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1# all code to do with english
2
3package about
4
5_textabcol_ {About this collection}
6
7_textsubcols1_ {<p>The complete collection comprises _1_ subcollections:
8<blockquote>}
9
10_textsubcols2_ {</blockquote>
11You can check (and alter) which subcollections you are
12currently using on the Preferences page.}
13
14####################################################################3
15
16package Global
17
18######################
19# default page content
20######################
21
22_textdefaultcontent_ {The requested page could not be found. Please use your browsers 'back' button
23or the above home button to return to the Greenstone Digital Library.}
24_textdefaulttitle_ {GSDL Error}
25
26_collectionextra_ {This collection contains _about:numdocs_ documents.
27It was last built _about:builddate_ days ago.}
28
29_textimagecollection_ {}
30_textimageabout_ {About page}
31_textimagehome_ {Home page}
32_textimagehelp_ {Help page}
33_textimagepref_ {Preferences page}
34_textimagegreenstone_ {Greenstone Digital Library Software}
35
36_textimagesearch_ {Search for specific terms}
37_textimageTitle_ {Browse alphabetical list of titles}
38_textimageList_ {Browse document listing}
39_textimageCreator_ {Browse alphabetical list of authors}
40_textimageSeries_ {Browse by issue}
41_textimageDate_ {Browse by date}
42_textimageSubject_ {Browse by subject category}
43_textimageOrganization_ {Browse by organization}
44_textimageHowto_ {Browse how to categories}
45_textimageTopic_ {Browse special topic issues}
46_textimageBrowse_ {Browse}
47_textimagePeople_ {Browse alphabetical list of People}
48
49_texticontabsearchgreen_{Search}
50_texticontabdategreen_{Dates}
51_texticontabseriesgreen_{Series}
52_texticontabauthorgreen_{Authors A-Z}
53_texticontabtitlegreen_{Titles A-Z}
54_texticontablistgreen_ {Listing}
55_texticontabsubjectgreen_{Subjects}
56_texticontaborggreen_{Organization}
57_texticontabhowgreen_{How to}
58_texticontabtopicgreen_{Topics}
59_texticontabbrwsegreen_{Browse}
60_texticontabPeoplegreen_{People A-Z}
61
62_texticontext_ {View the document}
63_texticonclosedbook_ {open this document and view contents}
64_texticonnext_ {to next section}
65_texticonprev_ {to previous section}
66
67_page_ {page }
68_of_ { of }
69_vol_ {Volume}
70_num_ {Number}
71
72_textmonth00_ {}
73_textmonth01_ {January}
74_textmonth02_ {February}
75_textmonth03_ {March}
76_textmonth04_ {April}
77_textmonth05_ {May}
78_textmonth06_ {June}
79_textmonth07_ {July}
80_textmonth08_ {August}
81_textmonth09_ {September}
82_textmonth10_ {October}
83_textmonth11_ {November}
84_textmonth12_ {December}
85
86_magazines_ {Magazines}
87
88################
89# from visarts.dm
90###############
91
92_textimageArtist_ {Browse alphabetical list of artists}
93
94_textimageCategory_ {Browse alphabetical list of studio majors}
95
96_texticontabartistgreen_ {Artists}
97
98_texticontabcategorygreen_{Categories}
99
100####################################################################
101
102package document
103
104_textTitlepage_ {_texticonhtitle_}
105_textCreatorpage_ {_texticonhauth_}
106_textSubjectpage_ {_texticonhsubj_}
107_textSeriespage_ {_texticonhser_}
108_textDatepage_ {_texticonhdate_}
109_textHowtopage_ {_texticonhhow_}
110_textOrganizationpage_ {_texticonhorg_}
111_textBrowsepage_ {_texticonhbrwse_}
112_textPeoplepage_ {_texticonhpeople_}
113
114_texticonhtitle_ {Titles A-Z}
115_texticonhauth_ {Authors A-Z}
116_texticonhsubj_ {Subjects}
117_texticonhser_ {Series}
118_texticonhdate_ {Dates}
119_texticonhhow_ {How to}
120_texticonhorg_ {Organizations}
121_texticonhbrwse_ {Browse}
122_texticonhpeople_ {People A-Z}
123
124_texticonopenbookshelf_ {close this section of the library}
125_texticonclosedbookshelf_ {open this section of the library and view contents}
126_texticonopenbook_ {close this book}
127_texticonclosedfolder_ {Open this folder and view contents}
128_texticonclosedfolder2_ {open sub-section: }
129_texticonopenfolder_ {close this folder}
130_texticonopenfolder2_ {close sub-section: }
131_texticonsmalltext_ {View this section of the text}
132_texticonsmalltext2_ {view text: }
133_texticonpointer_ {current section}
134_texticondetach_ {Open this page in a new window}
135_texticonhighlight_ {Highlight search terms}
136_texticonnohighlight_ {Don't highlight search terms}
137_texticoncontracttoc_ {Collapse table of contents}
138_texticonexpandtoc_ {Expand table of contents}
139_texticonexpandtext_ {Display all text}
140_texticoncontracttext_ {Display text only for currently selected section}
141_texticonwarning_ {<b>Warning: </b>}
142_texticoncont_ {continue?}
143
