Hi, are there any guidelines or rules of how to write in OpenOffice (which styles to use) to be able to produce pages like it is demonstrated at http://forrest.apache.org/dtdx/document-v20.html.

I also took a peek at apache lenya. If only I could integrate forrest with editing capabilities of lenya's build in editors.

Is the majority of forrest doc written by hand in xdoc? Any other techniques?

-Borut


Amazing! =-O    It works!

On 8.9.2005 15:44, Thorsten Scherler wrote:
On Thu, 2005-09-08 at 15:38 +0200, Borut Bolčina wrote:
  
Hello list!

I am evaluating Forrest for our new project to serve as project 
documentation framework. I installed and played with it a bit. Soon I 
found OpenOffice input plugin.

I added two versions of the same file (.sxw and a new .odt) to 
doc\src\documentation\content\xdocs\samples and edited site.xml to add 
navigation to those 2 files.

...
<faq label="FAQ" href="faq.html" description="Frequently Asked Questions" />
    <OpenOffice-v1 label="OpenOffice v1" href="testOO.sxw" 
description="OO test v1"></OpenOffice-v1>
    <OpenOffice-v2 label="OpenOffice v2" href="testOO.odt" 
description="OO test v2"></OpenOffice-v2>
    <subdir label="Subdir" href="subdir/">
...

Then I did forrest (builded ok). The menu did show new items, but after 
clicking them a download dialog appeared. I thought the conversion to 
HTML will occur. The plugin installed correctly I think.

    

;-) You will get what you define.
<OpenOffice-v2 label="OpenOffice v2" href="testOO.odt"/>

If you want html:
<OpenOffice-v2 label="OpenOffice v2" href="testOO.html"/>

HTH

  
I did not found documentation on this topic. Can you help please?

Regards,
Borut