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From "Ted Kirby" <>
Subject Re: System Module descriptions
Date Wed, 03 Oct 2007 20:04:19 GMT
Cool!  I wrote a (cough, cough) perl script to generate wiki markup
for a table from the data in the configs/*/pom.xml files, and updated
the wiki page with it.  I then produced a merged table to compare
existing pom descriptions to the ones I had entered.  I'd like to get
further input, store updated descriptions in the pom.xml description
element, and then I think it makes sense to generate a page from the
pom.xml data.  There appear to be two attributes for each that would
be nice to capture in doc:  whether the module is initially started,
and whether it should *never* be started.  I wonder if any sort of
attribute could be added for capturing this in pom.xml?

Ted Kirby

On 10/2/07, David Jencks <> wrote:
> Nice!
> In trunk, the <description> element in the config's pom gets put into
> the geronimo-plugin.xml description so it really needs to be
> accurate.  It would be great if we could generate future versions of
> this page from the plugin catalog.  Meanwhile it might be worthwhile
> comparing the descriptions here with the descriptions in the trunk
> configs' poms to make sure they are consistent and the most
> informative wins :-)
> thanks!
> david jencks
> On Oct 2, 2007, at 3:05 PM, Ted Kirby wrote:
> > I have added this wiki page
> > to list the
> > modules that come with the (2.0.1) server, along with:
> >
> > 1. A brief description of what the module does
> > 2. Is it started by default, or
> > 3. Should it never be started?
> >
> > This is a first draft.  I solicit feedback and encourage folks to
> > update the page as appropriate.  There are some modules with which I
> > am not familiar.
> >
> > Ted Kirby

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