144_textltwarning_ {
145<p><center>
146<table cellspacing=0 cellpadding=0 width=_pagewidth_>
147<tr valign=top><td>_iconwarning_Expanding the text here will generate a large
148amount of data for your browser to display _imagecont_
149</td></tr></table></center>
150}
151
152################
153# from visarts.dm
154###############
155
156_texticonhartst_ {Artists}
157_texticonhcat_ {Categories}
158
159
160######################################################################
161
162package home
163
164_documents_ { documents. }
165_lastupdate_ {Last updated}
166_ago_ {days ago.}
167_colnotbuilt_ {Collection not built.}
168
169
170_textpeople_ {People}
171_textfb_ {Feedback}
172_textpub_ {Publications}
173_texttec_ {Technology}
174_textrw_ {Related Work}
175_textinfosheet_ {Info Sheet}
176_textscreenshots_ {Screen Shots}
177_textnpepainfosheet_ {Niupepa Info Sheet}
178_textpagetitle_ {Greenstone Digital Library}
179_textprojhead_ {The New Zealand Digital Library Project}
180
181_textprojinfo_ {
182<h4>The NZDL system</h4>
183
184<p> The New Zealand Digital Library system comprises several demonstration
185collections -- computer science technical reports and bibliographies, literary
186works, humanitarian and development information, magazines -- and makes them
187available over the Web through full-text interfaces.  Behind the query
188interface lies a huge collection providing gigabytes of information.  We hope
189you find what you want, or at least something intriguing!
190
191<h4>The Greenstone software</h4>
192
193<p> The Greenstone Digital Library software provides a new way of organizing
194information and making it available over the Internet.  A <i>collection</i> of
195information comprises several (typically several thousand, or even several
196million) <i>documents</i>, which share a uniform searching and browsing
197interface.  The collections in a library are organized in a different
198way--though they share a strong family resemblance.  Although primarily
199designed for access over the Web, Greenstone collections can be made available,
200in precisely the same form, on CD-ROM for standalone PCs.  Greenstone is
201open-source software, available under the terms of the Gnu public linense.
202 
203<h4>The research</h4>
204
205<p> The goal of our research program is to explore the potential of
206internet-based digital libraries.  Our vision is to develop systems that
207automatically impose structure on anarchic, uncatalogued, distributed
208repositories of information, thereby providing information consumers with
209effective tools to locate what they need and to peruse it conveniently and
210comfortably.  Our research objectives are to
211
212<ul>
213  <li> develop technology for creating and automatically
214      maintaining collections;
215  <li> monitor usage to study library users' needs;
216  <li> look at novel interfaces that cater to a wide spectrum of users;
217  <li> find ways to abstract layout and bibliographic information
218      from document files;
219  <li> use this information to enhance presentation and for
220      bibliometric research;
221  <li> assess potential subject areas for public-domain collections;
222  <li> survey and critique other digital library projects.
223</ul>
224}
225
226_textotherinfo_ {
227<table border=0 cellpadding=5><tr valign=top>
228<td width=50%>
229<h4>Global Help Projects vzw</h4>
230
231<a href="http://www.globalprojects.org">Global Help Projects</a> is a registered
232charity responsible for the Humanity Libraries Project
233that provides universal low-cost information access through co-operation
234between UN Agencies, universities and NGOs.
235Global Help Projects collaborate extensively with the NZDL
236project, and use the Greenstone software.
237</td><td width=50%>
238<h4>DigiLib Systems Limited</h4>
239
240<p><a href="http://www.digilibs.com/">DigiLib Systems Limited</a> is an
241innovative software company that creates international digital libraries.
242As a major contributor to the Greenstone Digital Library Software they are
243able to build, customize, and extend digital libraries to meet exacting needs.
244Please <a href="mailto:contact@digilibs.com">contact</a> them for an obligation
245free quote.
246</td></tr></table>
247}
248
249_textpoem_ {
250<br><h2 align=left>Kia papapounamu te moana</h2>
251
252        <p>kia hora te marino,
253        <br>kia tere te karohirohi,
254        <br>kia papapounamu te moana
255
256        <p>may peace and calmness surround you,
257        <br>may you reside in the warmth of a summer's haze,
258        <br>may the ocean of your travels be as smooth as the polished greenstone.
