Changeset 22927

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20.09.2010 12:12:11 (9 years ago)
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sjm84
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A few more minor updates to the Greenstone tutorials for 2.84

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    3041 <Text id="0790a">Open a DOS window to access the command-line prompt. This facility should be located somewhere within your <Menu>Start &rarr; Programs</Menu> menu, but details vary between different Windows systems. If you cannot locate it, select <Menu>Start &rarr; Run</Menu> and enter <Command>cmd</Command> in the popup window that appears.</Text> 
     3041<Text id="0790a">Open a DOS window to access the command-line prompt. This facility should be located somewhere within your <Menu>Start &rarr; Programs</Menu> menu, but details vary between different Windows systems. If you cannot locate it and you are running <AutoText text="Windows XP"/>, select <Menu>Start &rarr; Run</Menu> and enter <Command>cmd</Command> in the popup window that appears. In either <AutoText text="Windows Vista"/> or <AutoText text="Windows 7"/>, click the Start button and type <Command>cmd</Command> in the search box at the bottom of the Start menu.</Text> 
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    30733073<Text id="gems-1">Editing metadata sets</Text> 
    30743074</Title> 
    3075 <Version initial="2.70w" current="2.82"/> 
     3075<Version initial="2.70w" current="2.84"/> 
    30763076<Content> 
    30773077<Text id="gems-2">GEMS (Greenstone Editor for Metadata Sets) can be used to modify existing metadata sets or create new ones. GEMS is launched from the Librarian Interface when you want to create a new metadata set, or edit an existing one. In this exercise, we run GEMS outside of the Librarian Interface.</Text> 
     
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    3082 <Text id="gems-4">Start the Greenstone Editor for Metadata Sets (GEMS), for versions 2.81 and greater:</Text> 
    3083 <Text id="gems-5"><Menu>Start &rarr; All Programs &rarr; Greenstone-2.81 &rarr; Metadata Set Editor</Menu></Text> 
    3084 <Text id="gems-5a">and for versions below 2.81:</Text> 
    3085 <Text id="gems-5b"><Menu>Start &rarr; All Programs &rarr; Greenstone Digital Library Software &rarr; Greenstone Editor for Metadata Sets</Menu></Text> 
     3082<Text id="gems-4">Start the Greenstone Editor for Metadata Sets (GEMS)</Text> 
     3083<Text id="gems-5"><Menu>Start &rarr; All Programs &rarr; Greenstone-2.84 &rarr; Metadata Set Editor (GEMS)</Menu></Text> 
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    31163114</Title> 
    31173115<SampleFiles folder="demo"/> 
    3118 <Version initial="2.70w" current="2.81"/> 
     3116<Version initial="2.70w" current="2.84"/> 
    31193117<Content> 
    31203118<Text id="indexers-2">Greenstone supports three indexers <b>MG</b>, <b>MGPP</b> and <b>Lucene</b>. </Text> 
    31213119<Text id="indexers-3"><b>MG</b> is the original indexer used by Greenstone which is described in the book <b>"Managing Gigabytes"</b>. It does section level indexing and compression of the source documents. <b>MG</b> is implemented in C. </Text> 
    31223120<Text id="indexers-4"><b>MGPP</b> is re-implementation of <b>MG</b> that provides word-level indexes and enables proximity, phrase and field searching. <b>MGPP</b> is implemented in C++ and is the default indexer for new collections.</Text> 
    3123 <Text id="indexers-5"><b>Lucene</b> (http://lucene.apache.org/) is java-based full-featured text indexing and searching system developed by Apache. It provides a similar range of search functionality to MGPP with the addition of single-character wildcards and range searching. It was added to Greenstone to facilitate incremental collection building, which <b>MG</b> and <b>MGPP</b> can't provide.</Text> 
     3121<Text id="indexers-5"><b>Lucene</b> (<Link>http://lucene.apache.org/</Link>) is java-based full-featured text indexing and searching system developed by Apache. It provides a similar range of search functionality to MGPP with the addition of single-character wildcards and range searching. It was added to Greenstone to facilitate incremental collection building, which <b>MG</b> and <b>MGPP</b> can't provide.</Text> 
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    31253123<Text id="indexers-6">Build with Lucene</Text> 
     
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    3137 <Text id="indexers-9">Go to the <AutoText key="glidict::GUI.Enrich"/> panel, look at the metadata that associated with each directory. Go to the <AutoText key="glidict::CDM.GUI.Indexes"/> section in the <AutoText key="glidict::GUI.Design"/> panel. The <b>MG indexer</b> is in use because the original <b>Greenstone Demo</b> collection, which this collection is based on, uses <b>MG indexer</b>.</Text> 
     3135<Text id="indexers-9">Go to the <AutoText key="glidict::GUI.Enrich"/> panel, look at the metadata that associated with each directory. Go to the <AutoText key="glidict::CDM.GUI.Indexes"/> section in the <AutoText key="glidict::GUI.Design"/> panel. The <b>MGPP indexer</b> is in use because the <b>Greenstone Demo</b> collection, which this collection is based on, uses <b>MGPP indexer</b>.</Text> 
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    32363234<SampleFiles folder="demo_NewFiles"/> 
    32373235<Prerequisite id="indexers"/> 
    3238 <Version initial="2.71" current="2.81"/> 
     3236<Version initial="2.71" current="2.84"/> 
    32393237<Content> 
    32403238<Text id="depositor-2">Collections built with <i>Lucene</i> indexer support incremental addition of documents. The <b>import</b> and <b>build</b> process by default delete old index files in the <b>index</b> directory and intermediate files in the <b>archives</b> directory. With incremental building, the <b>import</b> and <b>build</b> process will keep the old files and only process the new ones that haven’t been indexed.</Text>