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Timestamp:
2009-06-15T15:57:02+12:00 (15 years ago)
Author:
kjdon
Message:

removed gdbm stuff, modified some comments

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  • greenstone3/trunk/build.properties.in

    r19035 r19842  
    33
    44## java compilation properties - for javac
    5 #Should compilation include the debug option?
     5# Should compilation include the debug option?
    66compile.debug=true
    7 #Should compilation include the deprecation option?
     7# Should compilation include the deprecation option?
    88compile.deprecation=true
    9 #Should compilation include the optimize option?
     9# Should compilation include the optimize option?
    1010compile.optimize=true
    1111
     
    1717
    1818## Tomcat installation
    19 #Set this to the internet/intranet name of the machine that Tomcat is/will be run on. localhost is fine for accessing the server from the local machine, but not remotely
     19# Set this to the internet/intranet name of the machine that Tomcat is/will be
     20# run on. localhost is fine for accessing the server from the local machine,
     21# but not remotely
    2022tomcat.server=localhost
    2123# The port number that tomcat is/will be run on
     
    2527# If tomcat is already running, enter the path to the base directory here
    2628tomcat.installed.path=
    27 #uncomment the following if you have moved the greenstone3 web directory to tomcats webapps dir
     29# uncomment the following if you have moved the greenstone3 web directory to tomcats webapps dir
    2830#web.home=${tomcat.installed.path}/webapps/greenstone3
    2931
     
    5153proxy.password=
    5254
    53 # Not all unix systems (for example MacOS) come with GDBM pre-installed
    54 # To keep things simple, instruct Greenstone3 to download a GDBM tar file
    55 # configure and install it. The location used by default is within the
    56 # Greenstone3 src/packages area
    57 install.gdbm=true
    58 gdbm.installed.path=${gdbm.home}
    5955
    6056##Flax stuff##
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