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23.02.2000 09:43:05 (20 years ago)
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  • trunk/gsdl/macros/base.dm

    r942 r964  
    380380_heightibtext_ {21} 
    381381 
     382_httpiconimpegvideo_ {_httpimg_/impegvideo.gif} 
     383_widthimpegvideo_ {29} 
     384_heightimpegvideo_ {32} 
     385 
     386_httpiconiqtvideo_ {_httpimg_/iqtvideo.gif} 
     387_widthiqtvideo_ {29} 
     388_heightiqtvideo_ {32} 
     389 
     390_httpiconirmvideo_ {_httpimg_/irmvideo.gif} 
     391_widthirmvideo_ {29} 
     392_heightirmvideo_ {32} 
     393 
    382394_httpiconless_ {_httpimg_/less.gif} 
    383395_widthless_ {30} 
  • trunk/gsdl/macros/english.dm

    r949 r964  
    44# 
    55###################################################################### 
     6# 
     7# This is the main macro file for translation when creating an  
     8# interface in another language. 
     9# 
     10# Under the 'text macros' comments are text macros of the form: 
     11# _macroname_ {macro value} 
     12# Everything between the {} is the text to be translated. This text  
     13# may itself contain macros (i.e. characters other than space between 
     14# underscore characters, e.g. _about:numdocs_ or _textpage_). These 
     15# macro names occurring within text shouldn't be translated but should 
     16# be left as they are. Underscores or curly brackets occurring  
     17# naturally within the text should be escaped with a leading backslash 
     18# (i.e. '\_', '\{' or '\}). 
     19# 
     20# Under the 'icons' comments are macros concerned with displaying 
     21# icons which themselves contain text. 
     22# Above each macro (or group of macros) for an icon is a comment line 
     23# that looks something like '## "HOME" ## top_nav_button ## chome ##'. 
     24# The first field of the comment ("HOME" in this case) is the text 
     25# that appears in the english version of the icon. This is the text 
     26# that must be translated, nothing needs to be done to the macros  
     27# themselves. The other two fields of the comments are used by  
     28# automatic icon generating software which reads the newly translated 
     29# file and generates appropriate icons. 
     30# 
     31# Comment lines (other than those described above) need not be  
     32# translated (i.e. any lines beginning with '#', like this line). 
     33# 
     34# The simplest way to translate this file is to save it as something 
     35# else (e.g. french.dm) and work through translating all the text 
     36# macro values and icon comments. 
     37# 
     38###################################################################### 
    639 
    740 
     
    1043package Global 
    1144###################################################################### 
     45 
    1246 
    1347#------------------------------------------------------------ 
     
    89123#------------------------------------------------------------ 
    90124 
    91 ## HOME ## 
     125## "HOME" ## top_nav_button ## chome ## 
    92126_httpiconchomeof_ {_httpimg_/chomeof.gif} 
    93127_httpiconchomeon_ {_httpimg_/chomeon.gif} 
     
    95129_heightchomex_ {20} 
    96130 
    97 ## HELP ## 
     131## "HELP" ## top_nav_button ## chelp ## 
    98132_httpiconchelpof_ {_httpimg_/chelpof.gif} 
    99133_httpiconchelpon_ {_httpimg_/chelpon.gif} 
     
    101135_heightchelpx_ {20} 
    102136 
    103 ## PREFERENCES ## 
     137## "PREFERENCES" ## top_nav_button ## cpref ## 
    104138_httpiconcprefof_ {_httpimg_/cprefof.gif} 
    105139_httpiconcprefon_ {_httpimg_/cprefon.gif} 
     
    107141_heightcprefx_ {20} 
    108142 
    109 ## help ## 
     143## "help" ## green_title ## h_help ## 
    110144_httpiconhhelp_ {_httpimg_/h\_help.gif} 
    111145_widthhhelp_ {200} 
    112146_heighthhelp_ {57} 
    113147 
    114 ## authors a-z ## 
     148## "authors a-z" ## nav_bar_button ## tauth ## 
    115149_httpicontauthgr_ {_httpimg_/tauthgr.gif} 
    116150_httpicontauthof_ {_httpimg_/tauthof.gif} 
     
    119153_heighttauthx_ {17} 
    120154 
    121 ## series ## 
     155## "series" ## nav_bar_button ## tser ## 
    122156_httpicontsergr_ {_httpimg_/tsergr.gif} 
    123157_httpicontserof_ {_httpimg_/tserof.gif} 
     
    126160_heighttserx_ {17} 
    127161 
    128 ## dates ## 
     162## "dates" ## nav_bar_button ## tdate ## 
    129163_httpicontdategr_ {_httpimg_/tdategr.gif} 
    130164_httpicontdateof_ {_httpimg_/tdateof.gif} 
     
    133167_heighttdatex_ {17} 
    134168 
    135 ## subjects ## 
     169## "subjects" ## nav_bar_button ## tsubj ## 
    136170_httpicontsubjgr_ {_httpimg_/tsubjgr.gif} 
    137171_httpicontsubjon_ {_httpimg_/tsubjon.gif} 
     
    140174_heighttsubjx_ {17} 
    141175 
    142 ## organization ## 
     176## "organization" ## nav_bar_button ## torg ## 
    143177_httpicontorggr_{_httpimg_/torggr.gif} 
    144178_httpicontorgon_{_httpimg_/torgon.gif} 
     
    147181_heighttorgx_ {17} 
    148182 
    149 ## how to ## 
     183## "how to" ## nav_bar_button ## thow ## 
    150184_httpiconthowgr_{_httpimg_/thowgr.gif} 
    151185_httpiconthowon_{_httpimg_/thowon.gif} 
     
    154188_heightthowx_ {17} 
    155189 
    156 ## topic ## 
     190## "topic" ## nav_bar_button ## ttopic ## 
    157191_httpiconttopicgr_{_httpimg_/ttopicgr.gif} 
    158192_httpiconttopicon_{_httpimg_/ttopicon.gif} 
     
    161195_heightttopicx_ {17} 
    162196 
    163 ## browse ## 
     197## "browse" ## nav_bar_button ## tbrwse ## 
    164198_httpicontbrwsegr_{_httpimg_/tbrwsegr.gif} 
    165199_httpicontbrwseon_{_httpimg_/tbrwseon.gif} 
     
    168202_heighttbrwsex_ {17} 
    169203 
    170 ## search ## 
     204## "search" ## nav_bar_button ## tsrch ## 
    171205_httpicontsrchgr_ {_httpimg_/tsrchgr.gif} 
    172206_httpicontsrchof_ {_httpimg_/tsrchof.gif} 
     
    175209_heighttsrchx_ {17} 
    176210 
    177 ## titles a-z ## 
     211## "titles a-z" ## nav_bar_button ## ttitl ## 
    178212_httpiconttitlgr_ {_httpimg_/ttitlgr.gif} 
    179213_httpiconttitlof_ {_httpimg_/ttitlof.gif} 
     
    182216_heightttitlx_ {17} 
    183217 
    184 ## people ## 
     218## "people" ## nav_bar_button ## tpeop ## 
    185219_httpicontpeopgr_ {_httpimg/tpeopgr.gif} 
    186220_httpicontpeopof_ {_httpimg/tpeopof.gif} 
     
    196230###################################################################### 
    197231 
     232 
    198233#------------------------------------------------------------ 
    199234# text macros 
     
    209244currently using on the Preferences page.} 
    210245 
     246 
    211247#------------------------------------------------------------ 
    212248# icons 
    213249#------------------------------------------------------------ 
    214250 
    215 ## about ## 
     251## "about" ## green_title ## h_about ## 
    216252_httpiconhabout_ {_httpimg_/h\_about.gif} 
    217253_widthhabout_ {200} 
     
    224260package document 
    225261###################################################################### 
     262 
    226263 
    227264#------------------------------------------------------------ 
     
    285322#------------------------------------------------------------ 
    286323 
    287 ## titles a-z ## 
     324## "titles a-z" ## green_title ## h_title ## 
    288325_httpiconhtitle_ {_httpimg_/h\_title.gif} 
    289326_widthhtitle_ {200} 
    290327_heighthtitle_ {57} 
    291328 
    292 ## authors a-z ## 
     329## "authors a-z" ## green_title ## h_auth ## 
    293330_httpiconhauth_ {_httpimg_/h\_auth.gif} 
    294331_widthhauth_ {200} 
    295332 
    296 ## subjects ## 
     333## "subjects" ## green_title ## h_subj ## 
    297334_httpiconhsubj_ {_httpimg_/h\_subj.gif} 
    298335_widthhsubj_ {200} 
    299336_heighthsubj_ {57} 
    300337 
    301 ## series ## 
     338## "series" ## green_title ## h_ser ## 
    302339_httpiconhser_ {_httpimg_/h\_ser.gif} 
    303340_widthhser_ {200} 
    304341_heighthser_ {57} 
    305342 
    306 ## dates ## 
     343## "dates" ## green_title ## h_date ## 
    307344_httpiconhdate_ {_httpimg_/h\_date.gif} 
    308345_widthhdate_ {200} 
    309346_heighthdate_ {57} 
    310347 
    311 ## how to ## 
     348## "how to" ## green_title ## h_how ## 
    312349_httpiconhhow_ {_httpimg_/h\_how.gif} 
    313350_widthhhow_ {200} 
    314351_heighthhow_ {57} 
    315352 
    316 ## topics ## 
     353## "topics" ## green_title ## h_topic ## 
    317354_httpiconhtopic_ {_httpimg_/h\_topic.gif} 
    318355_widthhtopic_ {200} 
    319356_heighthtopic_ {57} 
    320357 
    321 ## organization ## 
     358## "organization" ## green_title ## h_org ## 
    322359_httpiconhorg_ {_httpimg_/h\_org.gif} 
    323360_widthhorg_ {250} 
    324361_heighthorg_ {57} 
    325362 
    326 ## browse ## 
     363## "browse" ## green_title ## h_brwse ## 
    327364_httpiconhbrwse_ {_httpimg_/h\_brwse.gif} 
    328365_widthhbrwse_ {200} 
    329366_heighthbrwse_ {57} 
    330367 
    331 ## people ## 
     368## "people" ## green_title ## h_people ## 
    332369_httpiconhpeople_ {_httpimg_/h\_people.gif} 
    333370_widthhpeople_ {200} 
    334371_heighthpeople_ {57} 
    335372 
    336 ## CONTINUE? ## 
     373## "CONTINUE?" ## top_nav_button ## cont ## 
    337374_httpiconcontoff_ {_httpimg_/contoff.gif} 
    338375_httpiconconton_ {_httpimg_/conton.gif} 
     
