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Subject svn commit: r1231099 - /incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/
Date Fri, 13 Jan 2012 14:46:38 GMT
Author: simonetripodi
Date: Fri Jan 13 14:46:37 2012
New Revision: 1231099

URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc?rev=1231099&view=rev
Log:
s/Any23/Apache Any23

Modified:
    incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/any23-plugins.apt
    incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/configuration.apt
    incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/dev-csv-extractor.apt
    incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/dev-data-conversion.apt
    incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/dev-data-extraction.apt
    incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/dev-microdata-extractor.apt
    incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/dev-microformat-extractors.apt
    incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/dev-validation-fix.apt
    incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/developers.apt
    incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/extractors.apt
    incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/getting-started.apt
    incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/index.apt
    incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/install.apt
    incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/service.apt
    incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/supported-formats.apt

Modified: incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/any23-plugins.apt
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/any23-plugins.apt?rev=1231099&r1=1231098&r2=1231099&view=diff
==============================================================================
--- incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/any23-plugins.apt (original)
+++ incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/any23-plugins.apt Fri Jan 13 14:46:37 2012
@@ -1,10 +1,10 @@
-Any23 Plugins
+Apache Any23 Plugins
 
 * Introduction
 
-    This section describes the <Any23> plugins support.
+    This section describes the <Apache Any23> plugins support.
 
-    <Any23> comes with a set of predefined plugins.
+    <Apache Any23> comes with a set of predefined plugins.
     Such plugins are located under the <any23-root>/<<plugins>> dir.
 
     A plugin is a standard <Maven3> module containing any implementation of
@@ -15,9 +15,9 @@ Any23 Plugins
 
 * How to Register a Plugin
 
-   A plugin can be added to <Any23> by:
+   A plugin can be added to <Apache Any23> by:
 
-   * adding its <JAR> to the <Any23> <JVM classpath>;
+   * adding its <JAR> to the <Apache Any23> <JVM classpath>;
 
    * adding its <JAR> to the <$HOME/.any23/plugins> directory.
 
@@ -25,7 +25,7 @@ Any23 Plugins
 
    TODO: plugin support in library
 
-   TODO: plugin support in Any23 Service
+   TODO: plugin support in Apache Any23 Service
 
     Any implementation of <ExtractorPlugin> will automatically registered to the
     {{{./xref/org/apache/any23/extractor/ExtractorRegistry.html}ExtractorRegistry}}.
@@ -35,7 +35,7 @@ Any23 Plugins
 
 * How to Build a Plugin
 
-   <Any23> takes care to <test> and <package> plugins when distributed
from its reactor <POM>.
+   <Apache Any23> takes care to <test> and <package> plugins when distributed
from its reactor <POM>.
    It is aways possible to rebuild a plugin using the command:
 
 +------------------------------------------
@@ -94,12 +94,12 @@ public class Version implements Tool {
     }
 
     public int run(String[] args) {
-        final String version = Any23.VERSION;
+        final String version = Apache Any23.VERSION;
         if(version == null) {
             System.err.println("Error while retrieving configuration info.");
             return 1;
         }
-        System.out.println(String.format("Any23 Core v. %s", version));
+        System.out.println(String.format("Apache Any23 Core v. %s", version));
         System.out.println();
         return 0;
     }

Modified: incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/configuration.apt
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/configuration.apt?rev=1231099&r1=1231098&r2=1231099&view=diff
==============================================================================
--- incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/configuration.apt (original)
+++ incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/configuration.apt Fri Jan 13 14:46:37 2012
@@ -42,13 +42,13 @@ final String propertyValue = immutableCo
 
     To obtain a <modifiable> {{{./xref/org/apache/any23/configuration/Configuration.html}
Configuration}}
     instead it is possible to use the <<copy()>> method.\
-    One of the <<Any23>> constructors accepts a <<Configuration>>
object that allows to customize the behavior
-    of the <<Any23>> instance for its entire life-cycle.
+    One of the <<Apache Any23>> constructors accepts a <<Configuration>>
object that allows to customize the behavior
+    of the <<Apache Any23>> instance for its entire life-cycle.
 
 +----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 final ModifiableConfiguration modifiableConf = DefaultConfiguration.copy();
 final String oldPropertyValue = modifiableConf.setProperty("propertyName", "new property
value");
-final Any23 any23 = new Any23(modifiableConf, "extractor1", ...);
+final Apache Any23 any23 = new Apache Any23(modifiableConf, "extractor1", ...);
 ...
 +----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
@@ -56,30 +56,30 @@ final Any23 any23 = new Any23(modifiable
 
     It is possible to customize the behavior of a single data extraction by providing an
     {{{./xref/org/apache/any23/extractor/ExtractionParameters.html} ExtractionParameters}}
-    instance to one the <Any23#extract()> methods accepting it. <<ExtractionParameters>>
allows to customize any <property> and <flag>
+    instance to one the <Apache Any23#extract()> methods accepting it. <<ExtractionParameters>>
allows to customize any <property> and <flag>
     other then the <<specific extraction options>>.\
     If no custom parameters are specified the default configuration values are used.
 
