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From kue...@trustable.de
Subject Re: Re: uncompressed file in zip from ZipArchive serializer?
Date Tue, 19 Jul 2011 08:02:03 GMT
Hi Wendell,

no, I am thinking in terms of Java coding, not just sitemap configuration. But nevertheless
the sitemap components like the ZipSerializer are straight-forward pieces of software andeasy
to expand if you're a medium java programmer. 
In your special caser I was thinking of extending the existing serializer with a few more
lines of code. If you don't feel comfortable with this maybe you got some Java nerds in your
project ?

Greetings

Andreas
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Betreff: Re: uncompressed file in zip from ZipArchive serializer?
Gesendet: Mo, 18. Jul 2011
Von: Wendell Piez<wapiez@mulberrytech.com>

> Dear Andreas,
> 
> This is good news.
> 
> On 7/18/2011 2:59 PM, kuehne@trustable.de wrote:
> > don't worry to enhance the Zip serializer ! Just another attribute in
> > the input structure to set the method to 'STORED' aka 'uncompressed'
> > and your done ...
> 
> Cool. Could you please be specific as to how I would do this?
> 
> Currently I have:
> 
> <zip:archive xmlns:zip="http://apache.org/cocoon/zip-archive/1.0">
>    <zip:entry name="mimetype" serializer="text">
>      <mimetype>application/epub+zip</mimetype>
>    </zip:entry>
>    ...
> 
> (Note that the 'text' serializer will prevent emitting the extra 
> <mimetype>...</mimetype> tagging, which isn't wanted in the output but 
> which Cocoon seems to require in the input.)
> 
> I could also do it like this, slightly less conveniently, asking Cocoon
> to serve the 'mimetype' file from a pipeline:
> 
> <zip:archive xmlns:zip="http://apache.org/cocoon/zip-archive/1.0">
>    <zip:entry name="mimetype" src="cocoon:/mimetype"/>
>    ...
> 
> Would you be able to tell me which attribute should be modified where, 
> using either or both these approaches, or a different one, to get the 
> mimetype file into the zip uncompressed?
> 
>  From your email I might guess @method='stored' or 'STORED' on 
> zip:entry, but I haven't yet had any luck with this.
> 
> Gratefully,
> Wendell
> 
> > ----- original Nachricht --------
> >
> > Betreff: uncompressed file in zip from ZipArchive serializer?
> > Gesendet: Mo, 18. Jul 2011 Von: Wendell
> > Piez<wapiez@mulberrytech.com>
> >
> >> Hi,
> >>
> >> I am currently using Cocoon to produce EPUB files, using the
> >> ZipArchive serialization method.
> >>
> >> One requirement of EPUB is that the first file in the archive, the
> >> mimetype file, not be compressed. (It needs to be visible
> >> uncompressed starting at byte 30 of the EPUB file.) Until I can do
> >> this my EPUBs won't be compliant.
> >>
> >> I don't see any way of doing this with the current zipArchive
> >> serialization. And the page at
> >> http://code.google.com/p/cocoon-epub/issues/detail?id=1 would seem
> >> to suggest it is not now supported OOTB. Am I stuck or do readers
> >> of this list have any good suggestions?
> >>
> >> Thanks, Wendell
> >>
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