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From pascalschumac...@apache.org
Subject [1/2] groovy git commit: remove unused and outdated groovy-contributions.adoc
Date Mon, 11 Jan 2016 20:38:52 GMT
Repository: groovy
Updated Branches:
  refs/heads/master 2046dd76b -> f2a2fc059


remove unused and outdated groovy-contributions.adoc


Project: http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/groovy/repo
Commit: http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/groovy/commit/1fe1400d
Tree: http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/groovy/tree/1fe1400d
Diff: http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/groovy/diff/1fe1400d

Branch: refs/heads/master
Commit: 1fe1400d6f557ee6918bd43087e449913429f6e8
Parents: 2046dd7
Author: pascalschumacher <pascalschumacher@gmx.net>
Authored: Mon Jan 11 20:28:10 2016 +0100
Committer: pascalschumacher <pascalschumacher@gmx.net>
Committed: Mon Jan 11 20:28:10 2016 +0100

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-//////////////////////////////////////////
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-  Licensed to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) under one
-  or more contributor license agreements.  See the NOTICE file
-  distributed with this work for additional information
-  regarding copyright ownership.  The ASF licenses this file
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- - [ ] Knowledge of computer terminal command line
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-Please join any of our mailing lists at http://groovy-lang.org/mailing-lists.html[http://groovy-lang.org/mailing-lists.html]. 
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-Open source developers often need somewhere to keep all their assets. These assets are typically stored in a repository somewhere on the internet. icon:github[link="https://github.com/"] https://github.com/[*GitHub*] is one such storage facility. At *[blue]#Groovy#*, we keep https://github.com/apache/groovy[our _source code_ here].
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-[red yellow-background big]*Sure icon:exclamation[]*
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-
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-image::assets/img/example18.png[Details, align="center"] 
-
-In the box marked *Commit changes* add a short descriptive title and add more detail below. Then click [white green-background big]*Commit changes* button to seal the deal. Easy-peasy icon:exclamation[]  icon:smile[]
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-<<<
-
-== Take The Long Way Home
-
-This way needs more work on your part though it it is more rewarding too.
-
-First we look at the home of [blue]#Groovy# . Then we review the structure and important items. After that we pick up the story at link:#_getting_started[Getting Started.]
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-==== GitHub Information
-
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-<div id="accordion2">
-  <h3>Typical Workflow Steps</h3>
-  <div>
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-<li>locate the groovy code base
-<li>make a copy ( FORK ) of it into your own online GitHub account
- <li>make a local copy ( CLONE ) from your own online GitHub account
- <li>create a new feature branch
- <li>switch to your new feature branch
- <li>build/amend the documents
- <li>provide screen images if needed
- <li>provide test cases to match your documentation
- <li>build and test everything
- <li>commit your changes
- <li>switch to your master branch
- <li>merge your branch full of changes into the master branch
- <li>send ( PUSH ) your changes back to your own online account
- <li>ask the groovy admins to include ( PULL ) your changes in the groovy code base
-</ul>
-  </div>
-
-  <h3>Git Clients</h3>
-  <div>
-<ul>
-<li><a href="http://git-scm.com/downloads/guis" target="_blank">Git Client GUIs for All Platforms</a></li>
-<li><a href="http://docs.oseems.com/general/operatingsystem/ubuntu/install-git-client" target="_blank">Git Client for Ubuntu</a></li>
-<li><a href="http://msysgit.github.io/" target="_blank">Git Client for Windows</a></li>
-</ul>
-</div>
-
-  <h3>Git References</h3>
-  <div>
-<ul>
-<li><a href="https://help.github.com/articles/set-up-git" target="_blank">Setup Git</a></li>
-<li><a href="https://help.github.com/articles/signing-up-for-a-new-github-account" target="_blank">Sign-up for a new Github account</a></li>
-<li><a href="https://help.github.com/articles/fork-a-repo" target="_blank">Fork a repo</a></li>
-<li><a href="http://gitref.org/branching/" target="_blank">Git Branching and Merging</a></li>
-<li><a href="https://gun.io/blog/how-to-github-fork-branch-and-pull-request/" target="_blank">Git Rebase</a></li>
-<li><a href="http://www.markjberger.com/git-tips-for-beginners/" target="_blank">Tips for beginners</a></li>
-<li><a href="http://blog.guy.ht/2010/12/using-branches-to-manage-documentation-on-github/" target="_blank">Manage With Branches</a></li>
-</ul>
-</div>
-
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-
-'''
-
-
-=== Groovy Directory Structure
-
-From here on, we've assumed you have logged into your own *GitHub* account. 
-
-==== Visit Groovy Core Repository on GitHub
-
-Open a web browser, then use address https://github.com/apache/groovy[https://github.com/apache/groovy] to review the [blue]#Groovy# code base. It looks like this :
-
-.Groovy Core on *Github* icon:github[link="https://github.com/apache/groovy", window="_blank"]
-image::assets/img/github4.png[Groovy Core Repository on GitHub, 495, 436, link="https://github.com/apache/groovy",align="center"]
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-There are a number of folders within the [blue]#Groovy# code base. The most important folders are */src* and */subprojects* as these folders hold the base code and scripts for [blue]#Groovy#.
