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:It involves everything related to the translation of the Kiwix UI and support for end user.
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== See also ==
 
== See also ==

Revision as of 19:39, 3 March 2013

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The developers guide contains a series of documents that will help developers understand Kiwix source code better. Kiwix is free software, and as such invites all developers to make their own modifications.

Building a ZIM
Toolkit to build a dump of Wikipedia ZIM.
Make a DVD
Shows the structure and order of files to run Kiwix from a DVD.
Compile Kiwix
It includes step by step procedure to compile Kiwix. Linux distributions and Windows.
Kiwix UI Translation
It involves everything related to the translation of the Kiwix UI and support for end user.

See also