259}
260
261_textgreenstone_ {
262<p><br>
263Greenstone is a semi-precious stone that (like this software) is sourced in
264New Zealand.  In traditional Maori society it was the most highly prized and
265sought after of all substances.  It can absorb and hold <i>wairua</i>, which is
266a spirit or life force, and is endowed with traditional virtues that make it an
267appropriate emblem for a public-domain digital library project.  Its lustre
268shows charity; its translucence, honesty; its toughness, courage; and the sharp
269edge it can take, justice.  The carved piece used in the Greenstone Digital
270Library Software logo is a <i>patu</i> or fighting club, and is a family
271heirloom of one of our project members.  In hand-to-hand combat its delivery is
272very quick, very accurate, and very complete.  We like to think these qualities
273also apply to our software, the razor sharp edge of the <i>patu</i> symbolizing
274the leading edge of technology.
275
276<p><a href="mailto:greenstone@cs.waikato.ac.nz">Greenstone Digital Library Software</a>
277<br><a href="http://www.cs.waikato.ac.nz/cs">Computer Science Department</a>,
278<a href="http://www.waikato.ac.nz">University of Waikato</a>, New Zealand
279
280<br>October 1999
281}
282
283#######################################################################
284package help
285
286_textHelp_ {Help}
287_textSearchshort_ {search for particular words}
288_textSeriesshort_ {access publications by series}
289_textDateshort_ {access publications by date}
290_textSubjectshort_ {access publications by subject}
291_textTitleshort_ {access publications by title}
292_textBrowseshort_ {browse publications}
293_textCreatorshort_ {access publications by author}
294_textOrganizationshort_ {access publications by organization}
295_textHowtoshort_ {access publications by how to listing}
296_textTopicshort_ {access publications by topic}
297_textPeopleshort_ {access publications by people}
298_textdefaultshorttext_ {undefined classification}
299
300_textSearchlong_ {
301<p>You can <i>search for particular words</i> that appear in the text from the
302"search" page. This is the first page that comes up when you begin, and can be
303reached from other pages by pressing the <i>search</i> button.
304}
305
306_textTitlelong_ {
307<p>You can <i>access publications by title</i> by pressing the <i>titles a-z</i>
308button.  This brings up a list of books in alphabetic order.
309}
310
311_textOrganizationlong_ {
312<p>You can <i>access publications by organization</i> by pressing the <i>organization</i>
313button.  This brings up a list of organizations.
314}
315
316_textHowtolong_ {
317<p>You can <i>access publications by how to listing</i> by pressing the <i>how to</i>
318button.  This brings up a list of how to strings.
319}
320
321_textCreatorlong_ {
322<p>You can <i>access publications by author</i> by pressing the <i>authors a-z</i>
323button.  This brings up a list of books, sorted by author name.
324}
325
326_textTopiclong_ {
327<p>You can <i>access publications by topic</i> by pressing the <i>topic</i>
328button.  This brings up a list of topics to browse.
329}
330
331_textSubjectlong_ {
332<p>You can <i>access publications by subject</i> by pressing the <i>subjects</i>
333button.  This brings up a list of subjects, represented by bookshelves.
334}
335
336_textSerieslong_ {
337<p>You can <i>access publications by series</i> by pressing the <i>series</i> button.
338This brings up a list of those series which are currently in the collection.
339}
340
341_textDatelong_ {
342<p>You can <i>access publications by date</i> by pressing the <i>dates</i> button.
343This brings up a list of all the issues, sorted chronologically.
344}
345
346_textBrowselong_ {
347<p>You can <i>browse publications</i> by pressing the <i>browse</i> button.
348}
349
350_textPeoplelong_ {
351<p>You can <i>access publications by people</i> by pressing the
352   <i>people a-z</i> button.  This brings up a list of entries, sorted by
353     surname.
354}
355
356_textdefaultlongtext_ {
357<p>Click on the <i>unknown</i> button to browse publications (listing is sorted
358by an unknown field).
359}
360
361_texthelptopics_ {
362<h2 align=left>Topics</h2>
363<ul>
364  <li><a href="\#finding-information">_textsimplehelpheading_</a>
365  _topicreadingdocs_
366  <li><a href="\#searching">How to search for particular words</a>
367<ul>
368  <li><a href="\#query-terms">Search terms</a>
369  <li><a href="\#query-type">Query type</a>
370  <li><a href="\#scope-of-queries">Scope of queries</a>
371</ul>
372  <li><a href="\#preferences">_textchangeprefs_</a>
373<ul>
374  <li><a href="\#col-prefs">Collection preferences</a>
375  <li><a href="\#pres-prefs">Presentation preferences</a>
376  <li><a href="\#search-prefs">Search preferences</a>
377</ul>
378</ul>
379}
380
381# there are 4 versions of this section of the help text.
