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19.01.2010 14:05:09 (9 years ago)
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    4141Choose one of the following three methods: 
    4242<ul> 
    43 <li><b>Easy:</b> You can download the *.tar.gz or *.zip version which contains the executable files (and the source files too). Download the gs3-webservices-democlient from <b>LOCATION</b> and unzip it.</li> 
     43<li><b>Easy:</b> You can download the *.tar.gz or *.zip version which contains the executable files (and the source files too). Go to the download link at the bottom of the page <a href="http://www.greenstone.org/greenstone3-home">http://www.greenstone.org/greenstone3-home</a>, download the gs3-webservices-democlient and unzip it.</li> 
    4444<li><b>Involves compiling:</b> You can compile the source files that are included in the *.tar.gz and *.zip versions. You will need Apache Ant 1.6.5 and JDK1.5 (Java 5) for this. Unzip the zip/tar.gz file and follow the steps in the section Compiling the Client below.</li> 
    4545<li><b>Involves compiling:</b> You can also obtain the client source code from Greenstone 3's SVN repository and compile it up. You will need Apache Ant 1.6.5, JDK1.5 (Java 5) and an SVN command line client in order to do this. (See the GS3 wiki page <a href="http://wiki.greenstone.org/wiki/index.php/Walkthrough:_installing_Greenstone_3_from_SVN_source_on_Windows">Walkthrough: installing Greenstone 3 from SVN source on Windows</a>, section "Preparation: what you need" for more information on where to get an SVN command-line client and how to install it.)<br />