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From Mark Lundquist>
Subject Input modules samples in trunk: do they work?
Date Sat, 23 Dec 2006 03:16:01 GMT
Hi gang,

I've just finished up a refactoring and cleanup of the input and output 
modules, which I will submit as a patch to JIRA as soon as I can manage 
to shake it down with some testing.  So, I wanted to test my changes 
using the input modules samples page.  These samples are in 
blocks/cocoon-core-sample/cocoon-core-additional-sample, which is not 
in the pom for dist/cocoon-dist-samples.  I added it and re-ran ("mvn 
jetty:run") the webapp.  Now I get a link to the input modules sample 
page, BUT... I get errors because the sitemap can't find any of the 
input modules being referenced, e.g. "myxml", "defaults" (I got the 
error for "myxml", commented it out and then got the error for 
"defaults"...).  I actually don't really think this has anything to do 
with my changes.... but where do I find the cocoon.xconf, or is there 
even one anymore, or what?


P.S. — on a side note, when I change the sitemap in 
cocoon-core-additional-sample, I have to rebuild the block and then 
restart Cocoon in order for my change to take effect.  I assume that in 
a "real life" setting there is some way for this kind of thing to 
better, so that I can change the sitemap in a block and have it 
reloaded on the fly, like in 2.1... right? :-)

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