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From Niclas Hedhman <nic...@hedhman.org>
Subject Re: Mailing list subscription bad on the site
Date Wed, 10 Dec 2003 02:56:36 GMT
On Wednesday 10 December 2003 04:50, J Aaron Farr wrote:
> Leo has a cron job that runs every couple of hours which checks out
> (does a cvs update actually) everything in the avalon-site/site module.
> This is what you see on the website.  So in order to do an update you
> must:
>    1. Change the XML or HTML source
>    2. Generate the html site (via maven usually)
>    3. Replace the old HTML files in avalon-site/site with the newly
> generated ones via import or copy
>    4. Commit both changes to the source and the newly generated pages to
> CVS (only commit what you need.  No need to regenerate the whole site if
> it's not necessary)
>    5.  Wait a couple hours to see what you messed up. :)

Is this really optimal?
The phrase "[manually] replace the old HTML files ... with the newly 
generated...", sounds like a perfect candidate of MLMU(tm) (manual labour 
Wouldn't it be better that the cron job does all of the above, and if that 
takes too much CPU, make it happen less frequently?


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