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From Hugues Marilleau <>
Subject Re: Converting to using Cocoon
Date Fri, 15 Sep 2000 17:01:58 GMT
On Fri, Sep 15, 2000 at 01:03:57PM -0400, Rick Castello wrote :
> I'm in the process of migrating pages from .shtml to XML and XSL
> with Cocoon.
> This will be a long process, however. 
> I'd like to serve up the old content, while working on moving to
> the new format.
> Is there a way to tell Cocoon how to serve up .shtml files?
> Can it keep the #includes?

I don't know what webserver you are using, but with Apache, Cocoon is 
usually configured to handle only .xml files. So all the other files 
(.html, .shtml, .cgi) are handled with Apache, so you can keep an old 
web site and migrate to XML in the same time. I think you can do it with
other HTTP servers also, if your HTTP server is not too lame. Or you can
switch to Apache ;)

> Help MUCH appreciated!

Hope this help.

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