-
-==== The +/src+ Folder
-
-The core of [blue]#Groovy# lives within this folder. Here is where we find a variety of artifacts, scripts, tests, resources, images, etc. 
-
-.Groovy Core Source Folder on *Github* icon:github[link="https://github.com/apache/groovy/tree/master/src", window="_blank"]
-image::assets/img/github1.png[Groovy Core Source, 497, 313, link="https://github.com/apache/groovy/tree/master/src",align="center"]
-
-
-==== The +/subprojects+ Folder
-
-[blue]#Groovy# has many additional features that are not part of the core system. Source code for these added features can be found in the *subprojects* folder. It looks something like this :
-
-.Groovy Core Sub-Projects Source Folder on *Github*  icon:github[link="https://github.com/apache/groovy/tree/master/subprojects", window="_blank"]
-image::assets/img/github2.png[Groovy Core Source, 499, 397, link="https://github.com/apache/groovy/tree/master/subprojects",align="center"]
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-==== The Documentation Folder
-
-Within each */src* and */subproject/src* is a */spec* documents folder that exists, or will soon be created. 
-
-.Groovy Document Specifications Folder on *Github*  icon:github[link="https://github.com/apache/groovy/tree/master/src/spec", window="_blank"]
-image::assets/img/github3.png[Groovy Documents Source, 500, 185, link="https://github.com/apache/groovy/tree/master/src/spec",align="center"]
-
-The two most useful folders here are */doc* and */test*. These two folders hold our documents and test cases.
-
-===== Documents
-
-All of our documents are written as typical text files encoded as *UTF-8* characters. The text is styled in the markup syntax known as http://asciidoctor.org/docs/user-manual/[*asciidoc*] or http://asciidoctor.org/docs/user-manual/[*asciidoctor*] ( the more recent version ). These text files have a filename suffix designation of *.adoc*.
-
-.Groovy Documentation Folder on *Github*
-image::assets/img/github5.png[Groovy Documents Folder, 501, 170, link="https://github.com/apache/groovy/tree/master/src/spec/doc",align="center"]
-
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-
-To prove that [blue]#Groovy# modules work as expected, we often construct test cases that exercise code logic. These test cases are actually [blue]#Groovy# scripts that reside in the */test* folder.
-
-.Groovy Core Test Folder on *Github* icon:github[link="https://github.com/apache/groovy/tree/master/src/spec/test", window="_blank"]
-image::assets/img/github6.png[Groovy Testcase Folder, 505, 303, link="https://github.com/apache/groovy/tree/master/src/spec/test",align="center"]
-
-If you would like to know more about writing effective test cases, please http://groovy-lang.org/testing.html[review this link].
- 
- 
-==== Wrap Up
-
-Ok, that's a quick review of our [blue]#Groovy# code base, the directory/folder structure and important bits. It _should_ give you a starting point  to explore [blue]#Groovy# icon:thumbs-up-alt[]
-
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-
-<<<
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-== Getting Started
- 
-Let's assume you've logged into your *GitHub* account.
-
-.*GitHub* Home Panel
-image::assets/img/githubhomepanel.png[Github Home Panel, align="center"] 
- 
-This is the typical panel you use to work with *GitHub*. It has a variety of things you can do. You'll need to search for the [blue]#Groovy# repository, so look at the top of this panel. See that field named +Search or type a command+ ? Let's use  that to icon:search[].
-
-'''
-
-=== Make [blue]#Groovy# Your Own 
-
-.Search icon:search[] on *GitHub* for Groovy-Core
-image::assets/img/githubsearch.png[Github Search Feature,align="center"] 
-
-Ok, let's look for the *groovy-core* repository. In the field named +Search or type a command+ enter *groovy-core* then click +Search+. You should see a repository named *groovy/groovy-core* so click that to visit the home of [blue]#Groovy#.
-
-''' 
-
-.Fork Groovy Core on *GitHub*
-image::assets/img/githubfork.png[Fork The Code, 541, 156, link="https://github.com/apache/groovy",align="center"]
-
-So you can work on your own version of [blue]#Groovy#, you'll need to make a copy of it. This copy is placed in your own *GitHub* account under your credentials. This task of making a copy is known as *Fork* -ing.
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-Check you're logged into your own *GitHub* account before you start to search.
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-Fork the https://github.com/apache/groovy[groovy/groovy-core] repository on *GitHub* to your own *GitHub* account. Click the +Fork+ button while on the *groovy/groovy-core* panel. When you look at your own *GitHub* home page, you'll see the list of your forked repos and any new repos you make.
-
-.Fork Groovy Core on *GitHub*
-image::assets/img/repolist.png[List of Repos, link="https://github.com/apache/groovy",align="center"]
-
-You now have your own version of [blue]#Groovy# in your *GitHub* account on the remote server. Next, you'll want to bring a copy of it onto your local system. It's easier to work with documents and test cases that way.
