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From Stas Bekman <s...@stason.org>
Subject Re: moving modperl-site rep into modperl-docs rep
Date Sat, 03 Nov 2001 17:26:03 GMT

>>Say, do you plan on static output from Embperl or only dynamic for
>>embperl docs? It doesn't make much sense to serve static content
>>dynamically, resource wise of course.
>>
>>
> 
> Most things will be static and pregenerated, like you plan it for the
> mod_perl site. There maybe a small dynamic part, where people are able to
> add links, examples, news etc.


that would be a very good thing to have! The problem is providing the required setup on apache.org.

>>BTW, what's the source format that you use for embperl?
>>
> 
> Everything is in POD, because it really the best and easiest way to write it
> down


fantastic!


>> may be it can
>>just plug into the docset system, and then we can keep it under the same
>>roof.
>>
>>
> 
> I would be happy if we keep it under the same roof. I don't like to reinvent
> the wheel, but I like to have the possibility to make my own design and use
> Embperl for rendering, instead of TT. Hopefully there are also some aspects
> in things that I programm that will be usefull for the modperl site.

That's sounds cool. I'm looking forward for other extensions to chime in.



As you have seen I'm pretty much done. Now doing 

code refactoring to make more extendable.



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