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From Ross Gardler <rgard...@apache.org>
Subject Re: user@forrest.apache.org forrest 0.7 automatic plug-in download problem
Date Tue, 28 Jun 2005 16:07:32 GMT
Petr Pošík wrote:
>>One last thing worth noting is that Forrest does bundle the 
>>one plugin that is required by the seed site used to create a 
>>new site. So in actual fact you don't need to download any 
>>plugins to make it work first time.
> 
> 
> Yes, I think I have already discovered it... (WOW!)
> That is why yesterday I sent (in another message thread in this list) the
> following:
> 
> ------------------------
> Possible workaround:
> In the forrest output, the following row can be seen:
> 
> org.apache.forrest.plugin.output.pdf is not available in the build dir
> 
> In the FORREST_HOME directory there is a "build" dir and a "plugins" dir
> which contains pdf plugin. After I have copied the plugins dir into the
> build dir, the static content could be compiled. Is this the correct
> workaround? Or, is this a correction of the directory structure redesign
> error?
> ------------------------

That would work for the PDF plugin, but not for all plugins. Some must 
be built because they contain java classes etc. The PDF plugin is very 
simple, so a straight copy will do the trick.

> Is this the solution for seeding a new site? Then, a question arrises: why
> the plugin for pdf output is not placed in the build directory directly, why
> it must be coppied from the plugins dir?

An oversight in the build process. I added an RFE already.

Ross


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