382# which version is used is currently set within the server
383# (it should probably use the macro language e.g. [type=book])
384# 1 = html (like fao collections) -- section is empty
385# 2 = book (like hdl collection) -- macros beginning with book
386# 3 = bibliographic (like csbib) -- macros beginning with bib
387# 4 = standard (like gberg) -- the default
388
389_topicreadingdocs_ {<li><a href="\#reading-docs">_textreadingdocs_</a>}
390
391_textreadingdocs_ {How to read the documents}
392_booktextreadingdocs_ {How to read the books}
393_bibtextreadingdocs_ {Getting more information on a bibliography item}
394
395_texthelpreadingdocs_ {
396<p>_iconblankbar_
397<a name=reading-docs>
398<h2>_textreadingdocs_</h2>
399
400<p>You can tell when you have arrived at an individual document because
401its title and author appear at the top left of the page. Beside these
402is the number of the current page, a box that allows you to select a
403new page, and forward and backward arrows.
404
405<p>Underneath is the text of the current section. When you have read
406through it, there are arrows at the bottom to take you on to the next
407section or back to the previous one.
408
409<p>Below the title and author are three buttons. Click on <i>expand
410text</i> to expand out the whole text of the current document. If the
411document is large, this could take a long time and use a lot of memory!
412Click on <i>detach</i> to make a new browser window for this
413document. (This is useful if you want to compare documents, or read two
414at once.)  Finally, when you do a search the words you search for are
415highlighted.  Click on <i>no highlighting</i> to remove the highlighting.
416<p>
417<table cellspacing="0" cellpadding="2" border="0">
418<tr><td colspan=2><img src="_httpiconmore_" border="0"></td><td>Click on the arrow to go to the next section ...</td></tr>
419<tr><td colspan=2><img src="_httpiconless_" border="0"></td><td>... or back to the previous section</td></tr>
420<tr><td><img src="_document:httpiconealltof_" border="0"></td><td><img
421src="_document:httpiconetsecof_" border="0"></td><td>Display all text, or not</td></tr>
422<tr><td colspan=2><img src="_document:httpiconedtchof_" border="0"></td><td>Open this page in a new window</td></tr>
423<tr><td><img src="_document:httpiconehlof_" border="0"></td><td><img
424src="_document:httpiconenhlof_" border="0"></td><td>Highlight search terms, or not</td></tr>
425</table>
426
427}
428
429_booktexthelpreadingdocs_ {
430<p>_iconblankbar_
431<a name=reading-docs>
432<h2>_textreadingdocs_</h2>
433
434<p>You can tell when you have arrived at an individual book because there is a
435photograph of its front cover at the top left of the page.  Beside the photograph
436is a table of contents with an arrow marking where you are.  This table is
437expandable: click on the folders to open them or close them.  Click on the open
438book at the top to close it.
439
440<p>Underneath is the text of the current section.  When you have read through
441it, there are arrows at the bottom to take you on to the next section or back
442to the previous one.
443
444<p>Below the photograph are four buttons. Click on <i>expand text</i> to
445expand out the whole text of the current section, or book.  If the book is
446large, this could take a long time and use a lot of memory! Click on
447<i>expand contents</i> to expand out the whole table of contents so that
448you can see the titles of all chapters and subsections. Click on
449<i>detach</i> to make a new browser window for this book.  (This is useful
450if you want to compare books, or read two at once.) Finally, when you do a
451search the words you search for are highlighted. Click on <i>no
452highlighting</i> to remove highlighting.
453
454<p>
455<table cellspacing="0" cellpadding="2" border="0">
456<tr><td colspan=2><img src="_httpiconbshelf_" border="0"></td><td>Open this bookshelf</td></tr>
457<tr><td><img src="_httpiconopenbook_" border="0"></td><td><img
458src="_httpiconbook_" border="0"></td><td>Open/close this book</td></tr>
459<tr><td colspan=2><img src="_httpiconitext_" border="0"></td><td>View this section of the text</td></tr>
460<tr><td><img src="_document:httpiconealltof_" border="0"></td><td><img
461src="_document:httpiconetsecof_" border="0"></td><td>Display all text, or not</td></tr>
462<tr><td><img src="_document:httpiconeexpcof_" border="0"></td><td><img
463src="_document:httpiconeconcof_" border="0"></td><td>Expand table of contents, or not</td></tr>
464<tr><td colspan=2><img src="_document:httpiconedtchof_" border="0"></td><td>Open this page in a new window</td></tr>
465<tr><td><img src="_document:httpiconehlof_" border="0"></td><td><img
466src="_document:httpiconenhlof_" border="0"></td><td>Highlight search terms, or not</td></tr>
467<tr><td colspan=2><img src="_httpiconmore_" border="0"></td><td>Click the arrow to go to the next section ...</td></tr>
468<tr><td colspan=2><img src="_httpiconless_" border="0"></td><td>... or back to the previous section</td></tr>
469</table>
470}
471
472_bibtexthelpreadingdocs_ {
473<p>_iconblankbar_
474<a name=reading-docs>
475<h2>_textreadingdocs_</h2>
476
477<p>Some bibliography items contain more information, such as an abstract.
478You can tell from the query response page if this is the case because they
479are shown with the _icontext_ icon instead of the _iconblanktext_ icon.
480
481<p>Clicking on the _icontext_ icon will give you more information about the
482bibliography item.
