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From Bernhard Huber <berni_hu...@a1.net>
Subject Re: userdoc xdoc templates
Date Tue, 02 Apr 2002 22:01:15 GMT
Hi,

<snip/>

>
>Cool stuff! What do we need to make these generated docs better? Where
>it gets sitemap definition and sitemap usage snippets? Every particular
>component can have many configuration parameters which should be
>documented.
>
i see two possibilities to enhance the docu
see also (http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?t=101226845700001&r=1&w=2)
1. include some external xml-snippet, but this way docu and java source 
will go separate ways more easily as today

2. enhance the java source code with some specific java doc tags

A first try was SearchGenerator.java defining "@cocoon:name search".

Let's introduce for every behaviourale apect of an sitemap component. As
I'm not a sitemap component guru so i'm quite sure i miss some aspects.

The Players:
Action
Generator
Selector
Matcher
Transformer
Serializer
Readers

The Tags

General javadoc-tags
@cocoon:name {name} the default sitemap name of the sitemap component, 
eg @cocoon:name i18n, @cocoon:name xslt

@cocoon:status [default|core|optional|scratchpad] status of the sitemap 
component, for TraxTransformer @cocoon:status default, for I18N 
Transformer @cocoon:status core

 From the Avalon-Context

Javadoc-tags For Sitemap Components being Configurable
@cocoon:config element="{name}"
  [parent="{name}"]
  type="{type-descriptor}"
  description="{text}"
  required="yes|no" [default="{default-value}]
e.g.: For I18N Transformer @cocoon:config element="catalogue-name" 
parent="none" type="string"
  description="basename of the message catalog"
  required="yes",

Javadoc-tags For Sitemap Components being Parameterizable
@cocoon:parameter name="{name}"
  type="{type-descriptor}"
  description="{text}"
  required="yes|no" [default="{default-value}]

Javadoc-tags For Sitemap Components using Context
@cocoon:context name="{name}"
  type="{type-descriptor}"
  description="{text}"
  required="yes|no" [default="{default-value}]

 From the Servlet-Context

Javadoc-tags For Sitemap Components using http request-parameter
@cocoon:http-request parameter name="{name}"
  type="{type-descriptor}"
  description="{text}"
  required="yes|no" [default="{default-value}"]
for SearchGenerator: @cocoon:config element="analyzer" type="FQN" 
description="This element defines the analyzer to use for searching. 
Take care to use a compatible analyzer as used when generating the 
index. " required="no" 
default="org.apache.lucene.analysis.standard.StandardAnalyzer"

Javadoc-tags For Sitemap Components using http request-attributes
@cocoon:http-request-attribute name="{name}"
  type="{type-descriptor}"
  description="{text}"
  required="yes|no" [default="{default-value}"]

Javadoc-tags For Sitemap Components using http session attributes
@cocoon:http-session-attribute name="{name}"
  type="{type-descriptor}"
  description="{text}"
  required="yes|no" [default="{default-value}"]

 From the Sitemap-Context
Javadoc-tags For Sitemap Components using Sitemap Parameters

I think its quite a major task to realize that kind of docu, on the 
other hand cacheability can be
deduced from the the class descriptor directly if checking for Cacheable 
interface.
Moreover if the tags are defined while generating the reference docu we 
might check if
Contextualize is implemented that there are @cococoon:context tagsm and 
vice a versa.

Any comments are welcome.

bye bernhard

>
>Btw, I found a typo in generators-ref.xml: "Sitmap Definition".
>
uhhpss,,

>
bye bernhard




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