 +----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-final Any23 any23 = ...
+final Apache Any23 any23 = ...
 final TripleHandler tripleHandler = ...
 final ExtractionParameters extractionParameters = ExtractionParameters.getDefault();
 extractionParameters.setFlag("any23.microdata.strict", true);
 any23.extract(extractionParameters, "http://path/to/doc", tripleHandler);
 +----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
-* Any23 Core Module Default Configuration
+* Apache Any23 Core Module Default Configuration
 
 *-------------------------------------------+-------------------------------+------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
 | Property Name                             | Default Property Value        |Description
                                                                        |
 *-------------------------------------------+-------------------------------+------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
-| any23.core.version                        | <current any23 core version>  |String
declaring the Any23 Core module version.                                     |
+| any23.core.version                        | <current any23 core version>  |String
declaring the Apache Any23 Core module version.                                     |
 *-------------------------------------------+-------------------------------+------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
-|any23.http.user.agent.default              |Any23-CLI                      |User Agent Name
used for HTTP requests.                                             |
+|any23.http.user.agent.default              |Apache Any23-CLI                      |User
Agent Name used for HTTP requests.                                             |
 *-------------------------------------------+-------------------------------+------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
 |any23.http.client.timeout                  |10000 (10 secs)                |Timeout in milliseconds
for a HTTP request.                                         |
 *-------------------------------------------+-------------------------------+------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
-|any23.http.client.max.connections          |5                              |Max number of
concurrent HTTP connections allowed by the internal Any23 HTTP client.|
+|any23.http.client.max.connections          |5                              |Max number of
concurrent HTTP connections allowed by the internal Apache Any23 HTTP client.|
 *-------------------------------------------+-------------------------------+------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
 |any23.rdfa.extractor.xslt                  |rdfa.xslt                      |XSLT Stylesheet
to be used to perform HTML to RDF extraction of RDFa.               |
 *-------------------------------------------+-------------------------------+------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
@@ -93,7 +93,7 @@ any23.extract(extractionParameters, "htt
 *-------------------------------------------+-------------------------------+------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
 |any23.extraction.context.uri               |?(means current document URI)  |Default value
for extraction content URI.                                           |
 *-------------------------------------------+-------------------------------+------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
-|any23.plugin.dirs                          |./plugins                      |Directory containing
Any23 plugins.                                                 |
+|any23.plugin.dirs                          |./plugins                      |Directory containing
Apache Any23 plugins.                                                 |
 *-------------------------------------------+-------------------------------+------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
 |any23.microdata.strict                     |on (possible values: on/off)   |Activates/deactivates
the microdata strict validation.                              |
 *-------------------------------------------+-------------------------------+------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+

Modified: incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/dev-csv-extractor.apt
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/dev-csv-extractor.apt?rev=1231099&r1=1231098&r2=1231099&view=diff
==============================================================================
--- incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/dev-csv-extractor.apt (original)
+++ incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/dev-csv-extractor.apt Fri Jan 13 14:46:37 2012
@@ -4,9 +4,9 @@ CSV Extractor Algorithm
   an RDF representation of a CSV file compliant with the {{{http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc4180.txt}RFC
4180}} 
   and that foresees an header.
   Such extractor relies on the presence of an header to use the named fields as RDF properties.
-  Field delimiter could be automatically guessed or specified via {{{./configuration.html}Any23
Configuration}}.
+  Field delimiter could be automatically guessed or specified via {{{./configuration.html}Apache
Any23 Configuration}}.
 
-  Given a document with URL <url>, <<Any23>> uses the following algorithm
to extract RDF:
+  Given a document with URL <url>, <<Apache Any23>> uses the following
algorithm to extract RDF:
 
      * It tries to guess the fields delimiter and to detect the header
 

Modified: incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/dev-data-conversion.apt
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/dev-data-conversion.apt?rev=1231099&r1=1231098&r2=1231099&view=diff
==============================================================================
--- incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/dev-data-conversion.apt (original)
+++ incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/dev-data-conversion.apt Fri Jan 13 14:46:37 2012
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
 Data Conversion
 
 +----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-/*1*/ Any23 runner = new Any23();
+/*1*/ Apache Any23 runner = new Apache Any23();
 /*2*/ final String content = "@prefix foo: <http://example.org/ns#> .   " +
                              "@prefix : <http://other.example.org/ns#> ." +
                              "foo:bar foo: : .                          " +
@@ -18,10 +18,10 @@ Data Conversion
 /*8*/ String nt = out.toString("UTF-8");
 +----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
- This example aims to demonstrate how to use <<Any23>> to perform RDF data conversion.
+ This example aims to demonstrate how to use <<Apache Any23>> to perform RDF
data conversion.
  In this code we provide some input data expressed as <<Turtle>> and convert
it in <<NTriples>> format.
 
- At <<line 1>> we define a new instance of the <<Any23>> facade,
that provides all the methods
+ At <<line 1>> we define a new instance of the <<Apache Any23>> facade,
that provides all the methods
  useful for the transformation. The facade constructor accepts a list of extractor names,
if specified
  the extraction will be done only over this list, otherwise the data <MIME Type> will
detected and will be applied
  all the compatible extractors declared within the

Modified: incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/dev-data-extraction.apt
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/dev-data-extraction.apt?rev=1231099&r1=1231098&r2=1231099&view=diff
==============================================================================
--- incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/dev-data-extraction.apt (original)
+++ incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/dev-data-extraction.apt Fri Jan 13 14:46:37 2012
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
 Data Extraction
 
 +----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-/*1*/ Any23 runner = new Any23();
+/*1*/ Apache Any23 runner = new Apache Any23();
 /*2*/ runner.setHTTPUserAgent("test-user-agent");
 /*3*/ HTTPClient httpClient = runner.getHTTPClient();
 /*4*/ DocumentSource source = new HTTPDocumentSource(
@@ -18,8 +18,8 @@ Data Extraction
 /*9*/ String n3 = out.toString("UTF-8");
 +----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
-   This example demonstrates the data extraction, that is the main purpose of <<Any23>>
library.
-   At <<line 1>> we define the <<Any23>> facade instance. As described
before, the constructor allows to enforce
+   This example demonstrates the data extraction, that is the main purpose of <<Apache
Any23>> library.
+   At <<line 1>> we define the <<Apache Any23>> facade instance.
As described before, the constructor allows to enforce
    the usage of specific extractors.
 
    The <<line 2>> defines the <HTTP User Agent>, used to identify the client
during <HTTP> data collection.
@@ -71,7 +71,7 @@ _:node14r93a8dex1 .
 
 Filter Out Accidental Triples
 
-   To remove accidental triples <<Any23>> provides a set of useful filters, located
+   To remove accidental triples <<Apache Any23>> provides a set of useful filters,
located
    within the <<org.deri.any23.filter>> package.
 
    The filter {{{./xref/org/apache/any23/filter/IgnoreTitlesOfEmptyDocuments.html}IgnoreTitlesOfEmptyDocuments}}

Modified: incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/dev-microdata-extractor.apt
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/dev-microdata-extractor.apt?rev=1231099&r1=1231098&r2=1231099&view=diff
==============================================================================
--- incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/dev-microdata-extractor.apt (original)
+++ incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/dev-microdata-extractor.apt Fri Jan 13 14:46:37 2012
@@ -10,6 +10,6 @@ Microdata Extractor
   It is possible to retrieve the <<JSON>> representation of the same Microdata
as defined
   at section {{{http://www.w3.org/TR/microdata/#json}http://www.w3.org/TR/microdata/#json}}
   by using the Microdata commandline tool,
-  see {{{./getting-started.html#any23tools_script}Getting Started - Any23 Tools}}.
+  see {{{./getting-started.html#any23tools_script}Getting Started - Apache Any23 Tools}}.
 
   

Modified: incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/dev-microformat-extractors.apt
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/dev-microformat-extractors.apt?rev=1231099&r1=1231098&r2=1231099&view=diff
==============================================================================
--- incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/dev-microformat-extractors.apt (original)
+++ incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/dev-microformat-extractors.apt Fri Jan 13 14:46:37
2012
@@ -2,16 +2,16 @@ Microformat Extractors
 
  This section describes some extractions corner-cases and their relative RDF representations.
  Main aim of this section is to describe how
- some specific cases are processed with <<Any23>> showing the correspondences
between the extracted RDF triples.
+ some specific cases are processed with <<Apache Any23>> showing the correspondences
between the extracted RDF triples.
 
 {microformat-nesting}
 * Nesting different Microformats
 
 [TODO: add picture about microformat nesting structure.]
 
- This section describes how <<Any23>> represents, with RDF, the content of an
HTML fragments containing different nested
+ This section describes how <<Apache Any23>> represents, with RDF, the content
of an HTML fragments containing different nested
  Microformats.
- <<Any23>> performs the extraction executing different extractors for every supported
Microformat on a input HTML page.
+ <<Apache Any23>> performs the extraction executing different extractors for
every supported Microformat on a input HTML page.
  There are two different possibilities to write extractors able to produce a set of RDF triples
that coherently
  represents this nesting.
 
