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Subject svn commit: r783380 - in /websites/production/kitty: ./ content/kitty/gettingstarted.html content/kitty/index.html
Date Sun, 16 Jan 2011 23:32:20 GMT
Author: msacks
Date: Sun Jan 16 23:32:20 2011
New Revision: 783380

fixed broken links

    websites/production/kitty/   (props changed)

Propchange: websites/production/kitty/
--- svn:mergeinfo (original)
+++ svn:mergeinfo Sun Jan 16 23:32:20 2011
@@ -1 +1 @@

Modified: websites/production/kitty/content/kitty/gettingstarted.html
--- websites/production/kitty/content/kitty/gettingstarted.html (original)
+++ websites/production/kitty/content/kitty/gettingstarted.html Sun Jan 16 23:32:20 2011
@@ -11,7 +11,7 @@ Kitty is currently an Apache Incubator p
 In this document you will learn how to set up your development environment so that you can
begin developing for Kitty. Kitty is currently a very simple project to work on, it is written
in Groovy, which is a fun language to write code in, and a great opportunity for those looking
to begin contributing to an open source project which has immediate usefulness.
 <br />
 <h3>Finding something to work on</h3>
-<br /><br /></p>
+<br /></p>
 <p>There are many things to be worked on for the Kitty project. The best way to find
out what needs to be done on the project (or any other ASF Incubator project), is to send
a message out to the dev mailing list. You can subscribe to the Kitty-dev mailing list by
sending a blank email to Then you will receive a
confirmation message once you are subscribed to the list. If you don't want to subscribe,
but want to send a message to the list, you can simply send a message to
and it will be moderated by the mailing list administrators.
 <br />
 If you are interested in being a committer for the project, see

@@ -19,7 +19,7 @@ If you are interested in being a committ
 Also, you may investigate the open issues for Kitty in the ASF JIRA to find out which tasks
and bugs need to be worked on. This is also a great starting point for getting involved and
contributing to the project: <a href="">Kitty
 <br /><br />
 <h3>Setting up your IDE</h3>
-<br /><br />
+<br />
 It is suggested to download the Eclipse IDE to begin working on Kitty. This allows you to
keep better track of the source code of the project and integrates with Subversion. You may
use any editor or IDE you choose, in this example, Eclipse is used. 
 <br />
 Step 1) Download Eclipse from <a href=""></a>
. I have chosen the "Eclipse IDE for Java Developers"
@@ -33,15 +33,15 @@ NOTE: You should now see a "SVN Reposito
 Step 5) Install the Groovy-Eclipse plugin by following the instructions at <a href=""></a>
under "How to Install"</p>
 <p>Step 6) Navigate to SVN Repositories by clicking the SVN Repositories button in
the top right-hand corner or by going to the menu: "Window-&gt;Show View-&gt;SVN Repositories"</p>
 <p>Step 7) Click the menu: "New-&gt;Repository Location"<br />
-<img src="images/subversion-new-repo-location.png" alt="Subversive New Repo" /> <br
/> <br /></p>
+<img src="images/subversive-new-repo-location.png" alt="Subversive New Repo" /> <br
/> <br /></p>
 <p>Step 8) Enter for the URL. Leave
all other fields blank, unless you are a committer.  <br /></p>
-<p><img src="images/subversion-new-repo-location-url.png" alt="Subversive New Repo"
/> <br /> <br /></p>
+<p><img src="images/subversive-new-repo-location-url.png" alt="Subversive New Repo"
/> <br /> <br /></p>
 <p>NOTE: Unless you are a committer, you will be unable to commit changes through SVN.
If you'd like to be a committer, send a message out to the
mailing list, our simply attach a patch to the mailing list and one of the committers will
check it in. For guidelines on submitting a patch: see <a href=""></a>.

 <br />
 Now you will have set up your development environment for working with Kitty. You will now
need to set up and configure Apache Ant to build the project. 
 <br /><br />
 <h3>Building and running Kitty</h3>
-<br /><br />
+<br />
 To build the project, you will need to do update your build patch to include the location
of the Groovy binaries. Switch that he Navigator view by going to the menu "Window-&gt;Show
 <p>Step 1) Change the line in the Ant build.xml which shows: 
         <fileset dir="/Users/msacks/groovy-1.7.4/lib"><br />

Modified: websites/production/kitty/content/kitty/index.html
--- websites/production/kitty/content/kitty/index.html (original)
+++ websites/production/kitty/content/kitty/index.html Sun Jan 16 23:32:20 2011
@@ -6,13 +6,13 @@
 <div id="content"><h2>Kitty is a lightweight, production focused, command-line
JMX Client</h2>
 <p><br />
-Quick Links: 
+Quick Links: <br />
 <a href="">Kitty JIRA</a> <br />
 <a href="">Incubation Status</a>
<br />
 <a href="">Kitty ApacheCon 2010</a>
<br /></p>
 <p>Getting Started in Developing for Apache Kitty: 
-<a href="">Getting Started</a></p>
-<p><br /><br />
+<a href="">Getting Started</a></p>
+<p><br />
 Mailing List: <a href="></a>
 To subscribe: <a href="></a>
 <br /><br />

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