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From Sebastien Sahuc <ssa...@imediation.com>
Subject Re: re [c2] what are the view components for and q on command line@1
Date Thu, 21 Sep 2000 14:51:00 GMT
Stefano Mazzocchi wrote :


> Sebastien Sahuc wrote:
> >
> > Hello,
> >
> > Sorry, but I could not understand what are the view components purpose
> in
> > cocoon 2 sitemap. Could someone give me a hints on this ?

> Oh, gosh, not now: anyway a small hint: views are different exit points
> of the pipelines.. you place "labels" and when you request for a
> particular view the sitemap matches the lables and when found exits and
> jump to the view handler.

> Something like

>  pipeline:  a ---> b -+-> c ---> d
>                       |
>                       A

>  view handler :  A --> X ---> Y ---> Z

> So a normal request generates 'abcd' while the "A" view of the pipeline
> will generate 'abXYZ'

> Hope this makes sense.


OK. So I can understand from a technicaly point of view, but I'm still 
wondering what's the purpose of this ... though I believe there might be 
a lot of usage case...

Anyway thanks for highlighting me.

Sebastien



> > Indeed I started looking at the command line part Stefano wrote and it
> > seems to work mainly with links uri.

> Yes, you ask for the link view to be able to continue crawling the site.

> > Could someone elaborate on the exaxt
> > purpose of the command line, and give me an example on its usage ?

> ./build.sh docs

> but without using Stylebook.

> > Thanks for any reply. Meanwhile I'm going to investigate by myself...
> :-)
> >
> > Sebastien
> >
> > PS: The main reason I'm looking inside the command line is because I'd
> > like to generate off line the XSP code since the on-the-fly generation
> > takes way too long IMHO.
> > And it takes even longer under Catalina : the CPU activity is not
> > reaching 100% (less than 25%) whereas with standard configuration (lib
> in
> > system classpath+ tomcat 3.2dev) the CPU is reaching 100% activity
> when
> > compiling the XSP pages!

> Hmmm, interesting...

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