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From Stefano Mazzocchi <stef...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [vote] Forrestizing Cocoon and more
Date Tue, 25 Mar 2003 15:44:12 GMT
Stephan Michels wrote:
>>So, at the end, here is what I propose:
>>
>>1) we remove all the old docs targets from the build
>>
>>2) documentation will be done thru forrest. This requires forrest be
>>available on the machine separately. since users won't update the
>>documentation this should not be a problem.
>>
>>3) we ship the pregenerated documentation in the distribution and we
>>ship along the xml source files. if the documentation is included in the
>>webapp cocoon will simply *read* them (not process them as right now).
>>
>>4) this breaks the flow samples that depend on those stylesheets but
>>they are going to be refactored anyway, so don't worry.
>>
>>5) finally, remove all the doc-generation stylesheets from the CVS
>>
>>what do you think?
> 
> 
> So, I have converted all xdocs to v11, and wrote a sitemap, which
> delivers the static content. But now I have the following problem that
> every time I make a webapp all docs must be rehandled :-/

just set exclude.webapp.documentation=true in your 
local.build.properties file.

> I think it is the best to separate these things complete.
> 
> webapp -> create a webapp with samples or a clean webap.
> docs/forrest -> create the static docs.
> 
> BTW, I see much projects, which delivers more than one webapp, perhaps
> it's a solution to offer two war's: cocoon-samples.war, cocoon-clean.war ?

Nah, the build is already configurable enough. If you don't want the 
docs (or the samples, or the javadocs or the IDLdocs) just don't include 
them in your webapp build.

Stefano.


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