|Date||Fri, 02 Mar 2007 09:27:58 +1300|
|Subject||Re: [greenstone-users] Question concerning the Library executable file.|
Try to edit the macros first, because the library is a comiled c++ executable, which requires programming experience to modify.
The library executable file is compiled (or created) from c++ source code in the greenstone/src/recpt directory. To modify the library executable you would edit the c++ code in the recpt directory mentioned, and then recompile the executable from there.
What would you like to change? Search for what you would like to change in the greenstone/macros directory. Greenstone allows many things to be changed through macros without resorting to changing the source code.
For more information about macros see:
Additionally, there is a lot of other information in the wiki if you have a search around:
Try searching for customization.
Hope this helps,
-- DL Consulting Greenstone Digital Library and Digitisation Specialists firstname.lastname@example.org www.dlconsulting.com
Neal, Rick wrote:
Greetings, Does anyone know what you could use to edit the Library executable file with? Thanks, Rick Neal Library Systems Manager University of Richmond