+1. Having the pre-generated files in svn is good enough for me.
Avery On 11/11/11 1:36 PM, Jakob Homan wrote:
As Avery documented in GIRAPH-36 (https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/GIRAPH-35?focusedCommentId=13107195&page=com.atlassian.jira.plugin.system.issuetabpanels:comment-tabpanel#comment-13107195) it's pretty painful to update the site currently. This is due to the fact that we're keeping the site within the src tree (as dictated by mvn), so we can't just check it out, as other, ant/forrest projects do. The other project I found that does this is hbase, which avoids the whole mess by not keeping their site (ie the contents of people.apache.org/www/incubator/giraph) in svn, but rather generating the site locally and then copying straight to that directory. I think this may be a better approach since it avoids the huge churn of rming and re-creating the whole site structure each time. In this schema, once the site is updated, run mvn site:site to generate its contents, verify its correctness, then scp it to people.apache.org and replace the current directory. (or rsync it and be done). We'll still have all the history of the site, etc., just none of the hassle. What do people think?