    340377_heightcontx_ {17} 
    341378 
    342 ## EXPAND TEXT ## 
     379## "EXPAND TEXT" ## document_button ## eallt ##  
    343380_httpiconealltof_ {_httpimg_/ealltof.gif} 
    344381_httpiconeallton_ {_httpimg_/eallton.gif} 
     
    346383_heightealltx_ {30} 
    347384 
    348 ## CONTRACT CONTENTS ## 
     385## "CONTRACT CONTENTS" ## document_button ## econc ## 
    349386_httpiconeconcof_ {_httpimg_/econcof.gif} 
    350387_httpiconeconcon_ {_httpimg_/econcon.gif} 
     
    352389_heighteconcx_ {30} 
    353390 
    354 ## DETACH ## 
     391## "DETACH" ## document_button ## edtch ## 
    355392_httpiconedtchof_ {_httpimg_/edtchof.gif} 
    356393_httpiconedtchon_ {_httpimg_/edtchon.gif} 
     
    358395_heightedtchx_ {30} 
    359396 
    360 ## EXPAND CONTENTS ## 
     397## "EXPAND CONTENTS" ## document_button ## eexpc ## 
    361398_httpiconeexpcof_ {_httpimg_/eexpcof.gif} 
    362399_httpiconeexpcon_ {_httpimg_/eexpcon.gif} 
     
    364401_heighteexpcx_ {30} 
    365402 
    366 ## CONTRACT TEXT ## 
     403## "CONTRACT TEXT" ## document_button ## etsec ## 
    367404_httpiconetsecof_ {_httpimg_/etsecof.gif} 
    368405_httpiconetsecon_ {_httpimg_/etsecon.gif} 
     
    370407_heightetsecx_ {30} 
    371408 
    372 ## HIGHLIGHTING ## 
     409## "HIGHLIGHTING" ## document_button ## ehl ## 
    373410_httpiconehlof_ {_httpimg_/ehlof.gif} 
    374411_httpiconehlon_ {_httpimg_/ehlon.gif} 
     
    376413_heightehlx_ {30} 
    377414 
    378 ## NO HIGHLIGHTING ## 
     415## "NO HIGHLIGHTING" ## document_button ## enhl ## 
    379416_httpiconenhlof_ {_httpimg_/enhlof.gif} 
    380417_httpiconenhlon_ {_httpimg_/enhlon.gif} 
     
