I think you *have* to use publish--(IIRC auto refreshing will work only for what you *manually* place in CVS xml-site CVS) Don't worry, go ahead and press the "publish" button--the Forrestbot web interface is a lot more robust than it looks!
That's what 'scares' me! Anyway, i tried logging in & got the error, then remembered the login & pw for it. Being the chief nitpicker has its advantages! :-p
Doing a 'refresh' (to pick up Jeremy's birth-year) which will be followed by a publish as soon as its confirmed...
After publishing, you will need to wait up to 6 hours before the site moves to production. (It updates after a publish 4 times per day IIRC.) Also, anytime after publishing, go ahead and update the xml-site CVS with the previous breadcrumb.js file. You have karma on xml-site also.
Just to ensure I've got the right command, assuming the newest (munged) version of breadcrumbs.js is 1.13, I would use the following command command to revert:
cvs update -j 1.13 -j 1.12 breadcrumbs.js
I just checked, and it still shows the revision line as:
/* $Id: breadcrumbs.js,v 1.12 2004/04/11 22:33:01 gmazza Exp $ */
Therefore I'm assuming that when Forrestbot munges the file it will update to revision 1.13 2004/06/11 (I'll check first!)... Unfortunately, since it looks OK now, we'll have to wait 'til *after* we see it LIVE.
[BTW, you forgot to add Jeremy's birthyear to your bio--no big deal, but you might be getting congratulatory emails/demands for cigars every late June! ;)]
As long as they're of the chewing gum variety, bring 'em on! I don't smoke! Blech! BTW, I appended the year to it (don't know if it made it into the Forrestbot 'publish' but it should've!)...
--- Clay Leeds <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:I made my 1st CVS *commit* via SSH last night--team.xml--as a test (the de facto initiation? ;-)), but don't recall how to push it LIVE (thought it would be LIVE this a.m. w the 6-hour Forrestbot 'refresh'). I hesitate to do use the Forrestbot Web Interface 'til I'm clearer about its use. Also, the temp version of team.html shows the dreaded breadcrumb.js error. Can someone clue me in on when to use Forrestbot 'publish' as opposed to allowing the auto Forrestbot 'refresh'?http://forrestbot.cocoondev.org/sites/xml-fop/team.html
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