hmt-digital 1.0.1: digital services of the Homer Multitext project
This git repository is for customizations of the generic
provide digital services for the Homer Multitext project.
The master branch always has the most recent published version (currently, version 1.0 series).
The most recent published version is always installed at http://www.homermultitext.org/hmt-digital.
The HMT project also runs a current development branch on a test server at http://beta.hpcc.uh.edu/tomcat/hmt-digital.
The left-most digit identifies a major version, defined as a version that either dramatically changes functionality, or requires a change in configuration. The second digit from the left identifies an upgrade that adds some functionality to the main version, but does not require a change in configuration. The third digit identifies a version with changes that do not alter the underlying functionality but might change appearance or presentation.
Installation and usage##
The HMT project team is beginning development of a virtual machine to run
hmt-digital (https://github.com/homermultitext/hmt-digital-vm). It is also possible to install the system on
any machine that can run a servlet container, a SPARQL endpoint, and the gradle build system.
- gradle: http://www.gradle.org/
- a version 1.1 SPARQL endpoint serving HMT project data (your own, or a publicly visible one such as http://beta.hpcc.uh.edu:3030/)
- a clone of
In your clone of
citeservlet, set the value of
customDir to the
hmt directory of this repository. You can then use the generic
gradle war or
gradle jettyRunWar tasks within
See the documentation in
citeservlet for more details on how you can configure and customize it.
confs dir includes configuration files for running HMT Digital locally, or for installing on HMT project systems.