turkish (ISO-8859-9)" map=8859_9.ump
110# Windows codepages
111#Encoding shortname=windows-1250 "longname=Central European (Windows-1250)" map=win1250.ump
112Encoding shortname=windows-1251 "longname=Cyrillic (Windows-1251)" map=win1251.ump
113#Encoding shortname=windows-1252 "longname=Western (Windows-1252)" map=win1252.ump
114#Encoding shortname=windows-1253 "longname=Greek (Windows-1253)" map=win1253.ump
115#Encoding shortname=windows-1254 "longname=Turkish (Windows-1254)" map=win1254.ump
116#Encoding shortname=windows-1255 "longname=Hebrew (Windows-1255)" map=win1255.ump
117Encoding shortname=windows-1256 "longname=Arabic (Windows-1256)" map=win1256.ump
118#Encoding shortname=windows-1257 "longname=Baltic (Windows-1257)" map=win1257.ump
119#Encoding shortname=windows-1258 "longname=Vietnamese (Windows-1258)" map=win1258.ump
120#Encoding shortname=windows-874 "longname=Thai (Windows-874)" map=win874.ump
121#Encoding shortname=cp866 "longname=Cyrillic (DOS)" map=dos866.ump
123# KOI8 Cyrillic encodings
124#Encoding shortname=koi8-r "longname=Cyrillic (KOI8-R)" map=koi8_r.ump
125#Encoding shortname=koi8-u "longname=Cyrillic (KOI8-U)" map=koi8_u.ump
127# CJK encodings (note that Shift-JIS Japanese isn't currently supported)
128Encoding shortname=gbk "longname=Chinese Simplified (GBK)" map=gbk.ump multibyte
129Encoding shortname=big5 "longname=Chinese Traditional (Big5)" map=big5.ump multibyte
130Encoding shortname=euc-jp "longname=Japanese (EUC)" map=euc_jp.ump multibyte
131Encoding shortname=euc-kr "longname=Korean (UHC)" map=uhc.ump multibyte
134# A "Language" line defines an interface language to be used by the
135# interface. Note that it is possible to display only a subset of the
136# specified languages on the preferences page for a given collection by
137# using the "PreferenceLanguages" format option in your collect.cfg
138# configuration file.
139# options are:
140# shortname        -- ISO 639 two letter language symbol. The shortname
141                      option is mandatory.
142# longname         -- The display name for the given language. If longname
143                      isn't set it will default to using shortname instead.
144# default_encoding -- The encoding to use by default when using the given
145#                     interface language. This should be set to the
146#                     "shortname" of a valid "Encoding" line
147Language shortname=en longname=English default_encoding=iso-8859-1
148Language shortname=fr longname=French default_encoding=iso-8859-1
149Language shortname=zh longname=Chinese default_encoding=gbk
150Language shortname=de longname=German default_encoding=iso-8859-1
151Language shortname=es longname=Spanish default_encoding=iso-8859-1
152Language shortname=mi longname=Maori default_encoding=utf-8
153Language shortname=ar longname=Arabic default_encoding=windows-1256
154Language shortname=pt longname=Portuguese default_encoding=iso-8859-1
155Language shortname=nl longname=Dutch default_encoding=iso-8859-1
158# Define any additional page parameters to be used by the above macro files
159# (the current default page parameters are c (collection) and l (language)
161# Define v (version -- text or graphic) page parameter and give it a default
162# value of 0 (0 = text version off)
163pageparam       v 0
165# Set the precedence given to the page parameters. This effects which macro
166# will be selected for display when there are multiple versions of the same
167# macro with different page parameters.
168# e.g. Given a macroprecedence of "c,v,l" and the following macro definitions:
169# _content_ []
170# _content_ [l=en]
171# _content_ [c=demo]
172# _content_ [v=1]
173# _content_ [l=fr,v=1,c=hdl]
174# If the corresponding cgi arguments were set to l=en&v=1&c=hdl then the
175# _content_[v=1] macro would be selected for display. It would be selected
176# ahead of the _content_[l=en] macro because "v" has a higher precedence
177# than "l". The _content_[l=fr,v=1,c=hdl] macro would not be selected
178# because one of the page parameters is completely wrong ("l").
179macroprecedence c,v,l
182# Define any additional cgi arguments. Most cgi arguments are built into
183# Greenstone but it's possible to define them here (or set defaults for
184# existing built-in cgi arguments).
186# define the "v" cgi argument (to correspond to the "v" page parameter defined
187# above).
188cgiarg          shortname=v longname=version multiplechar=false argdefault=0 \
189                defaultstatus=weak savedarginfo=must
191# set a default value for the built-in "a" cgi argument
192cgiarg          shortname=a argdefault=p
194# set a default value for the built-in "p" cgi argument
195cgiarg          shortname=p argdefault=home
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