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From Piroumian Konstantin <KPiroum...@protek.com>
Subject RE: [RT]: One step for a minimal Cocoon
Date Mon, 01 Jul 2002 11:36:52 GMT
> From: Diana Shannon [mailto:shannon@apache.org] 
> On Monday, July 1, 2002, at 04:46  AM, Piroumian Konstantin wrote:
> 
> > This is already done for the scratchpad and would be fine 
> also for the
> > samples. The only problem is that you'll need also some 
> additional info,
> > e.g. a short description, for the sample. I've proposed to add a
> > 'map:description' top-level element to sitemap, which can be used to
> > generate that info.
> -1 IMO this breaks SoC.

For using it in a page for samples list - yes, but generally, a
'description' element can be used also with sitemap authoring tools to
provide some descriptive information to the user. And as a side effect it
can be used in our case, until we invent something more appropriate.

> 
> > Another idea is the have a sample.xml document in each 
> sample directory,
> > that can be processed by the XPathDirectoryGenerator to get 
> the needed
> > description from it.
> +1 Then we can expand such a file in the future to include 
> more that a 
> short description.

For simple samples (e.g. 'hello world', 'svg') this file can be the
front-page, and then it's worth it. But the samples with their own layout
and styles would like to have their own front-page (i18n, flow). 

So, I'd like to use a description from the sitemap for the page with the
samples list and samples should provide a default matcher displaying the
desired front-page. 

If you explain what else can be added to the sample.xml document except a
short description then I'll change my opinion.

Konstantin

> 
> Diana
> 
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