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From David Crossley <cross...@apache.org>
Subject Re: can i use the trunk?
Date Wed, 23 Jun 2004 06:56:57 GMT
Eike Stepper wrote:
> David Crossley schrieb:
> > Eike Stepper wrote:
> > > i'm quite new to forrest and had just managed to build
> > > a first small site with the forrest-0.5.1-bin release. now
> > > i have tried to use the trunk version of forrest from svn.
> >
> > This can certainly be done. Have you followed the
> > document called upgrading_06.html ?
> 
> hmm, not very informative ;-(

Sure - it is a document in progress :-)
I was asking if you had at least seen the document,
because there are various issues that you need
to consider if you are upgrading from 0.5.1

> it only states that there is no more copying at all,
> what is definitely wrong for "forrest site" or "forrest".
> i suppose only "forrest run" is meant...
> 
> > > it appears that not all of the raw files are copied to the
> > > build folder, but only the ones directly referenced by some
> > > xdocs.
> >
> > There should be no copying at all. If a few things are
> > still being copied, then they are glitches that we are
> > gradually fixing in the build process.
> 
> actually the following appears to happen:
> 
> project.content-dir=src
> project.raw-content-dir=${project.content-dir}/content/raw
> project.xdocs-dir=${project.content-dir}/content/xdocs
> 
> all javadocs are copied from src/content/raw/docs/api to
> build/site/raw/docs/api, what is wrong. these files are not
> referenced from the (xdoc-) generated html-files.
> 
> only those javadocs that are directly referenced from xdocs
> are copied to build/site/docs/api and would be reachable
> through the generated links. but most of the files are missing
> including the frameset files, so nothing is displayed.

Try adding a menu entry in your site.xml to point to
the top-level of your api docs.

--David




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