Copyright (C) 1995-2008, Index Data ApS.
See the file LICENSE for details.
The primary output of the source here is the YAZ library, which
contains support functions for implementing the server or client
role of Z39.50 and SRU.
On Unix, GNU configure is used to configure YAZ and generate Makefiles.
Type "./configure", then "make" to build YAZ. Read
doc/installation.unix.html for details.
On Windows, a MS Visual Studio makefile is provided (nmake). The commands
should do. Refer to doc/installation.win32.html for details.
Note: If you are using the CVS snapshot of YAZ you must have autoconf,
automake, libtool and xsltproc installed. Before running configure, create
support files by running buildconf.sh in the top-level directory of YAZ.
In any case refer to the documentation in sub directory doc or read
it online at http://www.indexdata.com/yaz/
src Source for the YAZ library.
util Utility programs, ASN.1 compiler, MARC dump utility, and others.
client A demonstration client for testing the protocol. It's bug'n
ugly. But, it supports many features.
ztest A demonstration server that implements a backend.
etc Various configuration files.
include/yaz The various header files.
To get more information or assistance, send mail to email@example.com.
Even better, sign on to the YAZ mailing list here: