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From dona...@apache.org
Subject cvs commit: jakarta-avalon/src/documentation/content/framework index.xml reference-containers.xml reference-the-lifecycle.xml
Date Sat, 16 Nov 2002 23:59:41 GMT
donaldp     2002/11/16 15:59:41

  Modified:    src/documentation/content Tag: FORREST-branch
                        getting-started.xml index.xml
               src/documentation/content/framework Tag: FORREST-branch
                        index.xml reference-containers.xml
  Remove remaining *_BASE tokens
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  Index: getting-started.xml
  RCS file: /home/cvs/jakarta-avalon/src/documentation/content/Attic/getting-started.xml,v
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  --- getting-started.xml	16 Nov 2002 23:53:12 -0000
  +++ getting-started.xml	16 Nov 2002 23:59:41 -0000
  @@ -20,13 +20,13 @@
   			<p>An effort is underway to write a concise, example-oriented guide
   			to avalon that will get you up and running in about 2 minutes. You
   			can find the draft
  -			<link href="@AVALON_BASE@/excalibur/tweety/avalon-for-beginners.html">here</link>.</p>
  +			<link href="excalibur/tweety/avalon-for-beginners.html">here</link>.</p>
   <title>Developing with Avalon</title>
   			<p>Another really neat document is our
  -			<link href="@AVALON_BASE@/developing/">Developing with Avalon whitepaper</link>.
  +			<link href="developing/">Developing with Avalon whitepaper</link>.
   			It's quite extensive, but very thorough and well-written. If you're an
   			experienced software engineer, you'll definately appreciate it.</p>
  @@ -55,16 +55,16 @@
   <title>Avalon Cornerstone</title>
   				<p>Much the same is true for the cornerstone documentation. We
   				suggest you read the
  -				<link href="@AVALON_BASE@/cornerstone">overview</link>, then
  +				<link href="cornerstone">overview</link>, then
   				browse the
  -				<link href="@AVALON_BASE@/cornerstone/api">javadocs</link>
  +				<link href="cornerstone/api">javadocs</link>
   				for more information.</p>
   <title>Avalon Phoenix</title>
  -				<link href="@AVALON_BASE@/phoenix/getting-started.html">Avalon Phoenix getting
started document</link>
  +				<link href="phoenix/getting-started.html">Avalon Phoenix getting started document</link>
   				desribes the HelloWorld demo Service demo. Tt will take you
   				through downloading, installing and then running the demo step
   				by step so it is an easy place tp start</p>
  @@ -76,7 +76,7 @@
   				rather with Phoenix or another container, so you don't normally
   				need to learn much about logkit. If you are interested in learning
   				more about it, there's a really good
  -				<link href="@AVALON_BASE@/logkit/whitepaper.html">whitepaper</link>
  +				<link href="logkit/whitepaper.html">whitepaper</link>
   				on it (it doesn't have a real 'getting started' document).</p>
    +6 -6      jakarta-avalon/src/documentation/content/Attic/index.xml
  Index: index.xml
  RCS file: /home/cvs/jakarta-avalon/src/documentation/content/Attic/index.xml,v
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  --- index.xml	16 Nov 2002 23:53:12 -0000
  +++ index.xml	16 Nov 2002 23:59:41 -0000
  @@ -74,7 +74,7 @@
  -          <link href="@EXCALIBUR_BASE@/index.html">Excalibur</link> is a collection
  +          <link href="excalibur/index.html">Excalibur</link> is a collection
             implementations and common code based on and implementing the
             <link href="framework/index.html">Avalon Framework</link>.
  @@ -83,7 +83,7 @@
  -          <link href="@PHOENIX_BASE@/index.html">Phoenix</link> is a server
  +          <link href="phoenix/index.html">Phoenix</link> is a server oriented
             Application Server. Applications and Services that conform to the framework
             rules can be hosted in Phoenix. The Application server manages the applications
             classloader, security and logging needs. It also provides a JMX-based management
  @@ -94,8 +94,8 @@
  -          <link href="@CORNERSTONE_BASE@/index.html">Cornerstone</link> is
a repository.