@@ -20,7 +20,7 @@ Microformat Extractors
   * Embedding explicitly the logic within the
   {{{./xref/org/apache/any23/extractor/html/package-summary.html}Microformats Extractors}}
 
-  * Using the default <<Any23>> nesting feature.
+  * Using the default <<Apache Any23>> nesting feature.
 
  In the first case, the logic for representing the nested values, is directly embedded in
the upper-level Extractor.
  For example, the following HTML fragment shows an hCard that contains an hAddress Microformat.
@@ -96,7 +96,7 @@ public class HCardExtractor extends Enti
 +----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
 
- Instead, the second manner is to leave to <<Any23>> the responsibility of identifying
nested Microformats and produce
+ Instead, the second manner is to leave to <<Apache Any23>> the responsibility
of identifying nested Microformats and produce
  a set of descriptive RDF triples.
  More specifically, the following HTML fragment, provided as a reference example on
  the {{{http://www.google.com/support/webmasters/bin/answer.py?answer=146862}Google Webmaster
tools blog}},
@@ -117,7 +117,7 @@ public class HCardExtractor extends Enti
 </p>
 +----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
- Due to the fact that the <<Any23>> provided extractors don't explicitly foresee
the possibility of nesting such two
+ Due to the fact that the <<Apache Any23>> provided extractors don't explicitly
foresee the possibility of nesting such two
  Microformats, it automatically identifies the nesting relationship and represents it with
the following triples:
 
 +---------------------------------------------------------

Modified: incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/dev-validation-fix.apt
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/dev-validation-fix.apt?rev=1231099&r1=1231098&r2=1231099&view=diff
==============================================================================
--- incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/dev-validation-fix.apt (original)
+++ incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/dev-validation-fix.apt Fri Jan 13 14:46:37 2012
@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@ Validation and Fixing
 
   Introduction
 
-   <<Any23>> Is able to detect <<ill-formed HTML DOM content>> and
apply fixes over it.
+   <<Apache Any23>> Is able to detect <<ill-formed HTML DOM content>>
and apply fixes over it.
 
    This section will show how to write RDFa validation Rule and Fix for RDFa.
 
@@ -10,21 +10,21 @@ Validation and Fixing
    These errors may lead to a failures during RDF extraction process from HTML pages but
since they are, typically, syntax errors
    they could be easily detected and fixed with some heuristics.
 
-   This pages describes the <<Any23>> rule-based approach, that allows it to
detect, fix and correctly extract
+   This pages describes the <<Apache Any23>> rule-based approach, that allows
it to detect, fix and correctly extract
    RDF from those ill-formed RDFa in XHTML pages.
 
-   More specifically, <<Any23>> allows you to write a {{{./xref/org/apache/any23/validator/Rule.html}Rule}}
+   More specifically, <<Apache Any23>> allows you to write a {{{./xref/org/apache/any23/validator/Rule.html}Rule}}
    able to detect the errors, a {{{./xref/org/apache/any23/validator/Fix.html}Fix}} containing
the logic to fix the problem and a
    {{{./xref/org/apache/any23/validator/Validator.html}Validator}} which acts as a register
of rules and fixes. The Validator
    calls all the registered rules and when one of them is applied it calls the associated
Fix.
 
-   The following code snipped shows how to programmatically detect and fix a very common
data error with <<Any23>>.
+   The following code snipped shows how to programmatically detect and fix a very common
data error with <<Apache Any23>>.
 
   Fix Missing Prefix Mappings Declaration
 
    Sometimes, web authors forget to declare prefix mappings. For example, you can't just
use something like dcterms:title
    without first declaring the dcterms prefix mapping. If a prefix mapping isn't declared,
the RDFa parser won't understand
-   the prefix when it is used in your document. This may lead <<Any23>> to don't
extract such embedded RDF triples.
+   the prefix when it is used in your document. This may lead <<Apache Any23>>
to don't extract such embedded RDF triples.
 
    This:
 
@@ -42,7 +42,7 @@ Validation and Fixing
 </div>
 +------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
-   With the <<Any23>> {{{./xref/org/apache/any23/validator/package-summary.html}Validator}}
classes it's possible to solve this
+   With the <<Apache Any23>> {{{./xref/org/apache/any23/validator/package-summary.html}Validator}}
classes it's possible to solve this
    problem simply implementing the {{{./xref/org/apache/any23/validator/Rule.html}Rule}}
interface as described below:
 
 +------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Modified: incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/developers.apt
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/developers.apt?rev=1231099&r1=1231098&r2=1231099&view=diff
==============================================================================
--- incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/developers.apt (original)
+++ incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/developers.apt Fri Jan 13 14:46:37 2012
@@ -1,32 +1,32 @@
 Developers Guide
 
-    This section introduces some <<Any23>> programming fundamentals.
+    This section introduces some <<Apache Any23>> programming fundamentals.
 