    383420 
    384421 
    385 ###################################################################### 
    386 # 'home' page 
    387 package home 
    388 ###################################################################### 
    389  
    390 #------------------------------------------------------------ 
    391 # text macros 
    392 #------------------------------------------------------------ 
    393  
    394 _documents_ { documents. } 
    395 _lastupdate_ {Last updated} 
    396 _ago_ {days ago.} 
    397 _colnotbuilt_ {Collection not built.} 
    398  
    399 _textpeople_ {People} 
    400 _textfb_ {Feedback} 
    401 _textpub_ {Publications} 
    402 _texttec_ {Technology} 
    403 _textrw_ {Related Work} 
    404 _textinfosheet_ {Info Sheet} 
    405 _textscreenshots_ {Screen Shots} 
    406 _textnpepainfosheet_ {Niupepa Info Sheet} 
    407 _textpagetitle_ {Greenstone Digital Library} 
    408 _textprojhead_ {The New Zealand Digital Library Project} 
    409  
    410 _textprojinfo_ { 
    411 <h4>The NZDL system</h4> 
    412  
    413 <p> The New Zealand Digital Library system comprises several demonstration 
    414 collections -- computer science technical reports and bibliographies, 
    415 literary works, humanitarian and development information, magazines -- and 
    416 makes them available over the Web through full-text interfaces.  Behind the 
    417 query interface lies a huge collection providing gigabytes of information. 
    418 We hope you find what you want, or at least something intriguing! 
    419  
    420 <h4>The Greenstone software</h4> 
    421  
    422 <p> The Greenstone Digital Library software provides a new way of 
    423 organizing information and making it available over the Internet.  A 
    424 <i>collection</i> of information comprises several (typically several 
    425 thousand, or even several million) <i>documents</i>, which share a uniform 
    426 searching and browsing interface.  The collections in a library are 
    427 organized in a different way--though they share a strong family 
    428 resemblance.  Although primarily designed for access over the Web, 
    429 Greenstone collections can be made available, in precisely the same form, 
    430 on CD-ROM for standalone PCs.  Greenstone is open-source software, 
    431 available under the terms of the Gnu public linense. 
    432   
    433 <h4>The research</h4> 
    434  
    435 <p> The goal of our research program is to explore the potential of 
    436 internet-based digital libraries.  Our vision is to develop systems that 
    437 automatically impose structure on anarchic, uncatalogued, distributed 
    438 repositories of information, thereby providing information consumers with 
    439 effective tools to locate what they need and to peruse it conveniently and 
    440 comfortably.  Our research objectives are to 
    441  
    442 <ul> 
    443   <li> develop technology for creating and automatically 
    444       maintaining collections; 
    445   <li> monitor usage to study library users' needs; 
    446   <li> look at novel interfaces that cater to a wide spectrum of users; 
    447   <li> find ways to abstract layout and bibliographic information 
    448       from document files; 
    449   <li> use this information to enhance presentation and for 
    450       bibliometric research; 
    451   <li> assess potential subject areas for public-domain collections; 
    452   <li> survey and critique other digital library projects. 
    453 </ul> 
    454 } 
    455  
    456 _textotherinfo_ { 
    457 <table border=0 cellpadding=5><tr valign=top> 
    458 <td width=50%> 
    459 <h4>Global Help Projects vzw</h4> 
    460  
    461 <a href="http://www.globalprojects.org">Global Help Projects</a> is a 
    462 registered charity responsible for the Humanity Libraries Project that 
    463 provides universal low-cost information access through co-operation between 
    464 UN Agencies, universities and NGOs.  Global Help Projects collaborate 
    465 extensively with the NZDL project, and use the Greenstone software. 
    466 </td><td width=50%>  
    467  
    468 <h4>DigiLib Systems Limited</h4> 
    469  
    470 <p><a href="http://www.digilibs.com/">DigiLib Systems Limited</a> is an 
    471 innovative software company that creates international digital libraries. 
    472 As a major contributor to the Greenstone Digital Library Software they are 
    473 able to build, customize, and extend digital libraries to meet exacting 
    474 needs.  Please <a href="mailto:contact@digilibs.com">contact</a> them for 
    475 an obligation free quote.  </td></tr></table> } 
    476  
    477 _textpoem_ { 
    478 <br><h2 align=left>Kia papapounamu te moana</h2> 
    479  
    480         <p>kia hora te marino, 
    481         <br>kia tere te karohirohi, 
    482         <br>kia papapounamu te moana 
    483  
    484         <p>may peace and calmness surround you, 
    485         <br>may you reside in the warmth of a summer's haze, 
    486         <br>may the ocean of your travels be as smooth as the polished greenstone. 
    487 } 
    488  
    489 _textgreenstone_ { <p><br> Greenstone is a semi-precious stone that (like 
    490 this software) is sourced in New Zealand.  In traditional Maori society it 
    491 was the most highly prized and sought after of all substances.  It can 
    492 absorb and hold <i>wairua</i>, which is a spirit or life force, and is 
    493 endowed with traditional virtues that make it an appropriate emblem for a 
    494 public-domain digital library project.  Its lustre shows charity; its 
    495 translucence, honesty; its toughness, courage; and the sharp edge it can 
    496 take, justice.  The carved piece used in the Greenstone Digital Library 
    497 Software logo is a <i>patu</i> or fighting club, and is a family heirloom 
    498 of one of our project members.  In hand-to-hand combat its delivery is very 
    499 quick, very accurate, and very complete.  We like to think these qualities 
    500 also apply to our software, the razor sharp edge of the <i>patu</i> 
    501 symbolizing the leading edge of technology. 
    502  
    503 <p><a href="mailto:greenstone@cs.waikato.ac.nz">Greenstone Digital Library Software</a> 
    504 <br><a href="http://www.cs.waikato.ac.nz/cs">Computer Science Department</a>,  
    505 <a href="http://www.waikato.ac.nz">University of Waikato</a>, New Zealand 
    506  
    507 <br>October 1999 
    508 } 
    509  
    510  
    511 #------------------------------------------------------------ 
    512 # icons 
    513 #------------------------------------------------------------ 
    514  
    515 ## THE NEW ZEALAND DIGITAL LIBRARY ## 
    516 _httpiconnzdl_ {_httpimg_/nzdl2gr.gif} 
    517 _widthnzdl_ {457} 
    518 _heightnzdl_ {181} 
    519  
    520 ## select a collection ## 
    521 _httpiconselcolgr_ {_httpimg_/selcolgr.gif} 
    522 _widthselcolgr_ {537} 
    523 _heightselcolgr_ {17} 
    524  
    525  
    526 ###################################################################### 
    527 # 'help' page 
    528 package help 
    529 ###################################################################### 
    530  
    531 #------------------------------------------------------------ 
    532 # text macros 
    533 #------------------------------------------------------------ 
    534  
    535 _textHelp_ {Help} 
    536 _textSearchshort_ {search for particular words} 
    537 _textSeriesshort_ {access publications by series} 
    538 _textDateshort_ {access publications by date} 
    539 _textSubjectshort_ {access publications by subject} 
    540 _textTitleshort_ {access publications by title} 
    541 _textBrowseshort_ {browse publications} 
    542 _textCreatorshort_ {access publications by author} 
    543 _textOrganizationshort_ {access publications by organization} 
    544 _textHowtoshort_ {access publications by how to listing} 
    545 _textTopicshort_ {access publications by topic} 
    546 _textPeopleshort_ {access publications by people} 
    547 _textdefaultshorttext_ {undefined classification} 
    548  
    549 _textSearchlong_ { <p>You can <i>search for particular words</i> that 
    550 appear in the text from the "search" page. This is the first page that 
    551 comes up when you begin, and can be reached from other pages by pressing 
    552 the <i>search</i> button.  } 
    553  
    554 _textTitlelong_ { <p>You can <i>access publications by title</i> by 
    555 pressing the <i>titles a-z</i> button.  This brings up a list of books in 
    556 alphabetic order.  } 
    557  
    558 _textOrganizationlong_ { <p>You can <i>access publications by 
    559 organization</i> by pressing the <i>organization</i> button.  This brings 
    560 up a list of organizations.  } 
    561  
    562 _textHowtolong_ { <p>You can <i>access publications by how to listing</i> 
    563 by pressing the <i>how to</i> button.  This brings up a list of how to 
    564 strings.  } 
    565  
    566 _textCreatorlong_ { <p>You can <i>access publications by author</i> by 
    567 pressing the <i>authors a-z</i> button.  This brings up a list of books, 
    568 sorted by author name.  } 
    569  
    570 _textTopiclong_ { <p>You can <i>access publications by topic</i> by 
    571 pressing the <i>topic</i> button.  This brings up a list of topics to 
    572 browse.  } 
    573  
    574 _textSubjectlong_ { <p>You can <i>access publications by subject</i> by 
    575 pressing the <i>subjects</i> button.  This brings up a list of subjects, 
    576 represented by bookshelves.  } 
    577  
    578 _textSerieslong_ { <p>You can <i>access publications by series</i> by 
    579 pressing the <i>series</i> button.  This brings up a list of those series 
    580 which are currently in the collection.  } 
    581  
    582 _textDatelong_ { <p>You can <i>access publications by date</i> by pressing 
    583 the <i>dates</i> button.  This brings up a list of all the issues, sorted 
    584 chronologically.  } 
    585  
    586 _textBrowselong_ { <p>You can <i>browse publications</i> by pressing the 
    587 <i>browse</i> button.  } 
    588  
    589 _textPeoplelong_ { <p>You can <i>access publications by people</i> by 
    590 pressing the <i>people a-z</i> button.  This brings up a list of entries, 
    591 sorted by surname.  } 
    592  
    593 _textdefaultlongtext_ { <p>Click on the <i>unknown</i> button to browse 
    594 publications (listing is sorted by an unknown field).  } 
    595  
    596 _texthelptopics_ { 
    597 <h2 align=left>Topics</h2> 
    598 <ul> 
    599   <li><a href="\#finding-information">_textsimplehelpheading_</a> 
    600   _topicreadingdocs_ 
    601   <li><a href="\#searching">How to search for particular words</a> 
    602 <ul> 
    603   <li><a href="\#query-terms">Search terms</a> 
    604   <li><a href="\#query-type">Query type</a> 
    605   <li><a href="\#scope-of-queries">Scope of queries</a> 
    606 </ul> 
    607   <li><a href="\#preferences">_textchangeprefs_</a> 
    608 <ul> 
    609   <li><a href="\#col-prefs">Collection preferences</a> 
    610   <li><a href="\#pres-prefs">Presentation preferences</a> 
    611   <li><a href="\#search-prefs">Search preferences</a> 
    612 </ul> 
    613 </ul> 
    614 } 
    615  
    616 # there are 4 versions of this section of the help text. 
    617 # which version is used is currently set within the server 
    618 # (it should probably use the macro language e.g. [type=book]) 
    619 # 1 = html (like fao collections) -- section is empty 
    620 # 2 = book (like hdl collection) -- macros beginning with book 
    621 # 3 = bibliographic (like csbib) -- macros beginning with bib 
    622 # 4 = standard (like gberg) -- the default 
    623  
    624 _topicreadingdocs_ {<li><a href="\#reading-docs">_textreadingdocs_</a>} 
    625  
    626 _textreadingdocs_ {How to read the documents} 
    627 _booktextreadingdocs_ {How to read the books} 
    628 _bibtextreadingdocs_ {Getting more information on a bibliography item} 
    629  
    630 _texthelpreadingdocs_ { 
    631 <p>_iconblankbar_ 
    632 <a name=reading-docs> 
    633 <h2>_textreadingdocs_</h2> 
    634  
    635 <p>You can tell when you have arrived at an individual document because its 
    636 title and author appear at the top left of the page. Beside these is the 
    637 number of the current page, a box that allows you to select a new page, and 
    638 forward and backward arrows. 
    639  
    640 <p>Underneath is the text of the current section. When you have read 
    641 through it, there are arrows at the bottom to take you on to the next 
    642 section or back to the previous one. 
    643  
    644 <p>Below the title and author are three buttons. Click on <i>expand 
    645 text</i> to expand out the whole text of the current document. If the 
    646 document is large, this could take a long time and use a lot of memory! 
    647 Click on <i>detach</i> to make a new browser window for this 
    648 document. (This is useful if you want to compare documents, or read two at 
