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  1. Migrate to Keystone 5

    If you want to upgrade your old Keystone TKL digital library and exploit the fast performance that Keystone 5 offers, here's what you most likely need to change. Please note that since PHP5 differs significantly over PHP4, you should also modify your custom PHP code, especially if it involves XML/DOM manipulation to work with PHP5.

    Posted on August 5th, 2011 by Pantelis Petridis
  2. Install Keystone 5 under Ubuntu/Debian

    In this article we'll see how to install Keystone 5 (ex. Keystone DLS (TKL)) under Ubuntu/Debian. I have tested the procedure using Ubuntu Natty (11.04) as well as Debian Lenny (5).

    Posted on July 21st, 2011 by Pantelis Petridis
  3. Keystone TKL framework for Digital Libraries now supports PHP5

    The past few years IndexData's Keystone Library framework has not been actively developed. When PHP5 was introduced back in 2004 it featured a completely redesigned Document Object Model (DOM) implementation that lacked backward-compatibility. At the same time, Keystone was heavily relying on XML manipulation, so it was not possible for these two to work together and Keystone users were forced to use PHP 4. IndexData at the time focused on other projects and officially stopped...
    Posted on June 24th, 2011 by Pantelis Petridis