IMaP is controlled by the version control system Subversion. All sites using IMaP must be updated through Subversion.
These web sites currently use IMaP:
IMaP demo site (http://lettuce.tapor.uvic.ca/~taprimap/imapdemo/demo/, local folder /home1t/taprimap)
For the IMaP demo web site: shell to server lettuce, then cd /home1t/tapriamp, then run ./svnupdate.sh [pw] where [pw] is a password for the user ID you logged on with (must have Subversion permissions). If you leave off the password you will be asked for it several times, so best to include it. The entire site will be updated (four steps).
viHistory (http://vihistory.uvic.ca/content/maps/imaps.php, http://vihistory.uvic.ca/content/maps/htdocs/admin/admin.php, local folder /home1t/taprhist)
For the viHistory web site: shell to server lettuce, then cd /home1t/taprhist, then run ./svnupdate.sh [pw] where [pw] is a password for the user ID you logged on with. The entire site will be updated – both the viHistory main site and the IMaP instance embedded in the main site (the IMaP instance is embedded at /home1t/taprhist/www/content/maps).
Map of London (http://mapoflondon.uvic.ca/experimental_map.php, local folder /home1t/london)
For the Map of London web site: shell to server lettuce, cd /home1t/london, run ./london_update.sh. The shell script (written by Mike) has the user name and password right in it, a dubious practice from a security standpoint, but it isn't David's project so he didn't mess with it. The IMaP instance is embedded at /home1t/london/www/imap.
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IMaP is a tool for the markup and display of very large images on the web. It is mostly used for displaying maps with overlays, but can be used to display any image. Images can be marked up with the HCMC Image Markup Tool or the open source Inkscape drawing program.
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