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From "Valerie Nyre (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Commented: (MPXDOC-128) Internationalized Websites
Date Thu, 28 Apr 2005 12:53:46 GMT
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Valerie Nyre commented on MPXDOC-128:

Hello Folks

I am back here again - a simple Maven User - 

Two questions:

Will Maven 2 follow an approach to I18N - will MPXDOC-128 be the solution ? 

Can you provide a clean snapshot hat can be used as Jump-Start into using it ?  With an example
that works on Linux  - one which we can just INSTALL and  RUN THE XDOCS-GENERATE-SITE ? 

Thanks for you suggestions above - However...My SysAdmin also changed with the project.xml
to point to the correct model. He downloaded the Model, but this is not the problem we are

It might be of interest to you to know that we still cannot get the solution to work on Linux:

Maven can BUILD the project, but it seems that the text variables (property files) cannot
be found. Unresolved variables are displayed as "??variable name??" - 

We followed the user instructions, we named the property files correctly, we have them both
in the /temp/ of xdocs and in the root of our /docs/ directory. We could not even get your
sample to work.

Well, I am a bit ashamed to admit: I made a quick-and-dirty installation of the snapshot in
my Windows system (without the project.xml, and the like... which I assumed
only important to build the snapshot... )  and it works. 

I tried to convince my Sysadmin to do the same, but .... I am also having communication problem
now - My sysadmin wants to follow a clean official procedure and wants to install the complete

(See above: Question 2)

My respect and thanks 


> Internationalized Websites
> --------------------------
>          Key: MPXDOC-128
>          URL:
>      Project: maven-xdoc-plugin
>         Type: Improvement
>     Versions: 1.9
>  Environment: All
>     Reporter: Daniel Frey
>     Assignee: Arnaud HERITIER
>  Attachments: Default language.jpg, French site.jpg,,
> Original Estimate: 16 hours
>         Remaining: 16 hours
> Documentation generated by maven xdocs plugin does not support internationalization.
The main scope therefore is restricted to developers. However, end user documentation is as
well a very suitable scope for mavens web site. I therefore would appreciate an internationalizable
xdocs plugin. I consider this an important feature, as it opens maven to new people.

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