483
484<p> Below the bibliography item are two buttons. Click on <i>detach</i> to
485make a new browser window for this book. (This is useful if you want to compare
486bibliography items.) Finally, when you do a search the words you search for are
487highlighted. Click on <i>no highlighting</i> to remove the highlighting.
488
489<p>
490<table cellspacing="0" cellpadding="2" border="0">
491<tr><td colspan=2><img src="_document:httpiconedtchof_" border="0"></td><td>Open this page in a new window</td></tr>
492<tr><td><img src="_document:httpiconehlof_" border="0"></td><td><img
493src="_document:httpiconenhlof_" border="0"></td><td>Highlight search terms, or not</td></tr>
494</table>
495}
496
497_texthelpsearching_ {
498<h2>How to search for particular words</h2>
499<p>
500  From the search page, you make a query in these simple steps:<p>
501 
502  <ol><li>Specify what documents you want to search
503      <li>Say whether you want to search for all or just some of the words
504      <li>Type in the words you want to search for
505      <li>Click the <i>Begin Search</i> button
506  </ol>
507
508<p>When you make a query, the titles of twenty matching documents will be shown.
509There is a button at the end to take you on to the next twenty documents.  From
510there you will find buttons to take you on to the third twenty or back to the
511first twenty, and so on.  Click the title of any document, or the little button
512beside it, to see it.
513
514<p>A maximum of 100 is imposed on the number of
515  documents returned.  You can change this number by clicking the
516  <i>preferences</i> button at the top of the page.<p>
517
518<p>_iconblankbar_
519<a name=query-terms>
520<h3>Search terms</h3>
521
522<p>Whatever you type into the query box is interpreted as a list of words
523called "search terms."  Each term contains nothing but alphabetic characters
524and digits.  Terms are separated by white space.  If any other characters such
525as punctuation appear, they serve to separate terms just as though they were
526spaces.  And then they are ignored.  You can't search for words that include
527punctuation.
528
529<p>For example, the query<p>
530    <ul><kbd>Agro-forestry in the Pacific Islands: Systems for Sustainability (1993)</kbd></ul>
531      <p>will be treated the same as<p>
532      <ul><kbd>Agro forestry in the Pacific Islands  Systems for Sustainability  1993 </kbd></ul><p>
533
534<p>_iconblankbar_
535<a name=query-type>
536<h3>Query type</h3>
537
538<p>There are two different kinds of query.
539
540<ul>
541  <li>Queries for <b>all</b> of the words.  These look for documents that
542      contain all the words you have specified.  Documents that satisfy the
543      query are displayed, in alphabetical order.<p>
544
545  <li>Queries for <b>some</b> of the words.  Just list some terms that are
546      likely to appear in the documents you are looking for.  Documents are
547      displayed in order of how closely they match the query.  When determining
548
549      the degree of match,
550
551      <p><ul>
552        <li> the more search terms a document contains, the closer it matches;
553        <li> rare terms are more important than common ones;
554        <li> short documents match better than long ones.
555      </ul>
556</ul>
557
558<p>Use as many search terms as you like--a whole sentence, or even a
559whole paragraph.  If you specify only
560one term, documents will be ordered by its frequency of occurrence.<p>
561_texthelpscope_
562}
563
564_textchangeprefs_ {Changing your preferences}
565
566_texthelppreferences_ {<h2>_textchangeprefs_</h2>
567
568<p>When you click the <i>preferences</i> button at the top of the page you will
569be able to change some features of the interface to suit your own requirements.
570
571<p>_iconblankbar_
572<a name=col-prefs>
573<h3 align=left>Collection preferences</h3>
574
575Some collections comprise several subcollections, which can be searched
576independently or together, as one unit.  If so, you can select which
577subcollections to include in your searches on the Preferences page.
578
579<p>_iconblankbar_
580<a name=pres-prefs>
581<h3 align=left>Presentation preferences</h3>
582
583Depending on the particular collection, there may be several options you can
584set that control the presentation.
585
586Collections of Web pages allow you to suppress the Greenstone navigation bar at
587the top of each document page, so that once you have done a search you land at
588the exact Web page that matches without any Greenstone header.  To do another
589search you will have to use your browser's "back" button.  These collections
590also allow you to suppress Greenstone's warning message when you click a link
591that takes you out of the digital library collection and on to the Web itself.
592And in some Web collections you can control whether the links on the "Search
593Results" page take you straight to the actual URL in question, rather than to
594the digital library's copy of the page.
595
596Collections that are capable of being presented in different languages allow
597you to specify the interface language.  If the language is Chinese, you can
598also specify which of the standard Chinese encodings your browser uses.
599
600Finally, all collections allow you to switch to a textual interface format
601rather than the standard graphical one.  This is particularly useful for
602visually impaired users who use large screen fonts or speech synthesizers for
603output.