    649 once.)  Finally, when you do a search the words you search for are 
    650 highlighted.  Click on <i>no highlighting</i> to remove the highlighting. 
    651 <p> 
    652 <table cellspacing="0" cellpadding="2" border="0"> 
    653 <tr><td colspan=2><img src="_httpiconmore_" border="0"></td><td>Click on the arrow to go to the next section ...</td></tr> 
    654 <tr><td colspan=2><img src="_httpiconless_" border="0"></td><td>... or back to the previous section</td></tr> 
    655 <tr><td><img src="_document:httpiconealltof_" border="0"></td><td><img  
    656 src="_document:httpiconetsecof_" border="0"></td><td>Display all text, or not</td></tr> 
    657 <tr><td colspan=2><img src="_document:httpiconedtchof_" border="0"></td><td>Open this page in a new window</td></tr> 
    658 <tr><td><img src="_document:httpiconehlof_" border="0"></td><td><img 
    659 src="_document:httpiconenhlof_" border="0"></td><td>Highlight search terms, or not</td></tr> 
    660 </table> 
    661  
    662 } 
    663  
    664 _booktexthelpreadingdocs_ { 
    665 <p>_iconblankbar_ 
    666 <a name=reading-docs> 
    667 <h2>_textreadingdocs_</h2> 
    668  
    669 <p>You can tell when you have arrived at an individual book because there 
    670 is a photograph of its front cover at the top left of the page.  Beside the 
    671 photograph is a table of contents with an arrow marking where you are. 
    672 This table is expandable: click on the folders to open them or close them. 
    673 Click on the open book at the top to close it. 
    674  
    675 <p>Underneath is the text of the current section.  When you have read 
    676 through it, there are arrows at the bottom to take you on to the next 
    677 section or back to the previous one. 
    678  
    679 <p>Below the photograph are four buttons. Click on <i>expand text</i> to 
    680 expand out the whole text of the current section, or book.  If the book is 
    681 large, this could take a long time and use a lot of memory! Click on 
    682 <i>expand contents</i> to expand out the whole table of contents so that 
    683 you can see the titles of all chapters and subsections. Click on 
    684 <i>detach</i> to make a new browser window for this book.  (This is useful 
    685 if you want to compare books, or read two at once.) Finally, when you do a 
    686 search the words you search for are highlighted. Click on <i>no 
    687 highlighting</i> to remove highlighting. 
    688  
    689 <p> 
    690 <table cellspacing="0" cellpadding="2" border="0"> 
    691 <tr><td colspan=2><img src="_httpiconbshelf_" border="0"></td><td>Open this bookshelf</td></tr> 
    692 <tr><td><img src="_httpiconopenbook_" border="0"></td><td><img  
    693 src="_httpiconbook_" border="0"></td><td>Open/close this book</td></tr> 
    694 <tr><td colspan=2><img src="_httpiconitext_" border="0"></td><td>View this section of the text</td></tr> 
    695 <tr><td><img src="_document:httpiconealltof_" border="0"></td><td><img  
    696 src="_document:httpiconetsecof_" border="0"></td><td>Display all text, or not</td></tr> 
    697 <tr><td><img src="_document:httpiconeexpcof_" border="0"></td><td><img 
    698 src="_document:httpiconeconcof_" border="0"></td><td>Expand table of contents, or not</td></tr> 
    699 <tr><td colspan=2><img src="_document:httpiconedtchof_" border="0"></td><td>Open this page in a new window</td></tr> 
    700 <tr><td><img src="_document:httpiconehlof_" border="0"></td><td><img 
    701 src="_document:httpiconenhlof_" border="0"></td><td>Highlight search terms, or not</td></tr> 
    702 <tr><td colspan=2><img src="_httpiconmore_" border="0"></td><td>Click the arrow to go to the next section ...</td></tr> 
    703 <tr><td colspan=2><img src="_httpiconless_" border="0"></td><td>... or back to the previous section</td></tr> 
    704 </table> 
    705 } 
    706  
    707 _bibtexthelpreadingdocs_ { 
    708 <p>_iconblankbar_ 
    709 <a name=reading-docs> 
    710 <h2>_textreadingdocs_</h2> 
    711  
    712 <p>Some bibliography items contain more information, such as an abstract. 
    713 You can tell from the query response page if this is the case because they  
    714 are shown with the _icontext_ icon instead of the _iconblanktext_ icon. 
    715  
    716 <p>Clicking on the _icontext_ icon will give you more information about the 
    717 bibliography item. 
    718  
    719 <p> Below the bibliography item are two buttons. Click on <i>detach</i> to  
    720 make a new browser window for this book. (This is useful if you want to compare 
    721 bibliography items.) Finally, when you do a search the words you search for are  
    722 highlighted. Click on <i>no highlighting</i> to remove the highlighting. 
    723  
    724 <p> 
    725 <table cellspacing="0" cellpadding="2" border="0"> 
    726 <tr><td colspan=2><img src="_document:httpiconedtchof_" border="0"></td><td>Open this page in a new window</td></tr> 
    727 <tr><td><img src="_document:httpiconehlof_" border="0"></td><td><img 
    728 src="_document:httpiconenhlof_" border="0"></td><td>Highlight search terms, or not</td></tr> 
    729 </table> 
    730 } 
    731  
    732 _texthelpsearching_ { 
    733 <h2>How to search for particular words</h2> 
    734 <p> 
    735   From the search page, you make a query in these simple steps:<p> 
    736    
    737   <ol><li>Specify what documents you want to search 
    738       <li>Say whether you want to search for all or just some of the words 
    739       <li>Type in the words you want to search for 
    740       <li>Click the <i>Begin Search</i> button 
    741   </ol> 
    742  
    743 <p>When you make a query, the titles of twenty matching documents will be shown. 
    744 There is a button at the end to take you on to the next twenty documents.  From 
    745 there you will find buttons to take you on to the third twenty or back to the 
    746 first twenty, and so on.  Click the title of any document, or the little button 
    747 beside it, to see it. 
    748  
    749 <p>A maximum of 100 is imposed on the number of 
    750   documents returned.  You can change this number by clicking the 
    751   <i>preferences</i> button at the top of the page.<p> 
    752  
    753 <p>_iconblankbar_ 
    754 <a name=query-terms> 
    755 <h3>Search terms</h3> 
    756  
    757 <p>Whatever you type into the query box is interpreted as a list of words 
    758 called "search terms."  Each term contains nothing but alphabetic characters 
    759 and digits.  Terms are separated by white space.  If any other characters such 
    760 as punctuation appear, they serve to separate terms just as though they were 
    761 spaces.  And then they are ignored.  You can't search for words that include 
    762 punctuation. 
    763  
    764 <p>For example, the query<p> 
    765     <ul><kbd>Agro-forestry in the Pacific Islands: Systems for Sustainability (1993)</kbd></ul> 
    766       <p>will be treated the same as<p> 
    767       <ul><kbd>Agro forestry in the Pacific Islands  Systems for Sustainability  1993 </kbd></ul><p> 
    768  
    769 <p>_iconblankbar_ 
    770 <a name=query-type> 
    771 <h3>Query type</h3> 
    772  
    773 <p>There are two different kinds of query. 
    774  
    775 <ul> 
    776   <li>Queries for <b>all</b> of the words.  These look for documents that  
    777       contain all the words you have specified.  Documents that satisfy the 
    778       query are displayed, in alphabetical order.<p> 
    779  
    780   <li>Queries for <b>some</b> of the words.  Just list some terms that are 
    781       likely to appear in the documents you are looking for.  Documents are 
    782       displayed in order of how closely they match the query.  When determining 
    783  
    784       the degree of match, 
    785  
    786       <p><ul> 
    787         <li> the more search terms a document contains, the closer it matches; 
    788         <li> rare terms are more important than common ones; 
    789         <li> short documents match better than long ones. 
    790       </ul> 
    791 </ul> 
    792  
    793 <p>Use as many search terms as you like--a whole sentence, or even a 
    794 whole paragraph.  If you specify only 
    795 one term, documents will be ordered by its frequency of occurrence.<p> 
    796 _texthelpscope_ 
    797 } 
    798  
    799 _textchangeprefs_ {Changing your preferences} 
    800  
    801 _texthelppreferences_ {<h2>_textchangeprefs_</h2> 
    802  
    803 <p>When you click the <i>preferences</i> button at the top of the page you will 
    804 be able to change some features of the interface to suit your own requirements. 
    805  
    806 <p>_iconblankbar_ 
    807 <a name=col-prefs> 
    808 <h3 align=left>Collection preferences</h3> 
    809  
    810 Some collections comprise several subcollections, which can be searched 
    811 independently or together, as one unit.  If so, you can select which 
    812 subcollections to include in your searches on the Preferences page. 
    813  
    814 <p>_iconblankbar_ 
    815 <a name=pres-prefs> 
    816 <h3 align=left>Presentation preferences</h3> 
    817  
    818 Depending on the particular collection, there may be several options you can 
    819 set that control the presentation. 
    820  
    821 Collections of Web pages allow you to suppress the Greenstone navigation bar at 
    822 the top of each document page, so that once you have done a search you land at 
    823 the exact Web page that matches without any Greenstone header.  To do another 
    824 search you will have to use your browser's "back" button.  These collections 
    825 also allow you to suppress Greenstone's warning message when you click a link 
    826 that takes you out of the digital library collection and on to the Web itself. 
    827 And in some Web collections you can control whether the links on the "Search 
    828 Results" page take you straight to the actual URL in question, rather than to 
    829 the digital library's copy of the page. 
    830  
    831 Collections that are capable of being presented in different languages allow 
    832 you to specify the interface language.  If the language is Chinese, you can 
    833 also specify which of the standard Chinese encodings your browser uses. 
    834  
    835 Finally, all collections allow you to switch to a textual interface format 
    836 rather than the standard graphical one.  This is particularly useful for 
    837 visually impaired users who use large screen fonts or speech synthesizers for 
    838 output. 
    839  
    840 <p>_iconblankbar_ 
    841 <a name=search-prefs> 
    842 <h3 align=left>Search preferences</h3> 
    843 Two pairs of buttons control the case sensitivity and stemming of the searches 
    844 that you make. The first set of buttons controls whether upper and lower case 
    845 must match (case sensitivity).  The second set controls whether to ignore word 
    846 endings or not (stemming). 
    847  
    848 <p>For example, if the buttons <i>ignore case differences</i> and 
    849 <i>ignore word endings</i> are selected, the query<p> 
    850     <ul><kbd>African building</kbd></ul> 
    851       <p>will be treated the same as<p> 
    852       <ul><kbd>africa builds</kbd></ul><p> 
    853       because the uppercase letter in "African" will be transformed to 
    854       lowercase, and  the suffixes "n" and "ing" will be removed from 
    855       "African" and "building" respectively (also, "s" would be removed from 
    856       "builds"). 
    857  
    858 <p>You can also switch to an "advanced" query mode which allows you to 
    859 combine terms using AND (&), OR (|), and NOT (!). This allows you to 
    860 specify more precise queries. 
    861  
    862 <p>Finally, you can control the number of hits returned, and the number 
    863 presented on each screenful. 
    864  
    865 } 
    866  
    867 _texttanumbrowseoptions_ {There are _numbrowseoptions_ ways to find information in this collection:} 
    868  
    869 _textsimplehelpheading_ {How to find information} 
    870  
    871 _texthelpscope_ { 
    872 <p>_iconblankbar_ 
    873 <a name=scope-of-queries> 
    874 <h3 align=left>Scope of queries</h3> 
    875  
    876 <p> 
    877 In most collections you can choose different indexes to search. For example, there might 
    878 be author or title indexes. Or there might be chapter or paragraph indexes. Generally, 
    879 the full matching document is returned regardless of which index you search. 
    880 <p>If documents are books, they will be opened at the appropriate place. 
    881 } 
    882  
    883  
    884 #------------------------------------------------------------ 
    885 # icons 
    886 #------------------------------------------------------------ 
    887  
    888 ## help ## 
    889 _httpiconhhelp_ {_httpimg_/h\_help.gif} 
    890 _widthhhelp_ {200} 
    891 _heighthhelp_ {57} 
    892  
    893422 
    894423###################################################################### 
     