-
-'''
-
-TIP: See this https://gun.io/blog/how-to-github-fork-branch-and-pull-request/[gun.io] tutorial covering fork, branch, pull tactics.
-
-'''
-
-=== Terminally Yours
-
-[source,role="console",options="nowrap"]
-.Commands
-----
-Open a terminal/command prompt
-Make a folder to hold your copy of Groovy; for now, create a folder named groovy-core
-Change directories ( cd ) into your groovy-core version of the directory.
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-
-=== Copy [blue]#Groovy#
-
-Clone/copy your forked repository from your own *GitHub* account to your local system, then check which version of the *Java* runtime environment you have. 
-
-[source,role="console",options="nowrap"]
-.Command - ( replace xxxxx with your *GitHub* nickname )
-----
-git clone https://github.com/xxxxxx/groovy-core.git
-cd groovy-core
-java -version
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-
-.Terminal Console Afterward
-image::assets/img/console1.png[List of Commands, align="center"] 
-
-If your java version is earlier than 1.6 you might not be able to do much testing. If it's recent then change directories into the *groovy-core* folder. 
-
-'''
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-=== Check Your Installation
-
-To make sure you can build and test your [blue]#Groovy# version, try to build just the [blue]#Groovy# document suite. 
-
-.Run one of these commands depending on your operating system:
- * +bash ./gradlew asciidocAll+ on Linux/Ubuntu 
- * +gradlew asciidocAll+ on Windows
- * +./gradlew asciidocAll+ for Apple
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-Your sample log might look like this :
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-=== Success ?
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-If your command log looks something like the above, then you have a valid [blue]#Groovy# installation, and you've also constructed a fresh local copy of the [blue]#Groovy# documentation. 
-
-You can check your local copy to see if it looks good. Using the example above, you should have an *index.html* page located in +file:///media/martin/LINKS/groovy-core/target/asciidoc/index.html+ though your actual address of the index.html file will differ a little. Enter your own address as a browser address, then you should see this :
-
-.Groovy Document Index
-image::assets/img/console3.png[Groovy Document Index, align="center"] 
-
-As you update documents, you may need to see how it looks. Following the previous steps, you can do it using the +./gradlew asciidocAll+ command, then open the *Groovy Index* page and navigate to the topic you've updated.
-
-<<<
-
-== Choose Where To Contribute
-
-=== Identify Potential Topics 
-
-Do you have a special interest, or know some areas where you have some knowledge or where your skills may be useful ? There are many areas where your expertise can be put to good use. Here's one idea.
-
-Open the https://github.com/apache/groovy/tree/master/src/spec/doc[Groovy Documentation Tree]. There are a large number of  document files, one for each core component and each separate sub-project extension within [blue]#Groovy#. These are simple text file (no funny stuff)  in a markup syntax called *asciidoc*. Document files end with *.adoc*.
-
-'''
-
-NOTE: This link is for documents in the core system. There are matching trees for each sub-project like json, xml, swing, etc.
-
-'''
-
-For an example, let's look at one document named _core-domain-specific-languages.adoc_. Confirm you are signed into *GitHub* then click the above link to see our live documentation tree. 
-
-You'll be taken into the document set for *domain specific languages* in the live [blue]#Groovy# code base - not your own *GitHub* version. 
-
-''' 
-
-TIP: Remember that [blue]#Groovy# development is dynamic and changes daily.  The copy you took will become dated and will not have newer changes, additions, etc. so it's more accurate to review live [blue]#Groovy# when deciding what you'd like to do.
-
-'''
-
-
-=== Drill Down
-
-See that module named +core-domain-specific-languages.adoc+ ?  Click on that filename.
-
-If you review +core-domain-specific-languages.adoc+, you'll see a button marked +Raw+ at the top right. Click +Raw+ to see the actual plain text markup within the +core-domain-specific-languages.adoc+ file. It starts like this:
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-[source,role="console",options="nowrap"]
-.core-domain-specific-languages.adoc
-----
- = Domain-Specific Languages
-
- == Command chains
-
-Groovy lets you omit parentheses around the arguments of a
-method call for top-level statements. ``command chain'' feature extends this by allowing us to chain such
-parentheses-free method calls, requiring neither parentheses around arguments, nor dots between the chained calls.
-The general idea is that a call like `a b c d` will actually be equivalent to `a(b).c(d)`. This
-also works with multiple arguments, closure arguments, and even named arguments. Furthermore, such command chains can
-also appear on the right-hand side of assignments. Let's have a look at some examples
-supported by this new syntax:
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-[source,groovy]
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-include::{projectdir}/src/spec/test/CommandChainsTest.groovy[tags=commandchain_1,indent=0]
-. .
-...
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-
-Then if you look below, you can see different topics like :
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-[source,role="console",options="nowrap"]
-.Asciidoctor Heading One Titles
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- == Operator overloading
-
-(TBD)
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- == Script base classes
-
-(TBD)
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- == Adding properties to numbers
-
-(TBD)
-
-----
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-Since these titles are marked as *(TBD)* or *To Be Done* they need some work.
-
-=== Ready To Start ?