604
605<p>_iconblankbar_
606<a name=search-prefs>
607<h3 align=left>Search preferences</h3>
608Two pairs of buttons control the case sensitivity and stemming of the searches
609that you make. The first set of buttons controls whether upper and lower case
610must match (case sensitivity).  The second set controls whether to ignore word
611endings or not (stemming).
612
613<p>For example, if the buttons <i>ignore case differences</i> and
614<i>ignore word endings</i> are selected, the query<p>
615    <ul><kbd>African building</kbd></ul>
616      <p>will be treated the same as<p>
617      <ul><kbd>africa builds</kbd></ul><p>
618      because the uppercase letter in "African" will be transformed to
619      lowercase, and  the suffixes "n" and "ing" will be removed from
620      "African" and "building" respectively (also, "s" would be removed from
621      "builds").
622
623<p>You can also switch to an "advanced" query mode which allows you to
624combine terms using AND (&), OR (|), and NOT (!). This allows you to
625specify more precise queries.
626
627<p>Finally, you can control the number of hits returned, and the number
628presented on each screenful.
629
630}
631
632_texttanumbrowseoptions_ {There are _numbrowseoptions_ ways to find information in this collection:}
633
634_textsimplehelpheading_ {How to find information}
635
636_texthelpscope_ {
637<p>_iconblankbar_
638<a name=scope-of-queries>
639<h3 align=left>Scope of queries</h3>
640
641<p>
642In most collections you can choose different indexes to search. For example, there might
643be author or title indexes. Or there might be chapter or paragraph indexes. Generally,
644the full matching document is returned regardless of which index you search.
645<p>If documents are books, they will be opened at the appropriate place.
646}
647
648####################################################################
649
650package query
651
652_textquerytitle_ {_If_(_thislast_,results _thisfirst_ - _thislast_ for query: _cgiargq_,No matches for query: _cgiargq_}
653_textnoquerytitle_ {Search page}
654
655_texticonthispage_ {search}
656_textsome_ {_If_(_cgiargb_,ranked,some)}
657_textall_ {_If_(_cgiargb_,boolean,all)}
658_texticonqueryresultsbar_ {}
659_textfreqmsg1_ {Word count: }
660_textpostprocess_ {_If_(_quotedquery_,<br><i>post-processed to find _quotedquery_</i>
661)}
662
663_textmorethan_ {More than }
664_textapprox_ {About }
665_textnodocs_ {No documents matched the query.}
666_text1doc_ {1 document matched the query.}
667_textlotsdocs_ {documents matched the query.}
668_textmatches_ {Matches }
669_textbeginsearch_ {Begin Search}
670
671# the textselect macro may need to be overridden for some collections
672# _hselection_, _jselection_ and _nselection_ are set from within the server
673# some or all of them may remain unset
674_textselect_ {_If_(_cgiargb_,_textadvancedsearch_,_textsimplesearch_)}
675
676_defaultindextext_ { all text }
677_textsimplesearch_ {Search for _If_(_hselection_, _hselection_, _defaultindextext_)_If_(_jselection_,_textjselect_)_If_(_nselection_, in _nselection_ language)
678which contain _querytypeselection_ of the words}
679
680_textadvancedsearch_ {Search_If_(_hselection_, _hselection_, _defaultindextext_)_If_(_jselection_,_textjselect_)_If_(_nselection_, in _nselection_ language)
681using _querytypeselection_ query}
682
683_textjselect_ {_If_(_hselection_, of) _jselection_}
684
685_querytypeselection_ {
686<select name="t">
687<option value="1"_If_(_cgiargt_, selected)>_textsome_
688<option value="0"_If_(_cgiargt_,, selected)>_textall_
689</select>
690}
691
692_textstemon_ { (ignoring word endings)}
693
694
695############################################################################
696
697package preferences
698
699_textsearchprefs_ {Search preferences}
700_textcollectionprefs_ {Collection preferences}
701_textpresentationprefs_ {Presentation preferences}
702_textpreferences_ {Preferences}
703_textignorecase_ { ignore case differences}
704_textmatchcase_ { upper/lower case must match}
705_textstem_ { ignore word endings}
706_textnostem_ { whole word must match}
707_textprefop_ {Return up to _maxdocoption_ hits with _hitsperpageoption_ hits per page.}
708_textextlink_ {Access to external Web pages: }
709_textintlink_ {Source documents retrieved from:}
710_textlanguage_ {Interface language: }
711_textencoding_ {Encoding: }
712_textformat_ {Interface format: }
713_textall_ {all}
714_textsimplemode_ {simple query mode}
715_textadvancedmode_ {advanced query mode (allows boolean searching using !, &, |, and parentheses)}
716_textlinkinterm_ {through intermediate page}
717_textlinkdirect_ {go directly there}
718_textdigitlib_ {the digital library}
719_textweb_ {the web}
720_textlangeng_ {English}
721_textlangmaori_ {M&auml;ori}
722_textlangchinese_ {Chinese}
723_textgraphical_ {Graphical}
724_texttextual_ {Textual}
725_textcollectionoption_ {<p>
726Subcollections to include:
727<br>}
728_textfcoption_ {Include navigation bar at top of document pages}
729_texthloption_ {Highlight search terms within document text}
730
731################################################################################
