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From Christopher Schultz <>
Subject Re: Inconsistency in user documentation
Date Mon, 06 Jun 2011 14:03:50 GMT
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On 6/3/2011 5:18 PM, Pid wrote:
> On 03/06/2011 14:50, Ivo Kammerath wrote:
>> Is this something I can do myself, If yes how can I do this? Is there
>> some kind of content management behind the general web pages or is this
>> simply static content? Am I even allowed to make this change myself?
> The docs are stored in xml, in the Tomcat subversion repository.
> You can download the repo (it's open source after all), but you can't
> update it unless you're a committer.  Being able to download it does
> mean you can edit files & create patches, which can be submitted as
> attachments to bugzilla entries.

To go one step further than Pid, you'll need Subversion to check-out the
sources. You will probably need to install it. The command name is "svn"
and has a bunch of operations (like "svn checkout ...").

Once you have the repo, edit whatever you want and then do a "svn diff".
Capture the output and log an enhancement bug in Bugzilla:

- -chris
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