-
-So now you know how and where to look, you can review our [blue]#Groovy# documents depending on your area of interest. Find a subject title marked something like +== Operator overloading
-
-(TBD)
-+ in one of our *.adoc* files, or whatever takes your fancy.
-
-Then after you decide how/where to donate, register your interest in that area and claim it as yours. Read on to learn how you do that.
-
-<<<
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-== Stand And Declare
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-=== Declare Your Interest 
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-To let us know you're working on a topic, it's useful to put your id, like nickname, date, etc., next to your topic. Edit the *.adoc* file directly in your own online copy of groovy-core to insert your id. After that, save the document, comment and commit the change. Finally, you issue a *PULL* request to the [blue]#Groovy# admins icon:user[] to merge your amendment back into the [blue]#Groovy# code base from your *GitHub* account. 
-
-This way you stake a claim to a particular topic and everyone knows it's what you're working on. If someone else wants to work on that topic, they'll see your id and should avoid it. 
-
-'''
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-NOTE: After you are finished writing, editing, updating and placing your changes back into the [blue]#Groovy# code base, you will need to remove your id.  
-
-'''
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-==== Annotate The Topic Document
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-.Raw Asciidoctor Markup for a Groovy Topic
-image::assets/img/console2.png[Sample Markup, align="center"] 
-
-Here's a demo we did earlier. Notice the line +==== MarkupBuilder
-
-(TBD)
- - assigned to JNorthr 1July14+ assigned to one of our documentation team ?
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-You need to do the same, to an +.adoc+ document in your own GitHub copy. Look in a folder named something like +./groovy-core/groovy-core/src/spec/doc+ to see where your topic has been discussed. Then edit it, adding your id and, if necessary, save as plain text format using the *UTF-8* character set.
-
-'''
-
-WARNING: We do not have a procedure yet for new topics. Can you suggest one ?
-
-'''
-
-If you've cloned/copied groovy-core to your local system, you can do the same thing this way :
-
-[source,role="console",options="nowrap"]
-.Add your remarks
-----
-cd ./groovy-core/groovy-core/src/spec/doc
-edit core-domain-specific-languages.adoc
-// add your id on the topic you'll document
-save core-domain-specific-languages.adoc as UTF-8
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-
-==== Promote Your Change 
-
-[source,role="console",options="nowrap"]
-.Send your remarks back to Groovy
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-cd ./groovyCore/groovy-core/src/spec/
-git status
-git add src/spec/doc/core-domain-specific-languages.adoc
-git commit -m 'add Builder topic to my list to be documented'
-git push origin master
-// provide your credentials to GitHub
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-
-<<<
-
-=== Fix *GitHub*
-
-Now your id is back in your own *GitHub* repo, you can send your change(s) back to [blue]#Groovy#. You must ask [blue]#Groovy# admin icon:user[] to merge your changes into [blue]#Groovy# from your own *GitHub* account. Go to your own *GitHub* home page and find the repository you copied from [blue]#Groovy#.
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-.*GitHub* Pull Request
-image::assets/img/console5.png[Request Pull from Groovy Admin, align="center"] 
-
-A merge is known as a *PULL* request because you are asking [blue]#Groovy# admin icon:user[] to *PULL* your changes back into the [blue]#Groovy# codebase. 
-
-Click the +PULL+ button to see the next panel.
-
-'''
-
-IMPORTANT: Only one *PULL* request can be issued for each branch modification.
-
-'''
-
-+++<br />+++
-
-.Declare New Pull Request
-image::assets/img/console6.png[Request Pull from Groovy Admin, align="center"] 
-
-Click the +New Pull Request+ button.
-
-You will need to enter a comment and title. It helps [blue]#Groovy# admin icon:user[] to understand what's going on.
-
-'''
-
-<<<
-
-=== Review Your Submission
-
-.Confirm Pull Request
-image::assets/img/console7.png[Request Pull from Groovy Admin, align="center"] 
-
-You can review your submitted details here. See where your _commit_ statement appears ? Under that, you can see your actual changes, the line in [red]#PINK# was removed and replaced by the line shown in [green]#GREEN#. ( This sample is from a more recent declaration ).
-
-<<<
-
-== Asciidoctor Markup, A Review
-
-This [blue]#Groovy# document, and most others, are written with  asciidoctor. Each time [blue]#Groovy# is rebuilt, a fresh version of all *.adoc* files are too. Visit our link:groovy-contributions.html#_success[Success] topic above to learn how to review your own  [blue]#Groovy# documents.
-
-Here's an overview of the http://asciidoctor.org/docs/asciidoc-syntax-quick-reference/[Asciidoctor Syntax]. It's a simple markup style that comes with a Ruby Gem. The markup syantax is based on an earlier effort named asciidoc and you can read more about that original version of Asciidoc  http://www.methods.co.nz/asciidoc/userguide.html[here]. Review a http://asciidoctor.org/docs/asciidoc-writers-guide/[style guide here].
-
-=== Why Use Asciidoctor ?
