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From d...@multitask.com.au
Subject Re: reusability of xdoc:performJSL goal & new plugin
Date Tue, 16 Sep 2003 04:44:16 GMT
Can't you use doc:jsl?
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dIon Gillard, Multitask Consulting
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"Fabrizio Giustina" <fgiustina@sapient.com> wrote on 16/09/2003 07:00:57 
AM:

> 
> I've just written a new plugin which performs a validation of the
> produced documentation, checking the xhtml code for errors and producing
> a complete report.
> 
> Since the plugin need to run after the html generation has been
> completed, it is registered in a way similar to the linkcheck plugin.
> The real validation is done as a xdoc:jelly-transform post-goal.
> 
> The problem is how to transform the generated xdoc: the only way to do
> that actually is the xdoc:performJSL goal which, however, is hardcoded
> to use a linkcheck plugin variable
> ($pom.getPluginContext('maven-linkcheck-plugin').getVariable('maven.xdoc
> .src')). The performJSL tag can't be used directly since it requires
> setting other variables/beans.
> 
> Is there any way to do that without adding another goal to the xdoc
> plugin which uses a specific plugin property? (identical to the
> performJSL goal but using
> ($pom.getPluginContext('maven-sitevalidator-plugin').getVariable('maven.
> xdoc.src') ). Any hint?
> 
> --
> 
> After fixing this issue the plugin can be ready for an initial release.
> The new plugin can be useful to check the validity of code for
> documentation (as well as finding bugs in other plugins: actually both
> the xdoc and the jxr plugin output invalid code). It relies on a
> modified version of the xmlvalidate ant task: it can perform Xhtml
> validation, and includes a local repository of commons dtds.
> 
> I know the common process of posting a new plugin to be included in
> maven, but following the dev mailing list I know that most of the
> plugins will be probably removed from the maven core. Are you interested
> to host this plugin in the main distribution on should I find a new home
> for it on sourceforge or any other place? Or maybe could it be merged
> with the linkcheck plugin, since they both handles document validation?
> 
> 
> Fabrizio Giustina
> 
> 
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