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From stev...@outerthought.org
Subject [WIKI-UPDATE] CommandLine Fri Jul 18 08:00:04 2003
Date Fri, 18 Jul 2003 06:00:04 GMT
Page: http://wiki.cocoondev.org/Wiki.jsp?page=CommandLine , version: 16 on Fri Jul 18 05:14:26
2003 by JoergHeinicke

- The command line interface is accessible via the java class org.apache.cocoon.Main, or via
the command line. On Windows use {{cocoon cli <parameters>}}. On Unix use {./cocoon.sh
cli <parameters}}.
+ The command line interface is accessible via the java class {{org.apache.cocoon.Main}},
or via the command line.
+ On Unix use {{{./cocoon.sh cli <parameters>}}}
+ On Windows use {{{cocoon cli <parameters>}}}
- In 2.1M3, there are two ways to configure the CLI, via command line parameters and via an
xconf configuration file. The latter provides a greater range of options.
?         -                                        ^                             ^^^

+ In 2.1M3 there are two ways to configure the CLI: via command line parameters or via an
xconf configuration file. The latter provides a greater range of options.
?                                                 ^                             ^^

- or on Windows with: {{cocoon cli -x <xconf file>}}.
?              -----                                ^

+ or on Windows: {{{cocoon cli -x <xconf file>}}}
?                +                              ^

- * The work directory can be anywhere you choose, it is where Cocoon will store various internal
files generated whilst producing your site. Tomcat uses $TOMCAT_HOME/work/localhost/cocoon/
as its work directory. You could use the same. [[IS THIS CORRECT??]]
+ * The work directory can be anywhere you choose, it is where Cocoon will store various internal
files generated whilst producing your site. Tomcat uses {{$TOMCAT_HOME/work/localhost/cocoon/}}
as its work directory. You could use the same. [[IS THIS CORRECT??]]
?                                                                                        
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           ++

- * Default: appends the requested page URI onto the end of the URI specified in the <dest-dir>
element, e.g. {{<uri>documents/index.html</uri>}}
+ * Default: appends the requested page URI onto the end of the URI specified in the {{<dest-dir>}}
element, e.g. {{<uri>documents/index.html</uri>}}
?                                                                                    ++  
       ++

- * Replace: just uses the dest uri, ignoring the uri of the generated page, e.g. {<uri
type="replace" src-prefix="documents/" src="index.html" dest="build/dest/docs.html"/>}}
+ * Replace: just uses the dest uri, ignoring the uri of the generated page, e.g. {{<uri
type="replace" src-prefix="documents/" src="index.html" dest="build/dest/docs.html"/>}}
?                                                                                 +




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