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From Apache Wiki <wikidi...@apache.org>
Subject [Cocoon Wiki] Update of "CocoonWebsiteUpdate" by DavidCrossley
Date Thu, 06 Jul 2006 03:22:13 GMT
Dear Wiki user,

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The following page has been changed by DavidCrossley:
http://wiki.apache.org/cocoon/CocoonWebsiteUpdate

The comment on the change is:
simplify the process for updating the 2.1 docs.

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   * Edit /2.1/index.html and /2.1/news.html via [http://cocoon.zones.apache.org/ Cocoon's
Daisy].
   * Edit /news/index.xml via cocoon-site SVN (see B below).
   * Follow the notes below to generate and update.
-  * Pack the docs for 2.1 download and place beside the release (one way to do this is to
ssh to forrest.zones and zip them from the daily forrestbot build).
+  * Pack the docs for 2.1 download and place beside the release. One way to do this is to
ssh to forrest.zones and zip them from the daily forrestbot build -$DOC_ROOT/ft/build/
+  * Update the 2.1 website (see C below).
   * Regenerate the Javadocs (see A below).
  
  ==  General notes ==
@@ -69, +70 @@

  
  Note: There is a glitch, probably because the 2.1 site has changed its presentation and
the top-level site config is not in sync. So only copy the *.html *.pdf
  
- == C) Generate the 2.1 docs ==
+ == C) Generate the 2.1 docs == 
  
   * cd cocoon-daisy-to-docs
   * forrest
   * cp -Rf build/site/2.1/* ../cocoon-site/site/2.1
+ 
+ Note: That is taking too much time locally (over a minute per doc). A good solution is to
scp the tar file of generated docs from the forrest zone (see above) to your local machine.
  
  ==  D) Upload site into SVN ==
  
@@ -82, +85 @@

  ==  E) Update site on the server ==
  
  Steps are:
-  *  ssh people.apache.org (or cvs.apache.org - same machine)
+  *  ssh people.apache.org
   *  Check your environment: make sure your umask is set to 0002 ('umask 0002' in ~/.profile,
or use the "umask" command)
   *  cd /www/cocoon.apache.org/
   *  svn update

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