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From "Adam R. B. Jack" <aj...@trysybase.com>
Subject Re: 'forrest webapp' broken?
Date Fri, 09 Apr 2004 20:42:07 GMT
> The webapp has been broken, fixed and brokjen again quite a few times
> recently wqith the move to reduce the amount of copying from src to build
to
> run the local wbapp or to build the static site.

Ok, understood.

> I've fixed it a few times and know my way around what is going on fairly
> well. However, I don't have the tim to focus on this right now (I have a
> looming deadline).

Good luck w/ that.

> The problem is that the copying of files for the webapp (as in remotely
> distributed not locally run in Jetty) is getting very untidy. The target
in
> question is "webapp", it essentially uses "webapp-local" to do all the
> groundwork and then it, should, copy in all other required files (libs
etc.)
> and create a different cocoon.xconf.
>
> If anyone wnats to tackle this I recomend you look there, if you are
better
> at Ant scripting than I, then I am sure you can tidy up what I have dopne
in
> that target. If no-one can find a solution I will need to update a live
site
> around the end of April, but I won't be able to tackle it before then.

Does it help that we wish to write (and re-write) xdocs into the directory
once done? Is there a simple way to get this installed and then us just
update docs by writting into the directory? Is it easy to tell su what to
move over?

> A JIRA bug is a good idea, I'll be reminded of it when I return if it
hasn't
> been fixed beforehand.

ok.

regards

Adam


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