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2007-01-17T11:08:47+13:00 (16 years ago)
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lh92
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updated a crossref tag in Text 23

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    73 <Text id="23">End users of Greenstone can build collections using the Collector, described in the <i>Greenstone Digital Library User's Guide</i>(Section 3). This makes it very easy to build collections modelled after existing ones but with new content. However, it is not really feasible to use the Collector to create collections with completely new structures. It does invite you to edit the collection configuration file, which governs the collection's structure, but you need to know quite a lot about Greenstone to make radical yet effective changes. This section tells you what you need to know to do this. It also describes the Greenstone directory structure and the format in which documents are stored internally.</Text>
     73<Text id="23">End users of Greenstone can build collections using the Collector, described in the <i>Greenstone Digital Library User's Guide</i>(Section <CrossRef external="User" lang="en" target="Chapter" ref="making_greenstone_collections"/>). This makes it very easy to build collections modelled after existing ones but with new content. However, it is not really feasible to use the Collector to create collections with completely new structures. It does invite you to edit the collection configuration file, which governs the collection's structure, but you need to know quite a lot about Greenstone to make radical yet effective changes. This section tells you what you need to know to do this. It also describes the Greenstone directory structure and the format in which documents are stored internally.</Text>
    7474<Text id="24">We assume throughout this manual that you have installed Greenstone on your computer, be it Windows or Unix. If you have not yet done this you should consult the <i>Greenstone Digital Library Installer's Guide</i>. The name <i>GSDLHOME</i> is used throughout to refer to the Greenstone home directory, which is called <i>%GSDLHOME%</i> on Windows systems and <i>$GSDLHOME</i> on Unix ones. You set this directory during the installation procedure.</Text>
    7575<Section id="building_collections_from_the_command_line">
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