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Subject AW: Infrastructure
Date Mon, 15 Oct 2007 10:00:09 GMT
>> I currently have an update script on people (minotaur) that updates
>> ant website once a day from svn. dependent on the location the ivy
>> specifics of the website will be stored the script will need to be
>> updated to do a separate sync for the ivy parts of the website. The
>> current sync is from /ant/core/trunk/docs for the base documentation
>> /ant/core/tags/ANT_170/docs/manual for the manual part of the
>> documentation (this depends on the one doing an explicit checkout of
>> certain branch at a specific position.) I assume the script would
>> up a new location after an explicit initial checkout. If not, I'll
add it.
>> (The script)
>> #!/bin/tcsh
>> cd /www/
>> /usr/local/bin/svn up | /usr/bin/grep -v "At revision"
>The problem is that Ivy's site is stored in svn in a non generated
>which is browsable with a browser, but suffers from some problems of
>browser compatibility and bad indexation by search engines. So the site
>actually deploy is generated using an ant script. So if we want to make
>automatic update it would need to do an svn up in a directory which is
>the site itself, followed by a call to an ant script (which requires
>ant 1.7and java 6 for the use of javascript). I don't know if this is
>easy to do on people.a.o.

Little problem.
Ant 1.7.0 is on /usr/local/share/java/apache-ant
But only a Java5 on /usr/local/diablo-jdk1.5.0

I am not sure about having a "private" Java6 in your homedirectory and
using that for your cron...


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