Right, you want to do some coding for the HighWire project and wonder where to start? Find a few essential guidelines in
HighWire coders FAQ.
If you need information regarding the internal document structures of HighWire along with some comments on implementations, then HighWire DOM is for you. It also covers the correspondences between
HighWire's internal storage of a Document and the W3 specs
for the Document Object Model.
The CVS server is accessed through the "pserver" method.
To view the CVS tree with your browser, use this URL:
Now open a shell and type:
Now type 'cvsanon' as password. If all is ok you get a prompt without any additional message. If something goes wrong you get an error message.
Now you can checkout a working copy of the current HighWire branch with:
cvs checkout highwire
As the HighWire sources can be compiled on a variety of C-compilers, you will need to get libraries for the one of your choice.
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GCC (gemlib, ungif)
Pure-C (gemlib, ungif, png, jpg,
Lattice-C (gemlib, ungif,
If in any way involved in developing HighWire you should of course join the developers mailing list to get up-to-date with everything about HighWire.