Changeset 26777


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Timestamp:
2013-01-23T15:40:09+13:00 (9 years ago)
Author:
davidb
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Additional information added about the new 'local' area on the SVN server

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  • main/trunk/greenstone3/README-SVN.txt

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    2727Checkout the code:
    2828
    29 svn co http://svn.greenstone.org/greenstone3/trunk greenstone3
     29  svn co http://svn.greenstone.org/greenstone3/trunk greenstone3
     30
     31
     32Local Settings
     33--------------
     34
     35You will then need to make sure 'ant' (version 1.7 or greater) and 'javac'
     36(along with an appropriate JAVA_HOME environment variable) can be
     37found from your command line.
     38
     39To help with getting such local command-line settings right, we have
     40started to build up a set of 'local' folder examples available
     41on our svn server.  You can browse these at:
     42
     43  http://trac.greenstone.org/browser/local/
     44
     45For example, in the top-level folder of your Greenstone3 installation,
     46for a build on a 64-bit linux computer you might like to check out:
     47
     48  svn co http://svn.greenstone.org/local/greenstone3/linux-64bit local
     49
     50You should then check files like 'local/gs3-setup.bash' and
     51'local/gs3-devel.bash' and edit the values there, such as JAVA_HOME,
     52to reflect where such programs exist on your local filesystem.
     53to reflect where
     54
     55Prior to compiling, 'cd' into this folder and source the appropriate setup
     56file (the developer 'gs3-devel' file if it exists, as in the case of cross
     57compiling for Anroid), or else the 'gs3-setup' one (for instance gs-setup.sh,
     58gs-setup.bash, or setup.bash)
     59
     60For example:
     61
     62  cd local
     63  source ./gs3-setup.bash
     64  cd ..
     65
    3066
    3167Build and install:
    32 
     68-----------------
    3369
    3470In the greenstone3 directory, check and/or edit the build.properties file. In
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