    897426###################################################################### 
    898427 
     428 
    899429#------------------------------------------------------------ 
    900430# text macros 
    901431#------------------------------------------------------------ 
    902432 
     433# this if statement produces the text 'results n1 - nn for query: querystring' or  
     434# 'No matches for query: querystring', depending on whether or not there were 
     435# any matches 
    903436_textquerytitle_ {_If_(_thislast_,results _thisfirst_ - _thislast_ for query: _cgiargq_,No matches for query: _cgiargq_)} 
    904437_textnoquerytitle_ {Search page} 
     
    955488#------------------------------------------------------------ 
    956489 
    957 ## search ## 
     490## "search" ## green_title ## h_search ## 
    958491_httpiconhsearch_ {_httpimg_/h\_search.gif} 
    959492_widthhsearch_ {200} 
    960493_heighthsearch_ {57} 
    961494 
    962 ## results ## 
     495## "results" ## green_bar_left_aligned ## qryresb ## 
    963496_httpiconqryresb_ {_httpimg_/qryresb.gif} 
    964497_widthqryresb_ {_pagewidth_} 
    965498_heightqryresb_ {17} 
    966499 
    967 ## display ## 
     500## "display" ## hand_made ## 
    968501_httpicondisplay_ {_httpimg_/display.gif} 
    969502_widthdisplay {60} 
     
    971504 
    972505 
     506 
    973507###################################################################### 
    974508# 'preferences' page 
    975509package preferences 
    976510###################################################################### 
     511 
    977512 
    978513#------------------------------------------------------------ 
     
    1018553#------------------------------------------------------------ 
    1019554 
     555## "preferences" ## green_title ## h_pref ## 
    1020556_httpiconhpref_ {_httpimg_/h\_pref.gif} 
    1021557_widthhpref_ {200} 
     