-
-*IN* these days of fast paced application development, it's *GR8* to have a simple markup language and tool to write stuff. The asciidoctor tool is a quick performing ruby gem we can use to write up documentation and reference materials. We can write them quickly, then translate them into either +HTML+ or +Docbook+ output, and we can do this outside the [blue]#Groovy# development environment. Of course, it's an automatic feature of full [blue]#Groovy# build, but on a small scale, it's much easier to see how things look when built locally before the full-build stage.
-
-=== Install Your Own Doctor
-
-If you still wish to donate some expertise, but want to avoid a full [blue]#Groovy# install, it's possible to install the +asciidoctor+ tool on your own system.
-
-In a terminal console, try  +gem install asciidoctor+ using the asciidoctor toolchain guide http://asciidoctor.org/docs/install-toolchain/[here]. 
-
-Then you can write a simple sample plain text file using an editor ( without funny stuff or markup). Follow the syntax guide above. Then when you're ready, you can do this from a command line like  we did here to create this document. This text file is named *groovy-contributions.adoc* and and it was saved with a *UTF-8* character encoding.
-
-After +asciidoctor+ ran, we had an output file named *groovy-contributions.html* in the same directory as the .adoc file. Since the + 
-*CSS* icon:css3[] stylesheet is embedded in the .html document, you can view this result right away, though  images and javascript stuff may not be in the expected place.
-
-+martin@EC548A:~/Desktop$ asciidoctor groovy-contributions.adoc+
-
-If you find you've created something useful, check out our mailing lists to see how you can donate it.
-
-'''
-
-NOTE: http://saltnlight5.blogspot.fr/2013/08/how-to-convert-asciidoc-text-to-html.html[Converting asciidoctor markup to html] - will give Groovy people an overview of other possibilities. 
-
-'''
-
-.Asciidoctor References
- * http://asciidoctor.org/docs/user-manual/[Asciidoctor User Manual]
- * http://asciidoctor.org/docs/asciidoc-writers-guide/[Writer's Guide]
- * http://asciidoctor.org/docs/asciidoc-syntax-quick-reference/[Syntax Reference Guide]
- * http://mrhaki.blogspot.fr/2014/04/awesome-asciidoc-include-partial-parts.html[Mr Haki] explains how to insert *INCLUDE* code snippets in Asciidoc documentation.
- * http://mrhaki.blogspot.fr/2014/06/awesome-asciidoc-change-source-code.html[Mr Haki] shows how to indent source code.
- * http://mrhaki.blogspot.fr/2014/05/awesome-asciidoc-explain-code-with.html[Mr Haki] shows how to explain testcode with callouts.
-
-<<<
-
-== Tag Annotations
-
-Documents benefit from the inclusion of code samples. Live tests that are part of a typical [blue]#Groovy# build are ideal candidates. We know that if a build succeeds, then all it's tests were successful too. Therefore samples from live tests can improve our documents.
-
-Before we get into the topic of test cases, here's a *heads-up* on how we do it using some asciidoctor features.
-
-=== Asciidoctor Includes and Tags
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-Asciidoctor can identify parts of files for inclusion. Use the *include* statement to insert source material from another file. The *include* syntax offers a nice way to choose a piece of the file to include. The *tag* declaration identifies the piece. 
-
-'''
-
-TIP: *tag* names follow a convention of {name of script}_{name of method}_{incrementing number of this test within all tests}[]
-
-'''
-
-Given an asciidoctor declaration like this :
-
-.Sample BuilderSupportTest Include
-....
- === Sample Asciidoc BuilderSupportTest Tag
-
- [source,groovy]
- .BuilderSupportTest.groovy Listing
- ----
- include::BuilderSupportTest.groovy[tags=BuilderSupportTest_add_node_with_value_object4]
- ----
-....
-
-would only insert source statements between the +BuilderSupportTest_add_node_with_value_object4+ tag start and end as follows : 
-
-image::assets/img/example19.png[BuilderSupportTest.groovy Listing] 
-
-from this :
-
-.BuilderSupportTest.groovy
-....
-// tag::BuilderSupportTest_add_node_with_value_object4[]
-        // simple node with one attribute
-        def sb3 = new BuilderSupportTest()
-        def node3 = sb3.foo(name:'value')
-        
-        // node type 3 creation with map as name/value pair
-        assert sb3.log == ['cn3','foo', 'name','value', 'nc',null,'x']
-// end::BuilderSupportTest_add_node_with_value_object4[]
-....
-
-NOTE: +//+ characters identify the remainder of a line as remarks.
-
-'''
-
-Asciidoctor tags are simply remarks / comments and so are invisible at build time. They're declared in pairs as a tag set. The *tag* keyword preceeds the tag name +BuilderSupportTest_add_node_with_value_object4+ followed by the asciidoc required tag ending of +[]+
-
-+// tag::+ says start using text after this line.
-
-+// end::+ says stop using text before this line.
-
-
-Does this make sense ? It's possible to grab some of a live test and insert it into our document. It's always a valid example 'cos the build succeeded [red]#icon:exclamation[]#
-
-icon:thumbs-up[] Ok, let's review test cases next. 
