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From Leszek Gawron <>
Subject Re: Using trunk
Date Fri, 24 Feb 2006 20:29:00 GMT
Daniel Fagerstrom wrote:
> To use the current trunk you start with the cocoon-webapp.
>   $ cd cocoon-webapp
>   $ mvn war:inplace jetty6:run
> Then you can point your browser at http://localhost:8888/cocoon-webapp/.
I get this:

Message: No default type exists for 'map:transform' at 

but I will have to double check if I have updated my working copy.

> After having checked that the core actually can serve the start page, it 
> is time to start adding blocks. This is done by adding the blocks that 
> you want to the dependencies in the pom.xml of cocoon-webapp.
> To actually get some result from this you have to copy the content of 
> src/main/resources/WEB-INF to the src/main/webapp/WEB-INF of 
> cocoon-webapp. Now you have the needed configuration files as well.
> Last step is to have some samples to look at. Copy 
> src/main/resources/samples from the appropriate samples project to 
> cocoon-webapp/src/main/webapp/samples/blocks/<block-name>, and point 
> your browser to the samples.

It's not the copying of files that bugs me. Does anyone have a solution 
how to get rid of those files if I do not want them? How do I know 
during commit which files are just copied over from other directories 
and should not be commited.

How do we deal with a total mess that war:inplace leaves in src/ directory?

Leszek Gawron                            
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