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From Geoff Howard <coc...@leverageweb.com>
Subject Re: Problems with executing the 'site' and 'docs' task of cocoon
Date Tue, 30 Sep 2003 21:19:02 GMT
I may have very good news: you don't need to run either the "site" or 
the "docs" tasks.  The docs are already in the default build - they look 
slightly different than the ones live at cocoon.apache.org/2.1 but have 
the same info and structure.

If you have forrest installed you can also build the "site" target if 
you really want to build an exact replica, but that is meant more for 
administrative use.

Geoff

Tomi Schuetz wrote:
> Hello all!
> 
> I'm very new to cocoon and it seems, that some obvious thinks are going wrong. I hope
some people
> can give me a few hints.
> 
> I downloaded cocoon-2.1.1 for windows and unzipped it into a dev directory. After executing
the
> inital task of the build.xml (which was successful) it wanted to create the 'site' and
the 'docs'
> tasks. Unfortunately they didn't work... :(
> 
> The output of the failed build is:
> 
> **********************************************************************************
> forrest.checkhome:
> forrest.home.present=true
> build.properties.present=true
> 
> forrest:
> Copying 1 file to
> C:\Programme\cocoon-2.1.1\build\cocoon-2.1.1\documentation\xdocs\userdocs\installation
> 
> forrest:
> Buildfile: C:\Programme\apache-forrest-0.4\forrest.build.xml
> init-props:
> Loading project specific properties from ${project.home}\forrest.properties
> echo-settings:
> examine-proj:
> validation-props:
> validate-skinconf:
> load-project-props:
> load-forrest-props:
> init-skinprops:
> Created dir: C:\Programme\cocoon-2.1.1\${project.home}\build\tmp
> Reading filters from C:\Programme\cocoon-2.1.1\${project.home}\build\tmp\skinfilters.properties
> init:
> bare-context:
> ____________________________________
> Using skin forrest-site
> ____________________________________
> Copying 180 files to C:\Programme\cocoon-2.1.1\${project.home}\build\tmp\context
> Copying 45 files to C:\Programme\cocoon-2.1.1\${project.home}\build\tmp\context
> Replacing: @skinconfig.year@ -> 2002
> Replacing: @skinconfig.trail.link1.name@ -> apache
> Replacing: @skinconfig.trail.link1.name@ -> apache
> Replacing: @skinconfig.trail.link1.href@ -> http://www.apache.org/
> Replacing: @skinconfig.trail.link2.name@ -> xml.apache
> Replacing: @skinconfig.trail.link2.name@ -> xml.apache
> Replacing: @skinconfig.trail.link2.href@ -> http://xml.apache.org/
> Replacing: @skinconfig.trail.link3.name@ ->
> Replacing: @skinconfig.trail.link3.name@ ->
> Replacing: @skinconfig.trail.link3.href@ ->
> Replacing: @skinconfig.year@ -> 2002
> Replacing: @skinconfig.trail.link1.name@ -> apache
> Replacing: @skinconfig.trail.link1.name@ -> apache
> Replacing: @skinconfig.trail.link1.href@ -> http://www.apache.org/
> Replacing: @skinconfig.trail.link2.name@ -> xml.apache
> Replacing: @skinconfig.trail.link2.name@ -> xml.apache
> Replacing: @skinconfig.trail.link2.href@ -> http://xml.apache.org/
> Replacing: @skinconfig.trail.link3.name@ ->
> Replacing: @skinconfig.trail.link3.name@ ->
> Replacing: @skinconfig.trail.link3.href@ ->
> Created dir: C:\Programme\cocoon-2.1.1\${project.home}\build\tmp\context\WEB-INF
> Copying 2 files to C:\Programme\cocoon-2.1.1\${project.home}\build\tmp\context\WEB-INF
> Replacing: @local-catalog@ ->
> C:\Programme\cocoon-2.1.1\${project.home}\src\documentation\resources\schema\catalog
> Replacing: @catalog-verbosity@ -> 1
> Replacing: @skin@ -> forrest-site
> Created dir: C:\Programme\cocoon-2.1.1\${project.home}\build\tmp\context\WEB-INF\lib
> Created dir: C:\Programme\cocoon-2.1.1\${project.home}\build\tmp\context\WEB-INF\classes
> check-contentdir:
> BUILD FAILED
> file://C:/Programme/apache-forrest-0.4/forrest.build.xml:522:
> ------------------------------------------------
> ensure-content:
> This project has no content in C:\Programme\cocoon-2.1.1\${project.home}\src\documentation.
> Use the 'seed' target to create a template project structure.
> ------------------------------------------------
> Total time: 7 seconds
> Java Result: 1
> 
> docs:
> Created dir: C:\Programme\cocoon-2.1.1\build\cocoon-2.1.1\docs
> 
> BUILD FAILED
> file:C:/Programme/cocoon-2.1.1/src/targets/docs-build.xml:78:
> C:\Programme\cocoon-2.1.1\build\cocoon-2.1.1\site not found.
> 
> Total time: 38 seconds
> 
> **********************************************************************************
> 
> It seems to me, that there is a problem with forrest. I do have forrest installed and
if I'm
> writting a simple forrest project I can generate it and everything is fine.
> 
> In the output I see the ${project.home} variable which could not be solved. In the property
and
> build files 'project.home' is never set. My assumption is, that this value is passed
dynamicly to
> forrest. After executing the 'site' or 'docs' task there is a directory generated by
the name of
> ${project.home}. But this can't be right... :(
> 
> Are my assumptions correct? How can I set the 'project.home' directory? Do I have to
set it at
> all? Does anybody have an idea what I'm doing wrong?
> 
> Thanks a lot for any help.
> 



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