732
733package people
734
735_textpagetitle_ {NZDL: People}
736
737_textsmallrs_ {Related Staff}
738
739_textsawnzdl_ {Staff associated with the New Zealand Digital Library
740    project are:}
741_texttrsaawp_ {These research students and software support people are associated with the project:}
742
743_textstafftable_ {
744<table>
745<tr>
746  <td align=right valign=top width=100><a href="http://www.cs.waikato.ac.nz/~ihw">Ian Witten</a></td>
747  <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Project leader; co-author of <a href="http://www.cs.mu.oz.au/mg/"><i>Managing Gigabytes</i></a></td>
748</tr>
749<tr>
750  <td align=right valign=top><a href="http://www.cs.waikato.ac.nz/cs/Staff/mark-d.-apperley-.html">Mark Apperley</a></td>
751  <td _1_ align=left valign=top>User interfaces for readers</td>
752</tr>
753<tr>
754  <td align=right valign=top><a href="http://www.cs.waikato.ac.nz/cs/Staff/david-bainbridge.html">David Bainbridge</a></td>
755  <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Musical and Web-based collections; optical music recognition</td>
756</tr>
757<tr>
758  <td align=right valign=top><a
759href="http://www.cs.waikato.ac.nz/cs/Staff/sally-jo-cunningham.html">Sally Jo Cunningham</a></td>
760  <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Collections and usage studies</td>
761</tr>
762<tr>
763  <td align=right valign=top><a href="http://www.cs.waikato.ac.nz/cs/Staff/steve-jones.html">Steve Jones</a></td>
764  <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Phrase-based interfaces, collaborative browsing, usage analysis</td>
765</tr>
766<tr>
767  <td align=right valign=top><a
768  href="http://www.cs.waikato.ac.nz/cs/Staff/te-taka-keegan.html">Te Taka Keegan
769  </a></td>
770  <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Maori language systems</td>
771</tr>
772  <td align=right valign=top><a
773  href="http://www.cs.waikato.ac.nz/Staff/malika-mahoui.html">Malika
774  Mahoui</a></td>
775  <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Text mining, Arabic interfaces</td>
776</tr>
777</table>
778}
779
780_textgstable_ {
781<table>
782<tr>
783  <td align=right valign=top>George Buchanan</a></td>
784  <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Systems support</td>
785</tr>
786<tr>
787  <td align=right valign=top><a href="http://www.cs.waikato.ac.nz/~sjboddie">Stefan Boddie</a></td>
788  <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Systems support</td>
789</tr>
790<tr>
791  <td align=right valign=top><a href="http://www.cs.waikato.ac.nz/~rjmcnab">Rodger McNab</a></td>
792  <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Systems support</td>
793</tr>
794<tr>
795  <td align=right valign=top>YingYing Wen</a></td>
796  <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Text mining, Chinese libraries</td>
797</tr>
798<tr>
799  <td align=right valign=top>Stuart Yeates</a></td>
800  <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Text mining, acronym extraction</td>
801</tr>
802</table>
803}
804
805_textsmallcont_ {Other Contributors}
806_texttpcsp_ {These people have contributed strongly to the project:}
807
808_textconttable_ {
809<table>
810<tr>
811  <td align=right valign=top width=100>Mark Abrahams</td>
812  <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Client-side browsing interfaces using Java</td>
813</tr>
814<tr>
815  <td align=right valign=top width=100><a href="http://www.cosc.canterbury.ac.nz/~tim">Tim Bell</a></td>
816  <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Co-author of <a href="http://www.cs.mu.oz.au/mg/"><i>Managing Gigabytes</i></a></td>
817</tr>
818<tr>
819  <td align=right valign=top>Matt Humphrey</td>
820  <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Information visualization in the digital library</td>
821</tr>
822<tr>
823  <td align=right valign=top><a
824href="http://www.cs.waikato.ac.nz/~singlis">Stuart Inglis</a></td>
825  <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Document image analysis and optical character recognition</td>
826</tr>
827<tr>
828  <td align=right valign=top>Trent Mankelow</a></td>
829  <td _1_ align=left valign=top>School Journal prototype</td>
830</tr>
831<tr>
832  <td align=right valign=top><a href="http://www.cosc.canterbury.ac.nz/~bruce">Bruce McKenzie</a></td>
833  <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Original interface to MG</td>
834</tr>
835<tr>
836  <td align=right valign=top><a href="http://www.cs.mu.oz.au/~alistair">Alistair Moffat</a></td>
837  <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Co-author of <a href="http://www.cs.mu.oz.au/mg/"><i>Managing Gigabytes</i></a>,
838created the MG software</td>
839</tr>
840<tr>
841  <td align=right valign=top>Todd Reed</td>
842  <td _1_ align=left valign=top>PostScript to text conversion, user interface, WWW server, index building, FTP</td>
843</tr>
844<tr>
845  <td align=right valign=top><a
846href="http://www.cs.waikato.ac.nz/cs/Staff/don-a.-smith.html">Don Smith</a></td>
847  <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Special needs of libraries for mathematical and theoretical materials</td>
