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From giacomo <giac...@apache.org>
Subject RE: moving apache cocoon web site into cocoon2
Date Tue, 19 Jun 2001 20:21:30 GMT
On Tue, 19 Jun 2001, Torsten Curdt wrote:

> > > there's been some renewed interest from the xml pmc in using cocoon2 to
> > > generate part or all of xml.apache.org. do y'all think c2 is stable and
> > > capable of performing that job? does anyone have any particular interest
> > > in spearheading this? i don't think it should be too hard to transform
> > > the
> > > stylebook map files into c2 sitemap files, at least as a starting
> > > point...
> >
> > I've pondered a little about it. The tricky part is the navigation bar. I've
> > tried to make a general pipeline snipped to achieve that but havn't had much
> > luck so far because of the fact that some links are active (the current page)
> > and other are not which a XSP has to recognize. I've tried to implement it as a
> > logicsheet which indeed would be a great convenience for all C2 users serving
> > sites of types like the xml.apache.org.
>
> What I did to archieve this is to a have a general sitemap xml (as a non-cocoon term)
> file with a definition of all accessible files and menus and their URIs.
> I pass the current URI via XSP and in the stylesheet you can quite easily select
> the current page an/or hide different levels of navigation by comparing the URIs.

Can this approach be used with out current document system at
xml.apache.org (site-/docs-book.xml, document-v10.dtd, etc.)?

Giacomo

>
> My 2 cents...
> --
> Torsten
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