-
-<<<
-
-== Examine Test Cases
-
-=== Review Current Tests
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-Review the https://github.com/apache/groovy/tree/master/src/spec/test[Test Case] folder. There may already be tests that cover your area of interest. Some were written before tag standards  came into existence. It might be as simple as adding asciidoctor tags around a test method.
-
-==== Change Known Test Cases 
-
-Here's an existing test case from +groovy-core/src/spec/test/builder/CliBuilderTest.groovy+ :
-
-Typical class comments preceed the class declaration with author attribution :
-
-[source,role="console",options="nowrap"]
-.CliBuilder Test Class
-----
-/**
-* Tests for CliBuilder. The tests directly in this file are specific
-* to CliBuilder. Functionality in common with other Builders
-* is tested in the parent class.
-*
-* @author Groovy Documentation Community
-*/
-----
-
-Earlier test cases did not use *GroovyTestCase* as a basis, though more recent test cases do : + 
-
-[source,role="console",options="nowrap"]
-.Class
-----
-class CliBuilderTest extends GroovyTestCase {
-----
-
-[source,role="console",options="nowrap"]
-.Sample Test method
-----
- void testObjectNotDefined() {
-
-	// tag::clibuilder_nullobject1[]
-	CliBuilder clibuilder;
-
-	// clibuilder should be null when not initialized
-	assert clibuilder == null;
-
-	// end::clibuilder_nullobject1[]
-
-} // end of method
-----
-
-[source,role="console",options="nowrap"]
-.Sample Result
-----
-	CliBuilder clibuilder;
-
-	// clibuilder should be null when not initialized
-	assert clibuilder == null;
-----
-
-TIP: The *assert* statement should have a remark before it. It should explain say why the test should succeed - *not* why it would fail icon:exclamation[]
-
-'''
-
-=== Add New Test Cases 
-
-It's outside the scope of this document, though if you feel something is missing in our test coverage, please raise a question. Our mailing lists are an ideal place to ask questions and receive suggestions about how you can contribute new test cases. Everyone says more tests improve product quality. Can you think of any tests  we missed ?
-
-==== Copyright Notice
-
-It's always useful to identify the license terms for use with any asset you create or amend. A copyright statement does just that. Here's a sample copyright often used when doing test cases :
-
-[source,role="console",options="nowrap"]
-.Copyright Notice
-----
-/*
- *  Licensed to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) under one
- *  or more contributor license agreements.  See the NOTICE file
- *  distributed with this work for additional information
- *  regarding copyright ownership.  The ASF licenses this file
- *  to you under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the
- *  "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance
- *  with the License.  You may obtain a copy of the License at
- *
- *    http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
- *
- *  Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing,
- *  software distributed under the License is distributed on an
- *  "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY
- *  KIND, either express or implied.  See the License for the
- *  specific language governing permissions and limitations
- *  under the License.
- */
-----
-
-
-=== Forget Test Cases ?
-
-Well, why not ? It's not critical to have samples of test stuff. Plenty of great documentation does not require any reference to tests or the content may not even be about code, logic, tests, scripts.
-
-<<<
-
-== How To Write Documentation
-
-Review current [blue]#Groovy# documents to gain an understanding of how it's written and what sort of content it has. http://groovy-lang.org/json.html[Look at this page about Json]. It uses our latest document standards. Now you know about *tags* you can appreciate how test samples are picked from external sources.
-
-=== Our Suggestions
-
-An introduction describes the purpose of the document. Major topical areas are started by level one headings. More detailed text pieces would be started with level two headings. 
-
-Follow guidelines for version 1.4.0 of Asciidoctor.
-
-=== Refer To Testcase Tags 
-
-As per our notes above about *tags*, write your document to include external text when appropriate.
-
-.Sample Include
-....
- [source,groovy]
- .Test.groovy Listing
- ----
- include::Test.groovy[tags=Test_add_new_json_node_with_value_7]
- ----
-....
-
- 
-=== Images Go Where ?
-
-Images of GUI panels improve understanding and act as a powerful aid to learn new and/or difficult concepts.
-
-Groovy-core images and GUI  related stuff can be put in the  +groovy-core/src/spec/assets/img+ folder.  Sub-projects have their own image folders, so +groovy-core/subprojects/groovy-servlet/src/spec/assets/img+ could keep images if a document concerns servlets. 
-
-'''
-
-WARNING: Some assets/img folders do not exist and must be created.
-
-'''
-
-Please try to keep the size of images small rather than use a very large image then ask asciidoctor to re-scale it smaller. This improves page load times for end users.
-
-<<<
-
-== Review Output
-
-After making changes, adding new features, images, external links, etc., it's useful to review how it all looks on your own local system. If things don't work out, it's easier to fix than after promotion.
-
-=== Regen Groovy Docs 
-
-First, change directories to the *groovy-core* directory created in link:groovy-contributions.html#_copy_span_class_blue_groovy_span[Copy Groovy] step.
-
-[source,bash]
-.Partial asciidocAll Listing
-----
-~/.gradle $ cd /media/martin/LINKS/groovyCore/groovy-core
-/media/martin/LINKS/groovyCore/groovy-core $ ./gradlew asciidocAll
-To honour the JVM settings for this build a new JVM will be forked. Please consider using the daemon: http://gradle.org/docs/1.12/userguide/gradle_daemon.html.
