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From "Adam R. B. Jack" <aj...@trysybase.com>
Subject Re: How do I tell forrest to use context/xdocs/**/*.xml
Date Tue, 09 Sep 2003 22:25:06 GMT
My bad, it turned out I wasn't writing those pages due to a bug in the
Python code I am developing. The test environments/tests differed, it wasn't
platform or config or forrest release. When forrest can crawl to the pages
they do show.

I am much closer now, thanks...

     http://gump.chalko.com/py/

BTW: Any pointers on if  I can turn of PDF links/generation? I'd like to
save the cycles and not generate PDF for this transient information site.

regards

Adam
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Adam R. B. Jack" <ajack@trysybase.com>
To: <forrest-dev@xml.apache.org>
Sent: Monday, September 08, 2003 7:51 PM
Subject: How do I tell forrest to use context/xdocs/**/*.xml


> I think it is time to admit I need some forrest 101 help.
>
> I am attempting to dynamically create xdocs for Gump, and example is here:
>
>    >
> The layout of my 'site' is roughly:
>
>         index.xml (the gump 'workspace' which lists all modules, below)
>         {module}/index.xml (a module, of which there are hundreds)
>         {module}/{project}.xml (on per project)
>         {module}/{worktype}/{work}.xml (some per module/project)
>
> plus:
>
>         gump_stats/index.xml -- plus links to others
>         gump_xref/index.xml -- plus links to others
>
> My problem is that locally (on a W2K install) I get a full site, but when
I
> build this via two Linux forrest I get missing pages, primarily missing
> project pages. [Uh oh, gosh -- as I write this I do hope it isn't a file
> case issue, I don't believe it is, and I still need the 101 even if it
is.]
> Sometimes it "finds" files, but mostly it does not -- and these files *are
> linked* from pages forrest processes. What is interesting is it seems to
> "learn" over time, it seems to improve the coverage over time.
>
> When I've asked foresters about this they say "use site.xml". Well, I've
> reviewed this documentation, and I see how to add menus, and I see how to
do
> linking, but I don't see how to "index" a site.
>
>     http://xml.apache.org/forrest/linking.html#site.xml
>
> Do I list all directories, do I somehow teach it an <include
"**/*.xml"/> -- 
> I'm sorry, I just don't see it.
>
> I'd really appreciate a simple pointer on how I list files, do I use fill
> path or relative, etc. BTW: Most of my pages aren't in menus, in case that
> is relevant, they are just linked to from other pages.
>
> Thanks in advance for any pointers.
>
> regards,
>
> Adam
> --
> Experience Sybase Technology...
> http://www.try.sybase.com
>


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