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From "Ted Husted" <>
Subject Re: documentation question
Date Wed, 06 Dec 2006 01:06:15 GMT
The actual "tag reference" pages are mainly mainly a shell for pulling
in the "snippets" from the Javadocs. These are the pages linked from


For example, here's what the "source" for the action tag page looks like:

{note}Please make sure you have read the [Tag Syntax] document and
understand how tag attribute syntax works.

h2. Description


h2. Parameters


h2. Examples


Much of the documentation brings in content from the Javadocs via the
snippet macro. The tag references pages are an extreme example.

For now, you could set something up on the s2wiki, and we'll port it
over to ww later.


On 12/5/06, Musachy Barroso <> wrote:
>  What I want to edit are the tag references. I'm not sure if they get
> created with the snipped macro, they are under
> /docs/tags
> thanks
> musachy
> Wendy Smoak wrote:
> > On 12/5/06, Musachy Barroso <> wrote:
> >
> >> To update the tags documentation, do I need to request rights to edit
> >> the pages online? If so, how? Or do I need to send a patch for the stuff
> >> under /doc/tags?
> >
> > Once your CLA is recorded (I believe you said you faxed it yesterday?)
> > then one of the admins can grant you access to the 'official'
> > documentation wiki.
> >
> > If the part you're editing is pulled in by the snippet macro, then
> > yes, you'd need to submit a patch to the source code.

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