 * {{{./dev-data-extraction.html}Data Extraction}}
   
-  Explains how to extract RDF data from HTTP resources with <<Any23>>.
+  Explains how to extract RDF data from HTTP resources with <<Apache Any23>>.
 
 * {{{./dev-data-conversion.html}Data Conversion}}
   
-   Shows how to perform RDF data conversion with <<Any23>>.
+   Shows how to perform RDF data conversion with <<Apache Any23>>.
 
 * {{{./dev-validation-fix.html}Validation and Fixing}}
   
-  Demonstrates how to define validation and correction rules for HTML content with <<Any23>>.
+  Demonstrates how to define validation and correction rules for HTML content with <<Apache
Any23>>.
     
 * {{{./dev-xpath-extractor.html}XPath Extractor}}
   
-  Explains how to write custom scraping rules for extracting RDF data from any HTML content
with <<Any23>>.
+  Explains how to write custom scraping rules for extracting RDF data from any HTML content
with <<Apache Any23>>.
     
 * {{{./dev-microformat-extractors.html}Microformat Extractors}}
   
-  Explains how to write new Microformat extractors with <<Any23>> and also report
interesting notes on
+  Explains how to write new Microformat extractors with <<Apache Any23>> and
also report interesting notes on
   microformat nesting representation.
 
 * {{{./dev-microdata-extractor.html}Microdata Extractor}}
 
-  Explains how it works the Microdata Extractor embedded in <<Any23>>.
+  Explains how it works the Microdata Extractor embedded in <<Apache Any23>>.
 
 * {{{./dev-csv-extractor.html}CSV Extractor}}
 
-  Explains how it works the CSV Extractor embedded in <<Any23>>.
\ No newline at end of file
+  Explains how it works the CSV Extractor embedded in <<Apache Any23>>.
\ No newline at end of file

Modified: incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/extractors.apt
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/extractors.apt?rev=1231099&r1=1231098&r2=1231099&view=diff
==============================================================================
--- incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/extractors.apt (original)
+++ incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/extractors.apt Fri Jan 13 14:46:37 2012
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-Any23 Extractors
+Apache Any23 Extractors
 
-  This page enlists all the Any23 Extractors (see source code {{{./xref/org/apache/any23/extractor/package-summary.html}package}}).
+  This page enlists all the Apache Any23 Extractors (see source code {{{./xref/org/apache/any23/extractor/package-summary.html}package}}).
 
 * Microformat Extractors
 

Modified: incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/getting-started.apt
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/getting-started.apt?rev=1231099&r1=1231098&r2=1231099&view=diff
==============================================================================
--- incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/getting-started.apt (original)
+++ incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/getting-started.apt Fri Jan 13 14:46:37 2012
@@ -1,14 +1,14 @@
-Getting started with <<Any23>>
+Getting started with <<Apache Any23>>
 
-    <<Any23>> can be used:
+    <<Apache Any23>> can be used:
 
       * via CLI (command line interface) from your preferred shell environment;
       * as a RESTful Webservice;
       * as a library.
 
-* <<Any23>> Modules
+* <<Apache Any23>> Modules
 
-    <<Any23>> is composed of the following modules:
+    <<Apache Any23>> is composed of the following modules:
 
       * <<<any23-core/>>>      The core library.
 
@@ -16,11 +16,11 @@ Getting started with <<Any23>>
 
       * <<<any23-plugins/>>>   The core additional plugins.
 
-* Use the <<Any23>> CLI
+* Use the <<Apache Any23>> CLI
 
    The command-line tools support is provided by the <<any23-core>> module.
 
-   Once <<Any23>> has been correctly {{{./install.html}installed}}, if you want
to use it as a commandline tool,
+   Once <<Apache Any23>> has been correctly {{{./install.html}installed}}, if
you want to use it as a commandline tool,
    use the shell scripts within the <<"any23-core/bin">> directory.
    These are provided both for Unix (Linux/OSX).
 
@@ -38,9 +38,9 @@ Usage: ToolRunner <utility> [options...]
 	MicrodataParser                     Commandline Tool for extracting Microdata from file/HTTP
source.
 	MimeDetector                                                                MIME Type Detector
Tool.
 	PluginVerifier                                           Utility for plugin management verification.
-	Rover                                                                       Any23 Command
Line Tool.
+	Rover                                                                       Apache Any23
Command Line Tool.
 	Version                        Prints out the current library version and configuration
information.
-	VocabPrinter                            Prints out the RDF Schema of the vocabularies used
by Any23.
+	VocabPrinter                            Prints out the RDF Schema of the vocabularies used
by Apache Any23.
 +-------------------------------------------
 
    The <any23tools> script detects a list of available utilities within the <<any23-core>>
and <<plugins>>
@@ -56,13 +56,13 @@ Usage: ToolRunner <utility> [options...]
 
        * <<<MimeDetector>>>: detects the MIME Type for any HTTP / file
/ direct input resource.
 
-       * <<<PluginVerifier>>>: a utility for verifying <Any23> plugins.
+       * <<<PluginVerifier>>>: a utility for verifying <Apache Any23>
plugins.
 
        * <<<Rover>>>: the RDF extraction tool.
 
        * <<<Version>>>: prints out useful information about the library
version and configuration.
 
-       * <<<VocabPrinter>>>: allows to dump all the <<RDFSchema>>
vocabularies declared within Any23.
+       * <<<VocabPrinter>>>: allows to dump all the <<RDFSchema>>
vocabularies declared within Apache Any23.
 
 ** Rover
    
@@ -115,7 +115,7 @@ any23-core/bin$ ./any23tools Rover -f qu
 
   Filtering trivial statements
 
-    By default, <<Any23>> will extract <HTML/head> meta information, such
as links to <CSS stylesheets> or meta
+    By default, <<Apache Any23>> will extract <HTML/head> meta information,
such as links to <CSS stylesheets> or meta
     information like the author or the software used to create the <html>. Hence, if
the user is only interested
     in the structured content from the <HTML/body> tag we offer a filter functionality,
activated by the <<"-t">>
     command line argument.
@@ -188,7 +188,7 @@ Usage: {http://path/to/resource.html|fil
 
 ** VocabPrinter
 
-   The VocabPrinter Tool prints out the RDFSchema declared by all the <<Any23>>
+   The VocabPrinter Tool prints out the RDFSchema declared by all the <<Apache Any23>>
    declared vocabularies.
 
    <<This tool is still in beta version.>>
@@ -214,9 +214,9 @@ text/n3
 
    TODO: missing.
 
-* <<Any23>> CLI <Plugins>
+* <<Apache Any23>> CLI <Plugins>
 
-   The <<Any23>> ToolRunner CLI (<bin/any23tools>) supports the auto detection
of Tool plugins within the classpath.
+   The <<Apache Any23>> ToolRunner CLI (<bin/any23tools>) supports the
auto detection of Tool plugins within the classpath.
    For further details see {{{./any23-plugins.html}Plugins}} section.
 
    The default <<any23>> CLI plugins are enlisted below.
@@ -272,10 +272,10 @@ usage: [{<url>|<file>}]+ [-d <arg>] [-e 
 any23-core/bin$ ./any23tools Crawler -s -f ntriples http://www.repubblica.it 1> out.nt
2> repubblica.log
 +----------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
-* Use <<Any23>> as a RESTful Web Service
+* Use <<Apache Any23>> as a RESTful Web Service
 
-   <<Any23>> provides a Web Service that can be used to extract <RDF> from
Web documents.
-   <<Any23>> services can be accessed through a {{{./service.html}RESTful API}}.
+   <<Apache Any23>> provides a Web Service that can be used to extract <RDF>
from Web documents.
+   <<Apache Any23>> services can be accessed through a {{{./service.html}RESTful
API}}.
 
    Running the server
 
@@ -289,9 +289,9 @@ any23-service/bin$ ./any23server
     from the command line in order to start up the server, then go to {{{http://localhost:8080/}}}
     to access the web interface. A live demo version of such service is running at {{{http://any23.org/}}}.
     You can also start the server from Java by running the
-    {{{./xref/org/apache/any23/servlet/Servlet.html}Any23 Servlet}} class. Maven can be used
to create a WAR
+    {{{./xref/org/apache/any23/servlet/Servlet.html}Apache Any23 Servlet}} class. Maven can
be used to create a WAR
     file for deployment into an existing servlet container such as {{{http://tomcat.apache.org/}Apache
Tomcat}}.
 
-* Use <<Any23>> as a Library
+* Use <<Apache Any23>> as a Library
 
    See our {{{./developers.html}Developers guide}} for more details.

Modified: incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/index.apt
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/index.apt?rev=1231099&r1=1231098&r2=1231099&view=diff
==============================================================================
--- incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/index.apt (original)
+++ incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/index.apt Fri Jan 13 14:46:37 2012
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-Introduction to Any23
+Introduction to Apache Any23
 
 * Library
 
@@ -17,8 +17,8 @@ Introduction to Any23
 
     A detailed description of available extractors is {{{./extractors.html}here}}.
 