-:buildSrc:compileJava UP-TO-DATE
-:buildSrc:compileGroovy UP-TO-DATE
-:buildSrc:processResources UP-TO-DATE
-:buildSrc:classes UP-TO-DATE
-:buildSrc:jar UP-TO-DATE
-:asciidoctor
-Rendering /media/martin/LINKS/groovyCore/groovy-core/src/spec/doc/core-closures.adoc
-----
-
-To rebuild your version of [blue]#Groovy# documents, try this. Run one of these commands depending on your operating system:
-
- * +bash ./gradlew asciidocAll+ on Linux/Ubuntu 
- * +gradlew asciidocAll+ on Windows
- * +./gradlew asciidocAll+ for Apple
-
-=== Review Generated Results 
-
-If your command worked ok, you'll  have a fresh local copy of the [blue]#Groovy# documentation. 
-
-You can check your local copy to see if it looks good. After a regen, there should be *index.html* page located in +./groovy-core/groovy-core/target/asciidoc/index.html+ ( your actual address may differ ). 
-
-Enter your own address in a browser to see this :
-
-.Groovy Document Index
-[.thumb]
-image::assets/img/example1.png[Groovy Document Index, 290, 425, align="center"] 
-
-As you modify documents, you can now see how they look. Just navigate to the topic you've updated and enjoy the fruits of your efforts  icon:apple[]
-
-<<<
-
-== Cleanup
-
-Ok, we have everything in place. All our changes are good-to-go so now they can go back to +groovy-core+  [red]#icon:exclamation[]#
-
-=== Commit Changes 
-
-+git commit -am \'put a nice clear note here about what you did'+
-
-=== Go To Master Branch
-
-+git checkout master+ 
-
-=== Merge Mods
-
-+git merge <your branch name>+
-
-=== Promote Changes 
-
-+git push origin master+
-
-=== Remove Your Interest Id 
-
-Follow the directions given in link:groovy-contributions.html#_stand_and_declare[Stand And Declare] to remove your id marker.
-
-
-'''
-
-=== Your Merge Request 
-
-==== Groovy *PULL* Requests
-
-In a browser, enter https://github.com/apache/groovy[https://github.com/apache/groovy] to see the *groovy-core* home page in *GitHub*. It's where we can get to the feature to ask our changes to be merged.
-
-image::assets/img/example2.png[GitHub Groovy-core, 794, 182, align="center", link="https://github.com/apache/groovy"]
-
-Take a look here. See *[blue]#Pull Request#* +24+  ? This is where you can see how many other *PULL* requests are open, waiting to be done. Clicking +Pull Requests+ gives you the next view.  The [white green-background]*New pull request* button is there
-
-+++<br />+++
-
-'''
-
-==== *PULL* The Other One
-
-image::assets/img/example4.png[Groovy-core PULL list, 877, 463, align="center", link="https://github.com/apache/groovy/pulls"]
-
-These are the current *PULL* requests for [blue]#Groovy#. Notice how each request has a title ? It's important to provide some idea about what a request will do.
-
-As this example is about adding new documentation, click the [white green-background]*New pull request* button.
-
-'''
-
-.Pick a Branch
-image::assets/img/example12.png[Groovy-core PULL list,  505, 337, align="center",] 
-
-Pick a release to donate to. Typically, this would be the +master+ branch, though if your work is for a future release, you could pick a more relevant branch.
- 
-Click the branch title where your request should go.
-
-'''
-
-.Picked Release 2.4.0-beta-1
-image::assets/img/example13.png[Groovy-core PULL list,  505, 337,align="center"] 
-
-For this example, we'll donate our work to release 2.4.0-beta-1. From this view, we can also see what's going into, or will be removed from this release.  See the [white green-background]*Create pull request* button ?  Click that.
-
-'''
-
-==== Do The Deed
-
-.Provide Some Info
-image::assets/img/example14.png[Groovy-core PULL list, 505, 337, align="center",] 
-
-The [blue]#Groovy# admins icon:user[] use info from this view. Include a title for your request. Put some comments in too to start the thread of conversation about this donation. Click [white green-background]*Create Pull request*. You should receive a pull request number and the  *[blue]#Pull Request#* +24+  count from the home page will become +25+ when your request is confirmed.
- 
-
-+++<br />+++
-
-'''
-
-
-+++<br />+++
-
-.Chill
-****
-icon:asterisk[] You've done everything you can - so chill. Have a cuppa icon:coffee[] , brew icon:beer[] or whatever. 
-
-Robust software needs time to mature. Often there are challenges about why or how something was written, developed, documented or coded. It can result in conversations with a variety of your peers and other knowledge experts about how to proceed. Changes may be needed before a request can merge into [blue]#Groovy#. 
-
-icon:thumbs-up[] It's just part of the process to build better products. icon:ok-sign[]
-****
-
-<<<
-
-== A Waiting Game
-
-Now, you've submitted your request to [blue]#Groovy# admins icon:user[]  and received a *PULL* / +merge+ request number.
