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From "Mark R. Diggory" <mdigg...@latte.harvard.edu>
Subject Re: [general] Updating the Commons common web site
Date Fri, 26 Nov 2004 16:42:16 GMT
Thnx...

Eric Pugh wrote:
> This looks better, more consistent!
> 
> 
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: Mark R. Diggory [mailto:mdiggory@latte.harvard.edu]
>>Sent: Friday, November 26, 2004 5:16 PM
>>To: Jakarta Commons Developers List
>>Subject: Re: [general] Updating the Commons common web site
>>
>>
>>I ended up updating the site while I was testing ssh keys on my
>>workstation. please review the site and make sure its what you wanted to
>>see updated.
>>
>>-Mark
>>
>>Mark R. Diggory wrote:
>>
>>>
>>>Martin Cooper wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>>On Thu, 25 Nov 2004 22:17:04 -0500, Mark R. Diggory
>>>><mdiggory@latte.harvard.edu> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>>I'd verify that if you upload the tar.gz file to minotaur,
>>
>>tar -zxvf it
>>
>>>>>and see if it expands properly. Theres no requirement in the
>>
>>site:deploy
>>
>>>>>method that the file open in Winzip.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>Yes, I realise that. However, the .tar.gz file is 45 bytes long. I
>>>>really, really doubt that it contains all of the files needed for the
>>>>web site... ;-)
>>>>
>>>
>>>First, it will only contain the top level site. When I use Maven 1.0 I
>>>get a tar ball 179 kb containing all the top level html pages.
>>>
>>>
>>>>>`maven site:deploy` will publish the tar to the site on minotaur
>>>>>appropriately, you do not have to upload it by hand. There are chances
>>>>>that with newer versions of Maven, that the site build is breaking.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>I'm sure that works if you can ever get your keys or whatever it is
>>>>set up so that ssh doesn't want to ask for a password. I have never
>>>>managed to get that working, and nobody has been able to explain to be
>>>>- in plain English - what I need to do to get it working.
>>>>
>>>
>>>Sounds like your trying to do the build on a Windoz box. I'm always
>>>frustrated by this as well, its a problem with the cmd shell and Java,
>>>not so much Maven. Reguardless, eventually I setup keys to handle the
>>>damn problem. The best option I've found is to use a *nix box to do the
>>>build.
>>>
>>>
>>>>Regardless, even if Maven managed to upload the 45 bytes, I still
>>>>don't think we'd have the site updated properly. ;-)
>>>>
>>>
>>>true, which version of Maven are you using. Granted I havn't tested the
>>>build on anything newer than 1.0
>>>
>>>
>>>>>the docs folder is old and I believe the build.xml file in
>>
>>the top level
>>
>>>>>dir is there because Craig uses it to do nightly builds. I wouldn't
>>>>>attempt building the site using this file, you end up creating a mess.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>OK. Do you have any suggestions on how to get the Maven build in
>>>>commons-build to create the right .tar.gz for uploading / deploying?
>>>>
>>>
>>>You might try setting arguments to the scp/ssh executable to include
>>>your username/passwd
>>>
>>>http://maven.apache.org/reference/plugins/site/properties.html
>>>
>>>I'll hold off on updating the site, why don't you try to get maven to
>>>handle your credentials.
>>>
>>>-Mark
>>>
>>>
>>>>>Martin Cooper wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>>The wiki page on promoting projects indicates that certain files need
>>>>>>to be updated for the Commons common pages, but doesn't indicate how
>>>>>>to build those pages. I've been trying to figure it out, but my
>>>>>>attempts have so far failed.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Here's what I tried:
>>>>>>
>>>>>>1) The Maven build in commons-build seems to generate the right HTML
>>>>>>pages. However, the resulting .tar.gz file doesn't contain
>>
>>those pages
>>
>>>>>>(and in fact, WinZip thinks it's corrupt). So attempting to deploy
>>>>>>from there doesn't work.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>2) The 'docs' target in the build file at the top level of Commons
>>>>>>fails, because it's looking for ./site.vsl, which doesn't appear
>>>>>>anywhere in the jakarta-commons repo. Also, just looking at the build
>>>>>>file, it references ../../anakia-project.xml, while that
>>
>>file seems to
>>
>>>>>>be present as ./anakia-project.xml.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Someone must know how this is supposed to work, since I see that the
>>>>>>entries for Email and Transaction now show up in the right place.
Can
>>>>>>someone enlighten me as to the correct process (and let me know which
>>>>>>of the two approaches above are supposed to work, if any, so that
I
>>>>>>can try to fix them or remove them)?
>>>>>>
>>>>>>Thanks!
>>>>>>
>>>>>>--
>>>>>>Martin Cooper
>>>>>>
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>>>>>
>>>>>--
>>>>>Mark Diggory
>>>>>Software Developer
>>>>>Harvard MIT Data Center
>>>>>http://www.hmdc.harvard.edu
>>>>>
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>>>>>
>>>
>>--
>>Mark Diggory
>>Software Developer
>>Harvard MIT Data Center
>>http://www.hmdc.harvard.edu
>>
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