The MKSearch system is built around several other free, open source projects. The project also tries to maintain compatibility with the GNU Compiler for Java to avoid the so-called Java trap. In order to achieve compatibility, a number of source modifications have been applied to work around known bugs and limitations of the GCJ compiler. Several of the documentation pages below detail the changes that have been applied in the MKSearch source versions of these systems.
- Tomcat on FC4
Configuration and deployment notes for running Apache Tomcat on Fedora Core 4
- Build notes for FC4
Notes on the compilation of MKSearch on Fedora Core 4, using GCJ 4.0.
- Configuration notes
Notes about special configuration settings in the working version of the MKSearch system
- JSpider start-up process
Notes on the JSpider start-up process
Configuration notes on Sesame
Notes on the JSpider component of MKSearch
Notes on the JUnit test framework for MKSearch
Notes on the JTidy component of MKSearch
- Source file types and extensions
A catalogue of project file types and their extensions.
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