848</tr>
849<tr>
850  <td align=right valign=top>Che Tamahori</td>
851  <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Designer of New Zealand Digital Library Web
852  pages</td>
853</tr>
854<tr>
855  <td align=right valign=top><a
856href="http://www.cs.waikato.ac.nz/~wjt">Bill Teahan</a></td>
857  <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Language modeling</td>
858</tr>
859<tr>
860  <td align=right valign=top>Mahendra Vallabh</td>
861  <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Original FTP script</td>
862</tr>
863<tr>
864  <td align=right valign=top><a
865href="http://www.cs.waikato.ac.nz/cs/Staff/lloyd-a.-smith.html">Lloyd Smith</a></td>
866  <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Music collections and music retrieval</td>
867</tr>
868<tr>
869  <td align=right valign=top>John Venable</td>
870  <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Requirements for digital libraries, and collections for information systems</td>
871</tr>
872</table>
873}
874
875_textaffiliates_ {There are several affiliates at other universities:}
876
877_textaffiliatetable_ {
878<table>
879<tr>
880  <td align=right valign=top>Elke Duenker</td>
881  <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Cross-cultural issues</td>
882</tr>
883<tr>
884  <td align=right valign=top><a href="http://www.cs.waikato.ac.nz/~cgn/
885">Craig Nevill-Manning</a></td>
886  <td _1_ align=left valign=top>PostScript to text conversion, user
887interface, WWW server, index
888building, FTP</td>
889</tr>
890<tr>
891  <td align=right valign=top>Nina Reeves</td>
892  <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Librarians and library users</td>
893</tr>
894<tr>
895  <td align=right valign=top>Yin Leng Theng</td>
896  <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Digital libraries for schools</td>
897</tr>
898<tr>
899  <td align=right valign=top>Harold Thimbleby</td>
900  <td _1_ align=left valign=top>User interfaces for digital
901libraries</td>
902</tr>
903</table>
904}
905
906############################################################################
907
908package technology
909
910_textpagetitle_ {NZDL: Technology}
911
912
913############################################################################
914
915package status
916
917_textframebrowser_ {You must have a frame enabled browser to view this.}
918_textusermanage_ {User management}
919_textlistusers_ {list users}
920_textaddusers_ {add a new user}
921
922_textinfo_ {Information}
923_textgeneral_ {general}
924_textarguments_ {arguments}
925_textactions_ {actions}
926_textprotocols_ {protocols}
927
928_textcollections_ {Collections}
929_textnewcoll_ {new collection}
930_texteditcoll_ {edit collection}
931_textbuildcoll_ {build collection}
932_textdeletecoll_ {delete collection}
933
934_textlogs_ {Logs}
935_textinitlog_ {init log}
936_texterrorlog_ {error log}
937
938_textreturnhome_ {Return to home page}
939
940_titlewelcome_ { Maintenance and Administration }
941
942_welcome_ {
943
944<p> Maintenance and administration services available include:
945    view on-line logs;
946    create, maintain and update collections;
947    and access technical information such as CGI arguments. 
948    These services are accessed using the
949    side navigation bar on the lefthand side of the page.
950}
951
952########################################################################
953
954package html
955
956_textframebrowser_ {You must have a frame enabled browser to view this.}
957
958########################################################################
959
960package extlink
961
962_textextlink_ {External Link}
963_textlinknotfound_{Internal Link not Found}
964
965_textextlinkcontent_ {The link you have selected is external to any of your currently selected collections.
966    If you still wish to view this link and your browser has access to
967    the Web, you can <a href="_nexturl_">go forward</a> to this page; otherwise
968    use your browsers "back" button to return to the previous document.}
969
970_textlinknotfoundcontent_ {For reasons beyond our control, the internal link you have selected
971    does not exist.  This is probably due to an error in the source collection.
972    Use your browsers "back" button to return to the previous document.}
973
974
975#########################################################################
976
977package authen
978
979_textGSDLtitle_ {Greenstone Digital Library}
980
981_textusername_ {username}
982_textpassword_ {password}
983
984_textmessageinvalid_ {The page you have requested requires you to sign in.
985Please enter your username and password.}
986
987_textmessagefailed_ {Either your user name or password was incorrect.}
988
989_textmessagedisabled_ {Sorry, your account has been disabled. Please contact
990the webmaster for this site.}
991
992_textmessagepermissiondenied_ {Sorry, you do not have permission to access this page.}
993
994_textmessagestalekey_ {The link you have followed is now stale.
995Please enter your password to access this page.}
996
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