|Date||Wed, 14 Apr 2004 13:22:10 -0400|
|Subject||[greenstone-users] change image|
I'm working with Yamila, she sent me your mail about change images in greenstone first window:
> First of all, you need to make sure that you have the Greenstone
> source code
> - it comes with the distribution but is not installed by default. (I
> think you can modify your installation to include the source code if
> you don't already have it, by going to Start - settings - control
> panel - add/remove programs - greenstone digital library and choosing
> The images are in src/w32server:
> gsdlcol.bmp (Greenstone digital library) and newgsdl.bmp (the
> You could either replace these with your images renamed to use the
> same names, or you can edit the server.rc file in that directory and
> change the lines
> GSDL_LOGO BITMAP DISCARDABLE "newgsdl.bmp"
> GSDL_COL_TITLE BITMAP DISCARDABLE "gsdlcol.bmp"
> to use your images.
> Then you will need to recompile the library - see gsdl/Install.txt for
> compilation instructions.
I do all these steps, one by one, include Install.txt and do not work.
The first step work correctly ( compile the web library (library.exe) with "nmake /f win32.mak USE_STLPORT=1" (STLport version) or "nmake /f )win32.mak" (non-STLport version). But the second step (compile the local library (server.exe) with "nmake /f win32.mak USE_STLPORT=1 LOCAL_LIBRARY=1" (STLport version) or "nmake /f win32.mak LOCAL_LIBRARY=1" (non-STLport version)),do not work. I´m using Microsoft Visual Studio 6.0 Enterprise Edition.
I hope you can help me