    1023559 
    1024560 
    1025 ###################################################################### 
    1026 # 'people' page 
    1027 package people 
    1028 ###################################################################### 
    1029  
    1030 #------------------------------------------------------------ 
    1031 # text macros 
    1032 #------------------------------------------------------------ 
    1033  
    1034 _textpagetitle_ {NZDL: People} 
    1035  
    1036 _textsmallrs_ {Related Staff} 
    1037  
    1038 _textsawnzdl_ {Staff associated with the New Zealand Digital Library  
    1039     project are:} 
    1040 _texttrsaawp_ {These research students and software support people are associated with the project:} 
    1041  
    1042 _textstafftable_ { 
    1043 <table> 
    1044 <tr> 
    1045   <td align=right valign=top width=100><a href="http://www.cs.waikato.ac.nz/~ihw">Ian Witten</a></td> 
    1046   <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> 
    1047 </tr> 
    1048 <tr> 
    1049   <td align=right valign=top><a href="http://www.cs.waikato.ac.nz/cs/Staff/mark-d.-apperley-.html">Mark Apperley</a></td> 
    1050   <td _1_ align=left valign=top>User interfaces for readers</td> 
    1051 </tr> 
    1052 <tr> 
    1053   <td align=right valign=top><a href="http://www.cs.waikato.ac.nz/cs/Staff/david-bainbridge.html">David Bainbridge</a></td> 
    1054   <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Musical and Web-based collections; optical music recognition</td> 
    1055 </tr> 
    1056 <tr> 
    1057   <td align=right valign=top><a 
    1058 href="http://www.cs.waikato.ac.nz/cs/Staff/sally-jo-cunningham.html">Sally Jo Cunningham</a></td> 
    1059   <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Collections and usage studies</td> 
    1060 </tr> 
    1061 <tr> 
    1062   <td align=right valign=top><a href="http://www.cs.waikato.ac.nz/cs/Staff/steve-jones.html">Steve Jones</a></td> 
    1063   <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Phrase-based interfaces, collaborative browsing, usage analysis</td> 
    1064 </tr> 
    1065 <tr> 
    1066   <td align=right valign=top><a 
    1067   href="http://www.cs.waikato.ac.nz/cs/Staff/te-taka-keegan.html">Te Taka Keegan 
    1068   </a></td>  
    1069   <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Maori language systems</td> 
    1070 </tr> 
    1071   <td align=right valign=top><a 
    1072   href="http://www.cs.waikato.ac.nz/Staff/malika-mahoui.html">Malika 
    1073   Mahoui</a></td>  
    1074   <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Text mining, Arabic interfaces</td> 
    1075 </tr> 
    1076 </table> 
    1077 } 
    1078  
    1079 _textgstable_ { 
    1080 <table> 
    1081 <tr> 
    1082   <td align=right valign=top>George Buchanan</a></td> 
    1083   <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Systems support</td> 
    1084 </tr> 
    1085 <tr> 
    1086   <td align=right valign=top><a href="http://www.cs.waikato.ac.nz/~sjboddie">Stefan Boddie</a></td> 
    1087   <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Systems support</td> 
    1088 </tr> 
    1089 <tr> 
    1090   <td align=right valign=top><a href="http://www.cs.waikato.ac.nz/~rjmcnab">Rodger McNab</a></td> 
    1091   <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Systems support</td> 
    1092 </tr> 
    1093 <tr> 
    1094   <td align=right valign=top>YingYing Wen</a></td> 
    1095   <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Text mining, Chinese libraries</td> 
    1096 </tr> 
    1097 <tr> 
    1098   <td align=right valign=top>Stuart Yeates</a></td> 
    1099   <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Text mining, acronym extraction</td> 
    1100 </tr> 
    1101 </table> 
    1102 } 
    1103  
    1104 _textsmallcont_ {Other Contributors} 
    1105 _texttpcsp_ {These people have contributed strongly to the project:} 
    1106  
    1107 _textconttable_ { 
    1108 <table> 
    1109 <tr> 
    1110   <td align=right valign=top width=100>Mark Abrahams</td> 
    1111   <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Client-side browsing interfaces using Java</td> 
    1112 </tr> 
    1113 <tr> 
    1114   <td align=right valign=top width=100><a href="http://www.cosc.canterbury.ac.nz/~tim">Tim Bell</a></td> 
    1115   <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Co-author of <a href="http://www.cs.mu.oz.au/mg/"><i>Managing Gigabytes</i></a></td> 
    1116 </tr> 
    1117 <tr> 
    1118   <td align=right valign=top>Matt Humphrey</td> 
    1119   <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Information visualization in the digital library</td> 
    1120 </tr> 
    1121 <tr> 
    1122   <td align=right valign=top><a 
    1123 href="http://www.cs.waikato.ac.nz/~singlis">Stuart Inglis</a></td> 
    1124   <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Document image analysis and optical character recognition</td> 
    1125 </tr> 
    1126 <tr> 
    1127   <td align=right valign=top>Trent Mankelow</a></td> 
    1128   <td _1_ align=left valign=top>School Journal prototype</td> 
    1129 </tr> 
    1130 <tr> 
    1131   <td align=right valign=top><a href="http://www.cosc.canterbury.ac.nz/~bruce">Bruce McKenzie</a></td> 
    1132   <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Original interface to MG</td> 
    1133 </tr> 
    1134 <tr> 
    1135   <td align=right valign=top><a href="http://www.cs.mu.oz.au/~alistair">Alistair Moffat</a></td> 
    1136   <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Co-author of <a href="http://www.cs.mu.oz.au/mg/"><i>Managing Gigabytes</i></a>, 
    1137 created the MG software</td> 
    1138 </tr> 
    1139 <tr> 
    1140   <td align=right valign=top>Todd Reed</td> 
    1141   <td _1_ align=left valign=top>PostScript to text conversion, user interface, WWW server, index building, FTP</td> 
    1142 </tr> 
    1143 <tr> 
    1144   <td align=right valign=top><a 
    1145 href="http://www.cs.waikato.ac.nz/cs/Staff/don-a.-smith.html">Don Smith</a></td> 
    1146   <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Special needs of libraries for mathematical and theoretical materials</td> 
    1147 </tr> 
    1148 <tr> 
    1149   <td align=right valign=top>Che Tamahori</td> 
    1150   <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Designer of New Zealand Digital Library Web 
    1151   pages</td> 
    1152 </tr> 
    1153 <tr> 
    1154   <td align=right valign=top><a 
    1155 href="http://www.cs.waikato.ac.nz/~wjt">Bill Teahan</a></td> 
    1156   <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Language modeling</td> 
    1157 </tr> 
    1158 <tr> 
    1159   <td align=right valign=top>Mahendra Vallabh</td> 
    1160   <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Original FTP script</td> 
    1161 </tr> 
    1162 <tr> 
    1163   <td align=right valign=top><a 
    1164 href="http://www.cs.waikato.ac.nz/cs/Staff/lloyd-a.-smith.html">Lloyd Smith</a></td> 
    1165   <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Music collections and music retrieval</td> 
    1166 </tr> 
    1167 <tr> 
    1168   <td align=right valign=top>John Venable</td> 
    1169   <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Requirements for digital libraries, and collections for information systems</td> 
    1170 </tr> 
    1171 </table> 
    1172 } 
    1173  
    1174 _textaffiliates_ {There are several affiliates at other universities:} 
    1175  
    1176 _textaffiliatetable_ { 
    1177 <table> 
    1178 <tr> 
    1179   <td align=right valign=top>Elke Duenker</td> 
    1180   <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Cross-cultural issues</td> 
    1181 </tr> 
    1182 <tr> 
    1183   <td align=right valign=top><a href="http://www.cs.waikato.ac.nz/~cgn/ 
    1184 ">Craig Nevill-Manning</a></td> 
    1185   <td _1_ align=left valign=top>PostScript to text conversion, user 
    1186 interface, WWW server, index 
    1187 building, FTP</td> 
    1188 </tr> 
    1189 <tr> 
    1190   <td align=right valign=top>Nina Reeves</td> 
    1191   <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Librarians and library users</td> 
    1192 </tr> 
    1193 <tr> 
    1194   <td align=right valign=top>Yin Leng Theng</td> 
    1195   <td _1_ align=left valign=top>Digital libraries for schools</td> 
    1196 </tr> 
    1197 <tr> 
    1198   <td align=right valign=top>Harold Thimbleby</td> 
    1199   <td _1_ align=left valign=top>User interfaces for digital 
    1200 libraries</td> 
    1201 </tr> 
    1202 </table> 
    1203 } 
    1204  
    1205  
    1206 #------------------------------------------------------------ 
    1207 # icons 
    1208 #------------------------------------------------------------ 
    1209  
    1210 _httpiconhpeople_ {_httpimg_/h\_people.gif} 
    1211 _widthhpeople_ {200} 
    1212 _heighthpeople_ {57} 
    1213  
    1214  
    1215 ###################################################################### 
    1216 # 'technology' page 
    1217 package technology 
    1218 ###################################################################### 
    1219  
    1220 #------------------------------------------------------------ 
    1221 # text macros 
    1222 #------------------------------------------------------------ 
    1223  
    1224 _textpagetitle_ {NZDL: Technology} 
    1225  
    1226 _content_ { 
    1227 _iconblankbar_ 
    1228 <p>There are several freely available technologies underlying the New Zealand 
    1229 Digital Library: 
    1230 <ul> 
    1231 <li><a href="_httppagex_(gsdlsoft)"><i>Greenstone</i></a>, the digital 
    1232 library system that generates each and every page of this website.<p> 
    1233  
    1234 <li><a href="_httppagex_(prescript)"><i>PreScript</i></a>, a system 
    1235 that converts PostScript to plain ASCII or HTML, detects paragraph boundaries, 
    1236 removes hyphenation, and interprets many ligatures.<p> 
    1237  
    1238 <li><a href="_httppagex_(mg)"><i>MG</i></a>, an enhancement of the <a 
    1239 href="http://www.cs.mu.oz.au/mg"><i>Managing Gigabytes</i></a> full-text 
    1240 retrieval system, that provides flexible stemming methods, weighting terms, 
    1241 term frequencies, merged indexes, machine independent indexes, and a port to 
    1242 MSDOS.<p> 
    1243  
    1244 <li><a href="http://www.cs.waikato.ac.nz/sequitur"><i>Sequitur</i></a>, a 
    1245 method for inferring compositional hierarchies from strings by detecting 
    1246 repetition and factoring it out of the string by  forming rules in a 
    1247 grammar. The rules can be composed of non-terminals, giving rise to a 
    1248 hierarchy. Sequitur is useful for  recognizing lexical structure in strings, 
    1249 and excels at very long sequences.<p> 
    1250  
    1251 <li><a href="http://www.nzdl.org/Kea"><i>Kea</i></a>, a program for 
    1252 automatically extracting keyphrases from the full text of documents. Candidate 
    1253 keyphrases are identified using rudimentary lexical processing, features are 
    1254 computed for each candidate, and machine learning is used to generate a 
    1255 classifier that determines which candidates should be assigned as 
    1256 keyphrases. <p> 
    1257  
    1258 <li><a href="http://www.cs.waikato.ac.nz/~stevej/Research/Phrasier/"><i>Phrasier</i></a>, a  
    1259 tool to support information seeking activities in a digital library.  Its novel design  
    1260 reflects the fact that reading, writing, browsing and searching activities are rarely  
    1261 carried out independently of each other.  They overlap and interleave in ways which have  
    1262 not been effectively supported by conventional information retrieval interfaces.  Consequenly 
    1263 Phrasier blurs the distinction between writing a document and finding material related to it;  
    1264 between reading a document and finding others on the same or similar topics; between keyword  
    1265 searching and subject browsing. <p> 
    1266  
    1267 </ul> 
    1268  
    1269 <br> 
    1270 } 
    1271  
    1272 #------------------------------------------------------------ 
    1273 # icons 
    1274 #------------------------------------------------------------ 
    1275  
    1276 _httpiconhtech_ {_httpimg_/h\_tech.gif} 
    1277 _widthhtech_ {200} 
    1278 _heighthtech_ {57} 
    1279  
    1280  
    1281 ###################################################################### 
    1282 # 'status' pages 
    1283 package status 
