I am constructing this somewhat organized set of notes to be the manual for learning to take over the projects I worked on while I was here.
This should include the necessary installation/troubleshooting info for the Digital Anatomist for the WWW, and also user manuals to some degree.
This is the list and descriptions of the functions that the Knowledge Base Server understands. This is written for the most recent version of the Knowledge Base Server I have been working with on the SGIs with MSQL as the back-end datbase.
This is the manual provided with the version of the gd library used in DA-CGI programs such as drawStuff. The gd library is the graphics library that provides easy high-level functions for creating and modifying GIF files, such as what is done in the program drawStuff. There are more recent versions of this library available, but this is the docs for the version that is distributed with the DA-CGI version 2.1.
The standard Slisp docs. I didn't write these, but this is what I use for reference.
This is a very nice page that has links to all the HTML tutorials one can handle. Especially nice because it includes Netscape's HTML extensions.
Covers the basic HTML FORM tags. Does not include "file" input types at this time.
Explains HTTP Authentication for NCSA-derived servers. This stuff works with Apache.
The name speaks for itself. This might not be applicable to any existing system I've worked on or developed here, but I see it providing some solutions to some problems that will need to be solved in the near future. This may or may not happen before I leave.
A must for the Java programmer. Even if you have the neat Nutshell book. This was my guiding light throughout the development of FrameBuilder.
Explains life the way it really is. Also good for taking a break.