  -          for what we call <link href="@PHOENIX_BASE@/what-is-a-block.html">blocks</link>,
  +          <link href="cornerstone/index.html">Cornerstone</link> is a repository.
  +          for what we call <link href="phoenix/what-is-a-block.html">blocks</link>,
             which provide services vital to server applications. The blocks include blocks
             services such as scheduling and socket management.
  @@ -104,7 +104,7 @@
  -          <link href="@APPS_BASE@/index.html">Applications</link> is a repository
  +          <link href="apps/index.html">Applications</link> is a repository
             Phoenix blocks.  Some are simple self-contained demos of Phoenix applications,
             others are complete standalone products, and a few are ambitious works in progress.
             If you are looking for a starting point for a Phoenix block or a complete server,
  @@ -115,7 +115,7 @@
  -          <link href="@LOGKIT_BASE@/index.html">LogKit</link> is the preferred
logging toolkit
  +          <link href="logkit/index.html">LogKit</link> is the preferred logging
             used by the Avalon subprojects.</p>
   	  It is quite possible to use the other avalon subprojects without committing to logkit.
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  Index: index.xml
  RCS file: /home/cvs/jakarta-avalon/src/documentation/content/framework/Attic/index.xml,v
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  --- index.xml	16 Nov 2002 23:53:16 -0000
  +++ index.xml	16 Nov 2002 23:59:41 -0000
  @@ -79,7 +79,7 @@
   <title>Avalon Framework Reference Documentation</title>
              Besides the
  -           <link href="@AVALON_BASE@/api/index.html">Javadocs</link>, we have
  +           <link href="../api/index.html">Javadocs</link>, we have
              <link href="diagrams/">Class diagrams</link>, the
              <link href="reference-the-lifecycle.html">Lifecycle specification</link>
and the
              <link href="reference-containers.html">List of containers</link>.
    +2 -2      jakarta-avalon/src/documentation/content/framework/Attic/reference-containers.xml
  Index: reference-containers.xml
  RCS file: /home/cvs/jakarta-avalon/src/documentation/content/framework/Attic/reference-containers.xml,v
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  --- reference-containers.xml	16 Nov 2002 23:53:16 -0000
  +++ reference-containers.xml	16 Nov 2002 23:59:41 -0000
  @@ -29,7 +29,7 @@
   	  as hosted components.  These can be applications like a web server, RDBMS or
   	  EJB server. It provides many advanced features like automatic management, at the
   	  cost of a bit of complexity.
  -          See <link href="@PHOENIX_BASE@/index.html">Phoenix</link>.
  +          See <link href="../phoenix/index.html">Phoenix</link>.
  @@ -46,7 +46,7 @@
   	exclusively as a teaching tool. It has no features whatsoever besides basic support
   	for the avalon lifecycle. This results in a complete distribution the size of the
   	phoenix bootstrapper.
  -	See <link href="@AVALON_BASE@/excalibur/tweety">Tweety</link>
  +	See <link href="../excalibur/tweety">Tweety</link>
    +1 -1      jakarta-avalon/src/documentation/content/framework/Attic/reference-the-lifecycle.xml
  Index: reference-the-lifecycle.xml
  RCS file: /home/cvs/jakarta-avalon/src/documentation/content/framework/Attic/reference-the-lifecycle.xml,v
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  --- reference-the-lifecycle.xml	16 Nov 2002 23:53:16 -0000
  +++ reference-the-lifecycle.xml	16 Nov 2002 23:59:41 -0000
  @@ -20,7 +20,7 @@
           The Avalon project provides an
           application that functions as a container for componentized applications 
  -        called <link href="@PHOENIX_BASE@/index.html">Phoenix</link>.  This
is not 
  +        called <link href="../phoenix/index.html">Phoenix</link>.  This is
           exclusive, components adhering to lifecycle interfaces, can be mounted in 
           custom containers.  Cocoon and others mounts their own containers for 
           components and invoke relevant methods from the lifecycle interfaces.  See

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