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From Cyriaque Dupoirieux <>
Subject Re: [jira] Reopened: (FOR-831) Dispatcher Build, Clean and Deploy Batch File for Windows
Date Mon, 27 Mar 2006 14:02:25 GMT

    I am not sure these scripts are still usefull since the (Use plugins in-place if 
src available) makes forrest auto local-deploy every needed plugins 
after the user has made a build clean, build.
    Now the user just have to clean, build, and regenerate his site - 
forrest [site|run]

    More, every needed plugins will be local-deployed instead of just 
the org.apache.forrest.plugin.internal.dispatcher and the 
org.apache.forrest.themes.core !

    Maybe we should just document this and delete this scripts ?

    WDYT ?

    Another thing is do we still need the (Create a new ant task to 
replace builddispatcher script files )
    The new task will just make a clean and build. I don't know if it's 
very interesting ?

    Do I close it ?

    I think we should concentrate on the (Auto Upgrading Plugins) 
and every thing will be Ok (without needing build clean ! ),


le 27/03/2006 05:01 David Crossley (JIRA) a écrit :
>      [ ]
> David Crossley reopened FOR-831:
> --------------------------------
>> Dispatcher Build, Clean and Deploy Batch File for Windows
>> ---------------------------------------------------------
>>          Key: FOR-831
>>          URL:
>>      Project: Forrest
>>         Type: Improvement
>>   Components: Dispatcher (aka views)
>>     Versions: 0.8-dev
>>     Reporter: Gavin
>>     Assignee: Forrest Developers
>>     Priority: Trivial
>>      Fix For: 0.8-dev
>>  Attachments: builddispatcher.bat, builddispatcher.bat, builddispatcher.bat
>> This simple batch file, mentioned I would do this at the recent Forrest Friday, basically
just does all the building,cleaning and deploying of plugins neccessary for using the Dispatcher.
A time saver, if nothing else.
>> Put it in the %FORREST_HOME%/etc/ directory.
>> (forrest-trunk/etc/)

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