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From Neeme Praks <ne...@apache.org>
Subject Re: framework javadocs disappeared?
Date Thu, 30 Oct 2003 00:30:17 GMT

Ok, now it's better already: products -> framework gets you to the page 
where you can choose between /framework and /meta... Not sure about the 
naming though... products -> framework -> framework doesn't look too 
obvious to me... dunno.

Thanks,
Neeme

Stephen McConnell wrote:

>
>
> Neeme Praks wrote:
>
>>
>> In the recent regoranization of the site, framework API javadocs seem 
>> to have dissappeared... at least I cannot find any link to them...
>> I tried the logical http://avalon.apache.org/product/framework/api/ 
>> but that didn't work either.
>> Finally I tried http://avalon.apache.org/framework/api/ and that did 
>> the trick... and then I tried also 
>> http://avalon.apache.org/framework/ and that even included the 
>> Javadoc link... but there doesn't seem to be any link to that page 
>> from the main page.... still work in progress? Also, 
>> http://avalon.apache.org/framework/ seems to have link to jakarta 
>> site, if you click on avalon logo at the top. should most probably be 
>> avalon site.
>>
>> Also, http://avalon.apache.org/product/framework/index.html has some 
>> inconsistency in it.
>>
>> If I look at the menu on the left, I get a feeling that the site 
>> structure is this:
>> * overview
>> * latest news
>> * community
>> * products
>>    * framework
>>    * containers
>>    * components
>> * documentation
>>
>> However, if I look at the main content of the page in the center, I 
>> get a feeling that the site structure is this:
>> * overview
>> * latest news
>> * community
>> * products
>>    * framework
>>       * framework - links back to the same page: 
>> http://avalon.apache.org/framework/
>>       * meta - links to a top level page: http://avalon.apache.org/meta/
>>    * containers
>>    * components
>> * documentation
>>
>> Meaning, that framework seems to contain one more framework sub-page 
>> that is actually the same page (be careful, it's recursive). :-) 
>
>
>
> Its not.
> http://avalon.apache.org/product/framework/index.html is the Avalon root
> This referencnes http://avalon.apache.org/framework/index.html
>
>>
>> And meta seems to be also under framework, although if I look at the 
>> URL it seems more like a peer to the framework page and if I click on 
>> the meta link I get to an altogether independent page that has none 
>> of the menu structure on the LHS that the main site has... and I 
>> cannot find the javadoc API (if even I cannot find those docs then I 
>> guess newbies have no hope of finding them) :-( 
>
>
>
> After hitting the link to Avalon Meta the menu on the left contains 
> Overview, Getting Started, MetaModel, Tools, and *Javadoc*.
>
>> Any comments? I could go in and fix something, but I don't really 
>> understand what is supposed to be there and what is broken. 
>
>
>
> I don't think there is anything to fix.
>
> You have Avalon site that is the root of everything and wherever you 
> are on any package - the horizontal menu brings you back to Avalon 
> main.  The Framework menu in Avalon main contains links to the 
> Framework site (which is the framework API and impl).  The Meta link 
> takes you the Meta site.  It a compromize that enables distribution of 
> a complete documetation set with something like framework or meta, 
> while integrating in with the overall Avalon site.
>
>>
>>
>> Rgds,
>> Neeme
>>
>> PS. http://avalon.apache.org/excalibur/component/index.html gives me 
>> 404. 
>
>
>
> Have just fixed this but the site hasn't updated yet.
>
> Cheers, Steve.
>
>
>>
>>
>>
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