|Date||Mon, 01 Jul 2002 13:42:51 +1200|
|Subject||Re: Greenstone Turkish Interface (2.38)|
|"John R. McPherson" wrote:
> After that, you just need to tell greenstone to use these new files.
> In GSDLHOME/etc/main.cfg, there is a setting called "macrofiles".
> Add turkish.dm and turkish2.dm to the list of macro files that
> are already there.
> You should also add another field so that you can set the default
> encoding for your language. Eg, assuming you have used utf8, add a
> line like:
> Language shortname=tr longname=Turkish default_encoding=utf-8
> If you didn't use utf-8, then you most likely used iso-8859-9
> or windows-1254 character set. If you did use one of these other
> sets, you will need to uncomment the encoding from the main.cfg
> file. If you are running the windows greenstone server, you will
> probably need to restart it for any changes to take effect.
Note that the default_encoding argument John talks about here is only
The Turkish text you've written to your turkish.dm and turkish2.dm macro