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From Patrick Refondini <>
Subject Re: Cocoon 2.2 - Use a block for the "root" sitemap
Date Tue, 19 Dec 2006 09:19:44 GMT
Reinhard Poetz wrote:
> Reinhard Poetz wrote:
>> Patrick Refondini wrote:
>>> Daniel Fagerstrom wrote:
>>>> The root servlet should be mounted at "" not "/". Alexander had the 
>>>> same problem. So even if I find the current behavior intuitive, no 
>>>> one else seem to agree ;). So we should probably have special 
>>>> handling of "/" as you suggest.
>>> I just tested "" configuration and it does exactly what I was looking 
>>> for, uh ! Although having special handling of "/", if found 
>>> acceptable in term of coding, could be valuable for dummy users like 
>>> I :O) or those who won't read the docs.
>>> Talking about documentation, would this:
>>> be the place where the block protocol and configurations like these 
>>> could be best described ?
>> The block documentation should go to 
>> or to one 
>> of its siblings in the menu tree.
> The document that you refered to should contain a short recipie how to 
> add another block to an existing block and continues where "Your first 
> Cocoon application" 
> ( and 
> "Your first Cocoon pipeline" 
> ( end.
Thank you for clarifications. I need more block usage knowledge before 
pretending to produce any useful documentation, but this comes together 
with understanding the existing documentation structure.

Best Regards,


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