    1284 ###################################################################### 
    1285  
    1286 #------------------------------------------------------------ 
    1287 # text macros 
    1288 #------------------------------------------------------------ 
    1289  
    1290 _textframebrowser_ {You must have a frame enabled browser to view this.} 
    1291 _textusermanage_ {User management} 
    1292 _textlistusers_ {list users} 
    1293 _textaddusers_ {add a new user} 
    1294  
    1295 _textinfo_ {Information} 
    1296 _textgeneral_ {general} 
    1297 _textarguments_ {arguments} 
    1298 _textactions_ {actions} 
    1299 _textprotocols_ {protocols} 
    1300  
    1301 _textcollections_ {Collections} 
    1302 _textnewcoll_ {new collection} 
    1303 _texteditcoll_ {edit collection} 
    1304 _textbuildcoll_ {build collection} 
    1305 _textdeletecoll_ {delete collection} 
    1306  
    1307 _textlogs_ {Logs} 
    1308 _textinitlog_ {init log} 
    1309 _texterrorlog_ {error log} 
    1310  
    1311 _textreturnhome_ {Return to home page} 
    1312  
    1313 _titlewelcome_ { Maintenance and Administration } 
    1314  
    1315 _welcome_ { 
    1316  
    1317 <p> Maintenance and administration services available include: 
    1318     view on-line logs;  
    1319     create, maintain and update collections;  
    1320     and access technical information such as CGI arguments.   
    1321     These services are accessed using the 
    1322     side navigation bar on the lefthand side of the page. 
    1323 } 
    1324  
    1325  
    1326 #------------------------------------------------------------ 
    1327 # icons 
    1328 #------------------------------------------------------------ 
    1329  
    1330  
    1331 ###################################################################### 
    1332 # html package 
    1333 package html 
    1334 ###################################################################### 
    1335  
    1336 #------------------------------------------------------------ 
    1337 # text macros 
    1338 #------------------------------------------------------------ 
    1339  
    1340 _textframebrowser_ {You must have a frame enabled browser to view this.} 
    1341  
    1342  
    1343 #------------------------------------------------------------ 
    1344 # icons 
    1345 #------------------------------------------------------------ 
    1346  
    1347  
    1348 ###################################################################### 
    1349 # external link package 
    1350 package extlink 
    1351 ###################################################################### 
    1352  
    1353 #------------------------------------------------------------ 
    1354 # text macros 
    1355 #------------------------------------------------------------ 
    1356  
    1357 _textextlink_ {External Link} 
    1358 _textlinknotfound_{Internal Link not Found} 
    1359  
    1360 _textextlinkcontent_ {The link you have selected is external to any of your currently selected collections. 
    1361     If you still wish to view this link and your browser has access to  
    1362     the Web, you can <a href="_nexturl_">go forward</a> to this page; otherwise  
    1363     use your browsers "back" button to return to the previous document.} 
    1364  
    1365 _textlinknotfoundcontent_ {For reasons beyond our control, the internal link you have selected  
    1366     does not exist.  This is probably due to an error in the source collection. 
    1367     Use your browsers "back" button to return to the previous document.} 
    1368  
    1369 # should have arguments of collection, collectionname and link 
    1370 _foundintcontent_ { 
    1371  
    1372 <h3>Link to "_2_" collection</h3> 
    1373  
    1374 <p> The link you have selected is external to the "_collectionname_" 
    1375     collection (it links to the "_2_" collection). 
    1376     If you wish to view this link in the "_2_" collection you can  
    1377     <a href="_httpdoc_&c=_1_&cl=_cgiargcl_&d=_3_">go forward</a> to this page;  
    1378     otherwise use your browsers "back" button to return to the previous document. 
    1379 } 
    1380  
    1381  
    1382 #------------------------------------------------------------ 
    1383 # icons 
    1384 #------------------------------------------------------------ 
    1385  
    1386  
    1387 ###################################################################### 
    1388 # authentication page 
    1389 package authen 
    1390 ###################################################################### 
    1391  
    1392 #------------------------------------------------------------ 
    1393 # text macros 
    1394 #------------------------------------------------------------ 
    1395  
    1396 _textGSDLtitle_ {Greenstone Digital Library} 
    1397  
    1398 _textusername_ {username} 
    1399 _textpassword_ {password} 
    1400  
    1401 _textmessageinvalid_ {The page you have requested requires you to sign in. 
    1402 Please enter your username and password.} 
    1403  
    1404 _textmessagefailed_ {Either your user name or password was incorrect.} 
    1405  
    1406 _textmessagedisabled_ {Sorry, your account has been disabled. Please contact 
    1407 the webmaster for this site.} 
    1408  
    1409 _textmessagepermissiondenied_ {Sorry, you do not have permission to access this page.} 
    1410  
    1411 _textmessagestalekey_ {The link you have followed is now stale.  
    1412 Please enter your password to access this page.} 
    1413  
    1414  
    1415 #------------------------------------------------------------ 
    1416 # icons 
    1417 #------------------------------------------------------------ 
    1418  
    1419561 
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    1422564package delhistory 
    1423565###################################################################### 
     566 
    1424567 
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    1438581_textselect_ {select} 
    1439582 
     583 
    1440584#------------------------------------------------------------ 
    1441585# icons 
    1442586#------------------------------------------------------------ 
    1443587 
     588 
     589 
     590###################################################################### 
     591# 'help' page -- this is lower priority for translating than the 
     592# rest of this file 
     593package help 
     594###################################################################### 
     595 
     596 
     597#------------------------------------------------------------ 
     598# text macros 
     599#------------------------------------------------------------ 
     600 
     601_textHelp_ {Help} 
     602_textSearchshort_ {search for particular words} 
     603_textSeriesshort_ {access publications by series} 
     604_textDateshort_ {access publications by date} 
     605_textSubjectshort_ {access publications by subject} 
     606_textTitleshort_ {access publications by title} 
     607_textBrowseshort_ {browse publications} 
     608_textCreatorshort_ {access publications by author} 
     609_textOrganizationshort_ {access publications by organization} 
     610_textHowtoshort_ {access publications by how to listing} 
     611_textTopicshort_ {access publications by topic} 
     612_textPeopleshort_ {access publications by people} 
     613_textdefaultshorttext_ {undefined classification} 
     614 
     615_textSearchlong_ { <p>You can <i>search for particular words</i> that 
     616appear in the text from the "search" page. This is the first page that 
     617comes up when you begin, and can be reached from other pages by pressing 
     618the <i>search</i> button.  } 
     619 
     620_textTitlelong_ { <p>You can <i>access publications by title</i> by 
     621pressing the <i>titles a-z</i> button.  This brings up a list of books in 
     622alphabetic order.  } 
     623 
     624_textOrganizationlong_ { <p>You can <i>access publications by 
     625organization</i> by pressing the <i>organization</i> button.  This brings 
     626up a list of organizations.  } 
     627 
     628_textHowtolong_ { <p>You can <i>access publications by how to listing</i> 
     629by pressing the <i>how to</i> button.  This brings up a list of how to 
     630strings.  } 
     631 
     632_textCreatorlong_ { <p>You can <i>access publications by author</i> by 
     633pressing the <i>authors a-z</i> button.  This brings up a list of books, 
     634sorted by author name.  } 
     635 
     636_textTopiclong_ { <p>You can <i>access publications by topic</i> by 
     637pressing the <i>topic</i> button.  This brings up a list of topics to 
     638browse.  } 
     639 
     640_textSubjectlong_ { <p>You can <i>access publications by subject</i> by 
     641pressing the <i>subjects</i> button.  This brings up a list of subjects, 
     642represented by bookshelves.  } 
     643 
     644_textSerieslong_ { <p>You can <i>access publications by series</i> by 
     645pressing the <i>series</i> button.  This brings up a list of those series 
     646which are currently in the collection.  } 
     647 
     648_textDatelong_ { <p>You can <i>access publications by date</i> by pressing 
     649the <i>dates</i> button.  This brings up a list of all the issues, sorted 
     650chronologically.  } 
     651 
     652_textBrowselong_ { <p>You can <i>browse publications</i> by pressing the 
     653<i>browse</i> button.  } 
     654 
     655_textPeoplelong_ { <p>You can <i>access publications by people</i> by 
     656pressing the <i>people a-z</i> button.  This brings up a list of entries, 
     657sorted by surname.  } 
     658 
     659_textdefaultlongtext_ { <p>Click on the <i>unknown</i> button to browse 
     660publications (listing is sorted by an unknown field).  } 
     661 
     662_texthelptopics_ { 
     663<h2 align=left>Topics</h2> 
     664<ul> 
     665  <li><a href="\#finding-information">_textsimplehelpheading_</a> 
     666  _topicreadingdocs_ 
     667  <li><a href="\#searching">How to search for particular words</a> 
     668<ul> 
     669  <li><a href="\#query-terms">Search terms</a> 
     670  <li><a href="\#query-type">Query type</a> 
     671  <li><a href="\#scope-of-queries">Scope of queries</a> 
     672</ul> 
     673  <li><a href="\#preferences">_textchangeprefs_</a> 
     674<ul> 
     675  <li><a href="\#col-prefs">Collection preferences</a> 
     676  <li><a href="\#pres-prefs">Presentation preferences</a> 
     677  <li><a href="\#search-prefs">Search preferences</a> 
     678</ul> 
     679</ul> 
     680} 
     681 
     682# there are 4 versions of this section of the help text. 
     683# which version is used is currently set within the server 
     684# (it should probably use the macro language e.g. [type=book]) 
     685# 1 = html (like fao collections) -- section is empty 
     686# 2 = book (like hdl collection) -- macros beginning with book 
     687# 3 = bibliographic (like csbib) -- macros beginning with bib 
     688# 4 = standard (like gberg) -- the default 
     689 
     690_topicreadingdocs_ {<li><a href="\#reading-docs">_textreadingdocs_</a>} 
     691 
     692_textreadingdocs_ {How to read the documents} 
     693_booktextreadingdocs_ {How to read the books} 
     694_bibtextreadingdocs_ {Getting more information on a bibliography item} 
     695 
     696_texthelpreadingdocs_ { 
     697<p>_iconblankbar_ 
     698<a name=reading-docs> 
     699<h2>_textreadingdocs_</h2> 
     700 
     701<p>You can tell when you have arrived at an individual document because its 
     702title and author appear at the top left of the page. Beside these is the 
     703number of the current page, a box that allows you to select a new page, and 
     704forward and backward arrows. 
     705 
     706<p>Underneath is the text of the current section. When you have read 
     707through it, there are arrows at the bottom to take you on to the next 
     708section or back to the previous one. 
     709 
     710<p>Below the title and author are three buttons. Click on <i>expand 
     711text</i> to expand out the whole text of the current document. If the 
     712document is large, this could take a long time and use a lot of memory! 
     713Click on <i>detach</i> to make a new browser window for this 
     714document. (This is useful if you want to compare documents, or read two at 
     715once.)  Finally, when you do a search the words you search for are 
     716highlighted.  Click on <i>no highlighting</i> to remove the highlighting. 
