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From ilgro...@apache.org
Subject svn commit: r1330402 - /cocoon/site/site/2.2/1290_1_1.html
Date Wed, 25 Apr 2012 16:32:49 GMT
Author: ilgrosso
Date: Wed Apr 25 16:32:49 2012
New Revision: 1330402

URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc?rev=1330402&view=rev
Log:
Publishing updated pipeline page

Modified:
    cocoon/site/site/2.2/1290_1_1.html

Modified: cocoon/site/site/2.2/1290_1_1.html
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/cocoon/site/site/2.2/1290_1_1.html?rev=1330402&r1=1330401&r2=1330402&view=diff
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--- cocoon/site/site/2.2/1290_1_1.html (original)
+++ cocoon/site/site/2.2/1290_1_1.html Wed Apr 25 16:32:49 2012
@@ -171,11 +171,8 @@ XSLT that produces HTML as output</li>
 the XML, <a href="../2.2/core-modules/core/2.2/851_1_1.html"><b>tranformers</b>
</a>can alter the
 stream of SAX events and a
 <a href="../2.2/core-modules/core/2.2/849_1_1.html"><b>serializ<b>e</b></b><b>r</b></a>
-finally creates an output stream which is sent to the client.The image above shows the 3
most popular components:<ul>
-<li>file generator</li>
-<li>XSLT transformer</li>
-<li>HTML serializer</li>
-</ul><b>Sitemaps</b> are used to define those pipelines and connect them
+finally creates an output stream which is sent to the client.
+<b>Sitemaps</b> are used to define those pipelines and connect them
 with requests. These connections are defined by some kind of rules. In the
 context&#xa0; of Cocoon&#xa0; those rules are named matchers. Whenever one of those
rules
 (<i>matcher</i>) matches, a pipeline is executed.<h1>Create a pipeline
in the sitemap</h1>First, open <tt>src\main\resources\COB-INF\sitemap.xmap</tt>
in your favorite



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