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From e nio <enio...@yahoo.com>
Subject Generic mount directories on release or development
Date Mon, 03 Feb 2003 20:59:55 GMT

   What are the differences in usage of mount/*/**  sub/** or
the */** directories (these are match patterns I picked off the
main sitemap.xmap)? Are they not basically one and the same,
allowing one to add new cocoon application under these
directories without modification to the main sitemap.xmap and no
restart needed? The release version has the mount/*/** for
automount and sub/** on 2.0.4 while */** is on development? Will
this change with the new  block mechanism on 2.1?
  Also is there a quick way to find out which version from the
main sitemap.xmap am I working on? If one has to do some testing
on different release versions or dev, it will probably help
quite a whole lot to have the versioning declared in these
sitemap.xmap.

Regards,
e nio

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