     717<p> 
     718<table cellspacing="0" cellpadding="2" border="0"> 
     719<tr><td colspan=2><img src="_httpiconmore_" border="0"></td><td>Click on the arrow to go to the next section ...</td></tr> 
     720<tr><td colspan=2><img src="_httpiconless_" border="0"></td><td>... or back to the previous section</td></tr> 
     721<tr><td><img src="_document:httpiconealltof_" border="0"></td><td><img  
     722src="_document:httpiconetsecof_" border="0"></td><td>Display all text, or not</td></tr> 
     723<tr><td colspan=2><img src="_document:httpiconedtchof_" border="0"></td><td>Open this page in a new window</td></tr> 
     724<tr><td><img src="_document:httpiconehlof_" border="0"></td><td><img 
     725src="_document:httpiconenhlof_" border="0"></td><td>Highlight search terms, or not</td></tr> 
     726</table> 
     727 
     728} 
     729 
     730_booktexthelpreadingdocs_ { 
     731<p>_iconblankbar_ 
     732<a name=reading-docs> 
     733<h2>_textreadingdocs_</h2> 
     734 
     735<p>You can tell when you have arrived at an individual book because there 
     736is a photograph of its front cover at the top left of the page.  Beside the 
     737photograph is a table of contents with an arrow marking where you are. 
     738This table is expandable: click on the folders to open them or close them. 
     739Click on the open book at the top to close it. 
     740 
     741<p>Underneath is the text of the current section.  When you have read 
     742through it, there are arrows at the bottom to take you on to the next 
     743section or back to the previous one. 
     744 
     745<p>Below the photograph are four buttons. Click on <i>expand text</i> to 
     746expand out the whole text of the current section, or book.  If the book is 
     747large, this could take a long time and use a lot of memory! Click on 
     748<i>expand contents</i> to expand out the whole table of contents so that 
     749you can see the titles of all chapters and subsections. Click on 
     750<i>detach</i> to make a new browser window for this book.  (This is useful 
     751if you want to compare books, or read two at once.) Finally, when you do a 
     752search the words you search for are highlighted. Click on <i>no 
     753highlighting</i> to remove highlighting. 
     754 
     755<p> 
     756<table cellspacing="0" cellpadding="2" border="0"> 
     757<tr><td colspan=2><img src="_httpiconbshelf_" border="0"></td><td>Open this bookshelf</td></tr> 
     758<tr><td><img src="_httpiconopenbook_" border="0"></td><td><img  
     759src="_httpiconbook_" border="0"></td><td>Open/close this book</td></tr> 
     760<tr><td colspan=2><img src="_httpiconitext_" border="0"></td><td>View this section of the text</td></tr> 
     761<tr><td><img src="_document:httpiconealltof_" border="0"></td><td><img  
     762src="_document:httpiconetsecof_" border="0"></td><td>Display all text, or not</td></tr> 
     763<tr><td><img src="_document:httpiconeexpcof_" border="0"></td><td><img 
     764src="_document:httpiconeconcof_" border="0"></td><td>Expand table of contents, or not</td></tr> 
     765<tr><td colspan=2><img src="_document:httpiconedtchof_" border="0"></td><td>Open this page in a new window</td></tr> 
     766<tr><td><img src="_document:httpiconehlof_" border="0"></td><td><img 
     767src="_document:httpiconenhlof_" border="0"></td><td>Highlight search terms, or not</td></tr> 
     768<tr><td colspan=2><img src="_httpiconmore_" border="0"></td><td>Click the arrow to go to the next section ...</td></tr> 
     769<tr><td colspan=2><img src="_httpiconless_" border="0"></td><td>... or back to the previous section</td></tr> 
     770</table> 
     771} 
     772 
     773_bibtexthelpreadingdocs_ { 
     774<p>_iconblankbar_ 
     775<a name=reading-docs> 
     776<h2>_textreadingdocs_</h2> 
     777 
     778<p>Some bibliography items contain more information, such as an abstract. 
     779You can tell from the query response page if this is the case because they  
     780are shown with the _icontext_ icon instead of the _iconblanktext_ icon. 
     781 
     782<p>Clicking on the _icontext_ icon will give you more information about the 
     783bibliography item. 
     784 
     785<p> Below the bibliography item are two buttons. Click on <i>detach</i> to  
     786make a new browser window for this book. (This is useful if you want to compare 
     787bibliography items.) Finally, when you do a search the words you search for are  
     788highlighted. Click on <i>no highlighting</i> to remove the highlighting. 
     789 
     790<p> 
     791<table cellspacing="0" cellpadding="2" border="0"> 
     792<tr><td colspan=2><img src="_document:httpiconedtchof_" border="0"></td><td>Open this page in a new window</td></tr> 
     793<tr><td><img src="_document:httpiconehlof_" border="0"></td><td><img 
     794src="_document:httpiconenhlof_" border="0"></td><td>Highlight search terms, or not</td></tr> 
     795</table> 
     796} 
     797 
     798_texthelpsearching_ { 
     799<h2>How to search for particular words</h2> 
     800<p> 
     801  From the search page, you make a query in these simple steps:<p> 
     802   
     803  <ol><li>Specify what documents you want to search 
     804      <li>Say whether you want to search for all or just some of the words 
     805      <li>Type in the words you want to search for 
     806      <li>Click the <i>Begin Search</i> button 
     807  </ol> 
     808 
     809<p>When you make a query, the titles of twenty matching documents will be shown. 
     810There is a button at the end to take you on to the next twenty documents.  From 
     811there you will find buttons to take you on to the third twenty or back to the 
     812first twenty, and so on.  Click the title of any document, or the little button 
     813beside it, to see it. 
     814 
     815<p>A maximum of 100 is imposed on the number of 
     816  documents returned.  You can change this number by clicking the 
     817  <i>preferences</i> button at the top of the page.<p> 
     818 
     819<p>_iconblankbar_ 
     820<a name=query-terms> 
     821<h3>Search terms</h3> 
     822 
     823<p>Whatever you type into the query box is interpreted as a list of words 
     824called "search terms."  Each term contains nothing but alphabetic characters 
     825and digits.  Terms are separated by white space.  If any other characters such 
     826as punctuation appear, they serve to separate terms just as though they were 
     827spaces.  And then they are ignored.  You can't search for words that include 
     828punctuation. 
     829 
     830<p>For example, the query<p> 
     831    <ul><kbd>Agro-forestry in the Pacific Islands: Systems for Sustainability (1993)</kbd></ul> 
     832      <p>will be treated the same as<p> 
     833      <ul><kbd>Agro forestry in the Pacific Islands  Systems for Sustainability  1993 </kbd></ul><p> 
     834 
     835<p>_iconblankbar_ 
     836<a name=query-type> 
     837<h3>Query type</h3> 
     838 
     839<p>There are two different kinds of query. 
     840 
     841<ul> 
     842  <li>Queries for <b>all</b> of the words.  These look for documents that  
     843      contain all the words you have specified.  Documents that satisfy the 
     844      query are displayed, in alphabetical order.<p> 
     845 
     846  <li>Queries for <b>some</b> of the words.  Just list some terms that are 
     847      likely to appear in the documents you are looking for.  Documents are 
     848      displayed in order of how closely they match the query.  When determining 
     849 
     850      the degree of match, 
     851 
     852      <p><ul> 
     853        <li> the more search terms a document contains, the closer it matches; 
     854        <li> rare terms are more important than common ones; 
     855        <li> short documents match better than long ones. 
     856      </ul> 
     857</ul> 
     858 
     859<p>Use as many search terms as you like--a whole sentence, or even a 
     860whole paragraph.  If you specify only 
     861one term, documents will be ordered by its frequency of occurrence.<p> 
     862_texthelpscope_ 
     863} 
     864 
     865_textchangeprefs_ {Changing your preferences} 
     866 
     867_texthelppreferences_ {<h2>_textchangeprefs_</h2> 
     868 
     869<p>When you click the <i>preferences</i> button at the top of the page you will 
     870be able to change some features of the interface to suit your own requirements. 
     871 
     872<p>_iconblankbar_ 
     873<a name=col-prefs> 
     874<h3 align=left>Collection preferences</h3> 
     875 
     876Some collections comprise several subcollections, which can be searched 
     877independently or together, as one unit.  If so, you can select which 
     878subcollections to include in your searches on the Preferences page. 
     879 
     880<p>_iconblankbar_ 
     881<a name=pres-prefs> 
     882<h3 align=left>Presentation preferences</h3> 
     883 
     884Depending on the particular collection, there may be several options you can 
     885set that control the presentation. 
     886 
     887Collections of Web pages allow you to suppress the Greenstone navigation bar at 
     888the top of each document page, so that once you have done a search you land at 
     889the exact Web page that matches without any Greenstone header.  To do another 
     890search you will have to use your browser's "back" button.  These collections 
     891also allow you to suppress Greenstone's warning message when you click a link 
     892that takes you out of the digital library collection and on to the Web itself. 
     893And in some Web collections you can control whether the links on the "Search 
     894Results" page take you straight to the actual URL in question, rather than to 
     895the digital library's copy of the page. 
     896 
     897Collections that are capable of being presented in different languages allow 
     898you to specify the interface language.  If the language is Chinese, you can 
     899also specify which of the standard Chinese encodings your browser uses. 
     900 
     901Finally, all collections allow you to switch to a textual interface format 
     902rather than the standard graphical one.  This is particularly useful for 
     903visually impaired users who use large screen fonts or speech synthesizers for 
     904output. 
     905 
     906<p>_iconblankbar_ 
     907<a name=search-prefs> 
     908<h3 align=left>Search preferences</h3> 
     909Two pairs of buttons control the case sensitivity and stemming of the searches 
     910that you make. The first set of buttons controls whether upper and lower case 
     911must match (case sensitivity).  The second set controls whether to ignore word 
     912endings or not (stemming). 
     913 
     914<p>For example, if the buttons <i>ignore case differences</i> and 
     915<i>ignore word endings</i> are selected, the query<p> 
     916    <ul><kbd>African building</kbd></ul> 
     917      <p>will be treated the same as<p> 
     918      <ul><kbd>africa builds</kbd></ul><p> 
     919      because the uppercase letter in "African" will be transformed to 
     920      lowercase, and  the suffixes "n" and "ing" will be removed from 
     921      "African" and "building" respectively (also, "s" would be removed from 
     922      "builds"). 
     923 
     924<p>You can also switch to an "advanced" query mode which allows you to 
     925combine terms using AND (&), OR (|), and NOT (!). This allows you to 
     926specify more precise queries. 
     927 
     928<p>Finally, you can control the number of hits returned, and the number 
     929presented on each screenful. 
     930 
     931} 
     932 
     933_texttanumbrowseoptions_ {There are _numbrowseoptions_ ways to find information in this collection:} 
     934 
     935_textsimplehelpheading_ {How to find information} 
     936 
     937_texthelpscope_ { 
     938<p>_iconblankbar_ 
     939<a name=scope-of-queries> 
     940<h3 align=left>Scope of queries</h3> 
     941 
     942<p> 
     943In most collections you can choose different indexes to search. For example, there might 
     944be author or title indexes. Or there might be chapter or paragraph indexes. Generally, 
     945the full matching document is returned regardless of which index you search. 
     946<p>If documents are books, they will be opened at the appropriate place. 
     947} 
     948 
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