-
-=== Track Your Changes
-
-Again, do the same thing we did to create the request.
-
-To follow the progress of your request, in a browser, enter https://github.com/apache/groovy[https://github.com/apache/groovy] to see the *groovy-core* home page in *GitHub*.
-
-image::assets/img/example2.png[GitHub Groovy-core, 794, 182, align="center", link="https://github.com/apache/groovy"]
-
-Look again. This is where you can saw how many other *PULL* requests were open, waiting to be done, including yours. Clicking +Pull Request+ took you to the next page for that view.  
-
-+++<br />+++
-
-'''
-
-==== The *PULL* List
-
-.List Of Requests
-image::assets/img/example4.png[Groovy-core PULL list, 877, 463, align="center", link="https://github.com/apache/groovy/pulls"]
-
-Here are waiting *PULL* requests for [blue]#Groovy#. As this example is about adding *new Builder Documentation*, it was given a request number *488*. Look down the page to find it. 
-
-To learn more about any request, click a request title. *GitHub* opens a request details view as seen below. 
-
-Everything about a request is shown there. It's the data [blue]#Groovy# admins icon:user[] work with. 
-
-Queries might be raised about something in your submission. These comments may require further improvements and/or changes to your submission. It's a bit like a message thread where interested people can follow progress of a submission, make suggestions, etc.
-
-'''
-
-NOTE:  [green]#Green icon:check[] marks# confirm the success of a request. Click the [green]#icon:check[]# icon to see how the request was processed.
-
-'''
-
-At the right of each entry are comment icons icon:comment[2x] with the number of comments made about each request. Click the icon to get the following view.
-
-'''
-
-==== Comments Thread
-
-.Conversation Thread
-image::assets/img/example5.png[PULL Request 488 Details, 843, 555, align="center"] 
-
-We can see all related commentary in this place. It's for a single *PULL* request.
-
-'''
-
-<<<
-
-=== Verify Success
-
-'''
-
-TIP: This step is optional
-
-'''
-
-image:assets/img/teamcity.png[TeamCity, 73, 20, link="http://www.jetbrains.com/teamcity/"]  is a continuous integration service. It's the foundation of the service we use to build *[blue]#Groovy#*.  
-
-To see what's going on, log in as a guest when you visit image:assets/img/teamcity.png[TeamCity, 73, 20, link="http://ci.groovy-lang.org/"]
-
-.TeamCity Login
-image::assets/img/example7.png[TeamCity Login, 429, 273, align="center", link="http://ci.groovy-lang.org/"] 
-
-'''
-
-.Most Recently Executing Merge ( PULL ) Requests
-image::assets/img/example8.png[TeamCity Tasks List, align="center"] 
-
-*PULL* requests become +merge+ requests upon acceptance. Each +merge+ is given a task number, for this example our +merge+ /  *PULL* request *488* is assigned task number *2093*. It was merged into the +master+ core branch of [blue]#Groovy#. Click +488/merge+ to drill down into the details. 
-
-The next view has specific details  about every build attempt made for this request..
-
-'''
-
-.Task List For A Specific Request
-image::assets/img/example9.png[PULL Req 488 Details, align="center"] 
-
-Here we can see that our request *488* has been executed a number of times. Each time it received another task execution number. The most recent task was *2093* marked with [green]#Green icon:check[] mark.# That means *Success* ! 
-
-'''
-
-NOTE: Task *1968* failed as there is a  [red]#red# icon:exclamation[]
-
-'''
-
-For even more detail, we can drill down again into task messages by clicking the request number. Click task +Tests passed 17761+ for next view.
-
-'''
-
-.PULL Request 488 Task 2093 Details
-image::assets/img/example10.png[PULL Request 488 Task 2093 Details, align="center"] 
-
-Ok, so here is the good news ! Request was successful. It passed all 17,761 tests. 
-
-'''
-
-.PULL Request 488 Task 1968 Failure
-image::assets/img/example11.png[PULL Request 488 Task 1968 Details, align="center"] 
-
-Oops  icon:exclamation[]  There was an error ! icon:thumbs-down[] 
-
-As seen above in the task execution list, task +1968+ had bad news. Clicking +1968+ displays this view. 
-
-This needed some icon:ambulance[] work on the part of the submitter to remedy the failure. The image:assets/img/teamcity.png[TeamCity, 73, 20, link="http://ci.groovy-lang.org/"] continuous integration server then scheduled and re-executed the revised submission.
-
-'''
-
-<<<
-
-=== Declare Victory 
-
-When your request is merged into [blue]#Groovy# let everyone know icon:exclamation[]
-
-'''
-
-++++
-<script src="http://code.jquery.com/jquery-1.10.2.js"></script>
-<script src="http://code.jquery.com/ui/1.11.0/jquery-ui.js"></script>
-<script>
-  $(function() {
-    $( "#accordion" ).accordion({ collapsible: true, active:false, heightStyle: "content" });
-    $( "#accordion2" ).accordion({ collapsible: true, active:false, heightStyle: "content" });
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