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From giacomo <giac...@apache.org>
Subject Re: cvs commit: xml-cocoon2/documentation/xdocs index.xml
Date Thu, 29 Nov 2001 14:58:13 GMT
On 29 Nov 2001 cziegeler@apache.org wrote:

Did anybody objected to the old text?

Giacomo

> cziegeler    01/11/29 06:33:32
>
>   Modified:    documentation/xdocs index.xml
>   Log:
>   Synced docs
>
>   Revision  Changes    Path
>   1.9       +17 -10    xml-cocoon2/documentation/xdocs/index.xml
>
>   Index: index.xml
>   ===================================================================
>   RCS file: /home/cvs/xml-cocoon2/documentation/xdocs/index.xml,v
>   retrieving revision 1.8
>   retrieving revision 1.9
>   diff -u -r1.8 -r1.9
>   --- index.xml	2001/11/23 05:48:13	1.8
>   +++ index.xml	2001/11/29 14:33:32	1.9
>   @@ -12,9 +12,8 @@
>
>     <body>
>     <s1 title="What is it?">
>   -
>      <p>
>   -   Apache Cocoon is an XML framework that raises the usage of
>   +   Apache Cocoon is an XML publishing framework that raises the usage of
>       XML and XSLT technologies for server applications to a new
>       level. Designed for performance and scalability around pipelined SAX
>       processing, Cocoon offers a flexible environment based on the separation
>   @@ -22,18 +21,26 @@
>       configuration system and sophisticated caching top this all off and help
>       you to create, deploy and maintain rock-solid XML server applications.
>      </p>
>   -
>      <p>
>   -   Cocoon interacts with most data sources: filesystems, RDBMS, LDAP,
>   -   native XML databases and network-based data sources. It adapts multi channel
>   -   content delivery to the capabilities of different devices and clients like
>   -   HTML, WML, PDF, SVG, RTF, SOAP just to name a few. Cocoon currently runs as a
>   -   Servlet or from a powerful commandline interface. The choosen design of an
>   -   abstracted environment gives you the freedom to implement your own concrete
>   +   Cocoon interacts with most data sources, including: filesystems, RDBMS,
>   +   LDAP, native XML databases, and network-based data sources. It adapts
>   +   content delivery to the capabilities of different devices like HTML, WML,
>   +   PDF, SVG, RTF just to name a few. Cocoon currently runs as a Servlet or
>   +   from a powerful commandline interface. The chosen design of an abstracted
>   +   environment gives you the freedom to implement your own concrete
>       environment to suit your required functionality.
>      </p>
>   -
>      <p>
>   +   Apache Cocoon @version@ is the latest release of the XML publishing framework.
>   +   It is a complete rewrite of Cocoon 1 and is supposed to remove all those design
>   +   constraint that emerged from the Cocoon 1 experience.
>   +  </p>
>   +    <p>
>   +   This documentation is not complete because documentation is never complete anyway.
However the current
>   +   release is stable and tested thoroughly and you'll find lots of samples which shows
and explains
>   +   the power of Apache Cocoon @version@. We welcome you into this new world of XML
wonders :-)
>   +  </p>
>   + <p>
>       Technologies like Extensible Server Pages (XSP) and the Action framework gives
>       you all the power to add your own logic into the building process of your resources
>       and services you want Cocoon to be able to perform.
>
>
>
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