I'm pretty excited about this. Did run into a slight problem. I use windows at
work and your CMS commit actually breaks git for me.
cms/ui/src/main/resources/jcr_root/etc/fileeditors/jcr:content.json is not
considered a valid file.
On Fri, Feb 9, 2018, at 12:38 AM, Daniel Klco wrote:
> I went back to the drawing board on this and came up with a much better
> version. There's still some areas to polish, but a lot of the basic stuff
> is there. This new CMS extensively uses Sling concepts and tools including:
> - Sling Post Servlet
> - Sling Mappings
> - Sling Resource Merger
> - Sling Rewriter
> - Sling i18n Support
> - Composum
> It's available as a Sling Application runnable JAR and a docker image. You
> can build the docker image pretty easily by:
> 1. Adding the following entries into your /etc/hosts:
> - [docker-machine-ip] cms.sling.apache.org
> [docker-machine-ip] sling2.apache.org
> 2. Checking out the Whiteboard project:
> 3. Navigating to cms/docker
> 4. Running the command: docker build -t org.apache.sling.cms .
> 5. Running the command: docker run -d -p 80:80 org.apache.sling.cms
> 6. You can then open your browser to cms.sling.apache.org and in a few
> moments, Sling CMS will be available.
> 7. With the provided /etc/hosts configuration, if you create a site
> called sling-apache-org it will be available at the url sling2.apache.org
> I put together a short video showing the process:
> On Thu, Mar 30, 2017 at 5:06 PM, Daniel Klco <dk...@apache.org> wrote: