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From Nicko Cadell <ni...@neoworks.com>
Subject RE: creating log4net CVS repository and web-pages
Date Mon, 02 Feb 2004 15:43:37 GMT

One more site question.

If we use anakia to build our html from our xdocs how do we actually go
about updating the web site?

In the "Web-site maintenance" doc is says:

"However, the jakarta-regexp project uses CVS to copy files to the server"

Does this mean that there is an automated process for updating the web site
files from CVS? (some king of cvs export run from a cron job??) or do we
need to manually move the html files into the /www/logging.apache.org/xxx



> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ceki Gülcü [mailto:ceki@qos.ch] 
> Sent: 23 January 2004 18:19
> To: general@logging.apache.org
> Subject: RE: creating log4net CVS repository and web-pages
> Nicko,
> Since your questions are of wider interest, I am taking the 
> liberty of 
> answering publicly.
> More inline.
> At 04:02 PM 1/23/2004 +0000, Nicko Cadell wrote:
> >How does the web site map to the various CVS repositories?
> Here is a document that explains it:

>Which bits of the web site should be in the logging-site module and 
>which should be in the logging-log4net module, and how do these get 
>Are there any web page style guidelines for apache or the logging 
>project? Log4net currently has a rather simple style 
>(http://log4net.sourceforge.net/). Each top level project seems to have 
>its own style, but the (I guessing a little here) Forrest and Maven 
>styles look popular.

You can certainly use Forrest or Maven if you wish do so. However, the 
method outlined in http://logging.apache.org/site/logging-site.html is very
very simple. It 
should require almost no effort on your part. (Correct me if that is not 
the case.)


Ceki Gülcü

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