Michael Dewsnip wrote:
> Yes, of course. However this is not something that we distribute
> with Greenstone, so I haven't made much effort to make it work on
> multiple platforms etc. Also, it is not something we want to
> support (although we're always interested in bug fixes).
thanks a lot! i had kind of hope that it wouldn't be too complicated
to incorporate it into my script but you made quite an effort ;-) so
i think i have to use it as is - don't know, we'll see... it's of
great help anyway! so thank you :-)
> The .cgi scripts include some Unix specific commands in
> backticks. You would have to change these if you want to run it
> on Windows. The image-generation Perl scripts should be more
> portable. I've had problems in the past with the annotate.pl
> script on Windows however, and there is some code near the end
> that you may have to uncomment if you're getting blank images on
well, i'm developing on linux; however, i thought i could make my
script platformindependent, but that's not such a necessity.
> I hope this is enough to get you going.
i definitely think so. thanks again (i have to admit, this "image
generation stuff" was quite a mystery to me, but now that i am able
to look at how you've done it that may change ;-)