Thanks you very much for your help.


Manuel Mall wrote:


assuming you have forrest installed you build by simply typing forrest in the directory you checked the sources out from subversion, that is the directory where the file is in. The generated site is then in build/site.

For delivering changes the following procedure is often followed:

For changes to existing files. Use the subversion diff command and capture its output, e.g.

svn diff > mychanges.patch

For new files jar or zip them up unless its only very few.

Then create a BugZilla entry with the title starting with '[PATCH] ...' and attach the patch file and if applicable the jar/zip file or the few new files individually.

Usually one of the committers will then take care of the rest.


On Sat, 27 Aug 2005 12:08 pm, Patrick Paul wrote:
I have figured out how the documentation files work and how to edit
them. I still have to figure out how to get the site to build on my
local machine and then I will be in business.

What way you suggest I send the changes to you ?


Patrick Paul

Jeremias Maerki wrote:
Very cool! Thanks a lot! If you need any help, just yell.

On 23.08.2005 14:37:38 Patrick Paul wrote:
I would like to take care of that. I should have some free time in
the next few weeks, so I will start doing a little bit everyday
starting Wednesday.


Jeremias Maerki wrote:
While we're at it: In preparation for the first release we need to
start thinking about a refactoring of our website. Since FOP
0.20.5 will probably stay the preferred productive version for
some time and FOP Trunk is substantially different, I'd like to
propose doing a version split like Forrest [1] have done. That
would involve factoring out the version-dependent docs into a
separate tab (or something like that), so we can have info for
both versions side-by-side for the time being. I think stuff like
embedding info would become too complicated and unreadable if we
tried to put everything in the same place.

If anyone would like to take the lead here, I'd be grateful.
Otherwise, I will squeeze it in somewhere.


Jeremias Maerki
Jeremias Maerki

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