-    <<Any23>> is used in major Web of Data applications such as {{{http://sindice.com/}sindice.com}}
and {{{http://sig.ma/}sig.ma}}. It is written in Java and licensed under the {{{http://any23.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/LICENSE.txt}Apache
License}}.
-    <<Any23>> can be used in various ways:
+    <<Apache Any23>> is used in major Web of Data applications such as {{{http://sindice.com/}sindice.com}}
and {{{http://sig.ma/}sig.ma}}. It is written in Java and licensed under the {{{http://any23.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/LICENSE.txt}Apache
License}}.
+    <<Apache Any23>> can be used in various ways:
      * As a library in Java applications that consume structured data from the Web.
      * As a command-line tool for extracting and converting between the supported formats.
      * As online service API available at {{{http://any23.org/}any23.org}}.
@@ -29,19 +29,19 @@ Introduction to Any23
 
     {{{./index.html}Introduction}}: this page.
 
-    {{{./install.html}Install}}: how to install <<Any23>> library and service.
+    {{{./install.html}Install}}: how to install <<Apache Any23>> library and
service.
 
-    {{{./getting-started.html} Getting Started}}: start using <<Any23>> command-line
tools.
+    {{{./getting-started.html} Getting Started}}: start using <<Apache Any23>>
command-line tools.
 
-    {{{./supported-formats.html}Supported Formats}}: complete list of <<Semantic Web>>
formats supported by <<Any23>>.
+    {{{./supported-formats.html}Supported Formats}}: complete list of <<Semantic Web>>
formats supported by <<Apache Any23>>.
 
     {{{./configuration.html}Configuration}}: learn how to change default library and service
configuration.
 
-    {{{./service.html}REST Service}}: discover how to use the <<Any23 REST Service>>.
+    {{{./service.html}REST Service}}: discover how to use the <<Apache Any23 REST Service>>.
 
-    {{{./any23-plugins.html}Plugins}}: read how to install and configure the <<Any23>>
plugins.
+    {{{./any23-plugins.html}Plugins}}: read how to install and configure the <<Apache
Any23>> plugins.
 
-    {{{./developers.html}Developers}}: understand the <<Any23>> code internals,
+    {{{./developers.html}Developers}}: understand the <<Apache Any23>> code internals,
     how to write plugins, fixing rules and customize the code.
 
 * Community

Modified: incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/install.apt
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/install.apt?rev=1231099&r1=1231098&r2=1231099&view=diff
==============================================================================
--- incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/install.apt (original)
+++ incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/install.apt Fri Jan 13 14:46:37 2012
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-Any23 Installation Guide
+Apache Any23 Installation Guide
 
-    This page describes how to install <<Any23>>.
+    This page describes how to install <<Apache Any23>>.
 
 * Download a Stable Distribution
 
@@ -17,7 +17,7 @@ Any23 Installation Guide
 $ svn checkout http://any23.googlecode.com/svn/trunk any23-trunk-readonly
 +---------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
-* Build <<Any23>>
+* Build <<Apache Any23>>
 
     The following instructions describe how to build the library with {{{http://maven.apache.org/}Maven
2.x.y+}}.
     For specific information about Maven see: {{{http://maven.apache.org/}}}
@@ -33,7 +33,7 @@ $ cd trunk/
 trunk$ mvn clean install
 +-----------
 
-    This will install the <<Any23>> artifact and its dependencies in your local
M2 repository.
+    This will install the <<Apache Any23>> artifact and its dependencies in your
local M2 repository.
 
 * Generate Documentation
 

Modified: incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/service.apt
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/service.apt?rev=1231099&r1=1231098&r2=1231099&view=diff
==============================================================================
--- incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/service.apt (original)
+++ incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/service.apt Fri Jan 13 14:46:37 2012
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-Any23 REST Service
+Apache Any23 REST Service
 
-    <Any23> provides REST Service module <any23-service> able to provide useful
processing methods.
+    <Apache Any23> provides REST Service module <any23-service> able to provide
useful processing methods.
 
 * Compact API
 
@@ -103,7 +103,7 @@ Code	                    Reason
 
     {report-format}
 
-    The <Any23 Service> can optionally return an XML report and attempt error fix if
+    The <Apache Any23 Service> can optionally return an XML report and attempt error
fix if
     the flags <fix> and <report> are activated ( <fix=on&report=on>
).
     The following URL shows how to use these flags.
 

Modified: incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/supported-formats.apt
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/supported-formats.apt?rev=1231099&r1=1231098&r2=1231099&view=diff
==============================================================================
--- incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/supported-formats.apt (original)
+++ incubator/any23/trunk/src/site/apt/supported-formats.apt Fri Jan 13 14:46:37 2012
@@ -1,48 +1,48 @@
-Supported Formats in Any23
+Supported Formats in Apache Any23
 
-    <<Any23>> supports all the main standard formats introduced by the <<Semantic
Web>> community.
+    <<Apache Any23>> supports all the main standard formats introduced by the
<<Semantic Web>> community.
 
 * <<Input Formats>>
 
    The following list shows the accepted input formats and for each one the support level.
 
-   * <<(X)HTML>> with <<RDFa 1.0>>, <<RDFa 1.1>>, <<Microdata>>
and <<Microformats>>. <<Any23>> fully supports the
+   * <<(X)HTML>> with <<RDFa 1.0>>, <<RDFa 1.1>>, <<Microdata>>
and <<Microformats>>. <<Apache Any23>> fully supports the
      {{{http://www.w3.org/TR/html5/}(X)HTML5}} input format and in particular
      provides a set of extractors for processing embedded {{{http://www.w3.org/TR/rdfa-syntax/}RDFa
1.0}},
      {{{http://www.w3.org/TR/rdfa-core/}RDFa 1.1}}, {{{http://microformats.org/}Microformats}}
      and {{{http://www.w3.org/TR/microdata/}Microdata}}.
 
-   * <<Turtle>> <<Any23>> fully supports the {{{http://www.w3.org/TeamSubmission/turtle/}Turtle}}
specification.
+   * <<Turtle>> <<Apache Any23>> fully supports the {{{http://www.w3.org/TeamSubmission/turtle/}Turtle}}
specification.
 
-   * <<N-Triples>> <<Any23>> fully supports the {{{http://www.w3.org/TR/rdf-testcases/#ntriples}N-Triples}}
specification.
+   * <<N-Triples>> <<Apache Any23>> fully supports the {{{http://www.w3.org/TR/rdf-testcases/#ntriples}N-Triples}}
specification.
 
-   * <<N-Quads>> <<Any23>> fully supports the {{{http://sw.deri.org/2008/07/n-quads/}N-Quads}}
specification.
+   * <<N-Quads>> <<Apache Any23>> fully supports the {{{http://sw.deri.org/2008/07/n-quads/}N-Quads}}
specification.
 
-   * <<RDF/XML>> <<Any23>> fully supports the {{{http://www.w3.org/TR/rdf-syntax-grammar/}RDF/XML}}
specification.
+   * <<RDF/XML>> <<Apache Any23>> fully supports the {{{http://www.w3.org/TR/rdf-syntax-grammar/}RDF/XML}}
specification.
 
-   * <<CSV>> <<Any23>> allows you to represent header-provided {{{http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc4180.txt}CSV}}
files with RDF using a specific {{{./dev-csv-extractor.html}algorithm}}.
+   * <<CSV>> <<Apache Any23>> allows you to represent header-provided
{{{http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc4180.txt}CSV}} files with RDF using a specific {{{./dev-csv-extractor.html}algorithm}}.
 
 * <<Output Formats>>
 
    The supported output formats are enlisted below.
 
-   * <<Turtle>> <<Any23>> is able to produce output in {{{http://www.w3.org/TeamSubmission/turtle/}Turtle}}.
+   * <<Turtle>> <<Apache Any23>> is able to produce output in {{{http://www.w3.org/TeamSubmission/turtle/}Turtle}}.
 
-   * <<N-Triples>> <<Any23>> is able to produce output in {{{http://www.w3.org/TR/rdf-testcases/#ntriples}N-Triples}}.
+   * <<N-Triples>> <<Apache Any23>> is able to produce output in
{{{http://www.w3.org/TR/rdf-testcases/#ntriples}N-Triples}}.
 
-   * <<N-Quads>> <<Any23>> is able to produce output in {{{http://sw.deri.org/2008/07/n-quads/}N-Quads}}.
+   * <<N-Quads>> <<Apache Any23>> is able to produce output in {{{http://sw.deri.org/2008/07/n-quads/}N-Quads}}.
 
-   * <<RDF/XML>> <<Any23>> is able to produce output in {{{http://www.w3.org/TR/rdf-syntax-grammar/}RDF/XML}}.
+   * <<RDF/XML>> <<Apache Any23>> is able to produce output in {{{http://www.w3.org/TR/rdf-syntax-grammar/}RDF/XML}}.
 
-   * <<JSON Statements>> <<Any23>> is able to produce output in {{{http://www.json.org/}JSON}}
. See the specific {{{json-statements}format}}.
+   * <<JSON Statements>> <<Apache Any23>> is able to produce output
in {{{http://www.json.org/}JSON}} . See the specific {{{json-statements}format}}.
 
-   * <<XML Report>> <<Any23>> is able to produce a detailed report
of the latest document extraction if required. See further details {{{./service.html#report-format}here}}.
+   * <<XML Report>> <<Apache Any23>> is able to produce a detailed
report of the latest document extraction if required. See further details {{{./service.html#report-format}here}}.
 
 * JSON Statements Format
 
   {json-statements}
 
-     Any23 is able to produce JSON output following the format described below.
+     Apache Any23 is able to produce JSON output following the format described below.
 
      Given the following example statements (expressed in N-Quads format):
 



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