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From Jasha Joachimsthal <j.joachimst...@onehippo.com>
Subject Re: svn commit: r1309148 - /rave/site/trunk/content/documentation/manage-static-resources.mdtext
Date Wed, 04 Apr 2012 16:28:04 GMT
Please use "Title: Some text as title" in the top of the markdown file
instead of "**Some text as title**" for the page title.

Title: will end up in the <head> as <title> and in the <body> as <h1>.
**
will only show the text as bold in <body>.
I've already modified this file.

On 3 April 2012 23:01, <carlucci@apache.org> wrote:

> Author: carlucci
> Date: Tue Apr  3 21:01:12 2012
> New Revision: 1309148
>
> URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc?rev=1309148&view=rev
> Log:
> CMS commit to rave by carlucci
>
> Modified:
>    rave/site/trunk/content/documentation/manage-static-resources.mdtext
>
> Modified:
> rave/site/trunk/content/documentation/manage-static-resources.mdtext
> URL:
> http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/rave/site/trunk/content/documentation/manage-static-resources.mdtext?rev=1309148&r1=1309147&r2=1309148&view=diff
>
> ==============================================================================
> --- rave/site/trunk/content/documentation/manage-static-resources.mdtext
> (original)
> +++ rave/site/trunk/content/documentation/manage-static-resources.mdtext
> Tue Apr  3 21:01:12 2012
> @@ -18,15 +18,15 @@ Notice:    Licensed to the Apache Softwa
>
>  **Managing Static Resources**
>
> -Apache Rave uses [wro4j][1] to optimize JavaScript.  At build time it
> uses Google Closure Compiler to concatenate and minify all of the
> individual Rave javascript files into one file called rave_all.min.js
> +Apache Rave uses [wro4j][1], specifically the wro4j-maven-plugin, to
> optimize JavaScript.  At build time it uses Google Closure Compiler to
> concatenate and minify all of the individual Rave javascript files into one
> file called rave_all.min.js
>
> -All of the original JavaScript files, along with the minified version,
> are bundled into the WAR.  Rave uses a Portal Preference to determine if it
> should serve out the individual source files, or the single optimized file.
>  By default, for ease of debugging, Rave serves out the individual scripts.
>    Rave admins can change the Portal Preference, called
> javaScriptDebugMode, to "Disabled" if they want to serve out the optimized
> file (recommended for production installations).
> +All of the original JavaScript files, along with the minified version,
> are bundled into the WAR.  During run-time Rave uses a Portal Preference to
> determine if it should serve out the individual source files, or the single
> optimized file.  By default, for ease of debugging, Rave serves out the
> individual scripts.    Rave admins can change the Portal Preference, called
> javaScriptDebugMode, to "Disabled" if they want to serve out the optimized
> file (recommended for production installations).
>
>  Like all other Portal Preferences, changes are effective immediately,
> making it useful when you need to debug an issue in a production
> environment.
>
>  *Settings*
>
> -Out-of-the box Rave has configured wro4j to use Google Closure Compiler
> with SIMPLE_OPTIMIZATIONS.  If you would like to change the JavaScript
> Processor to use ADVANCED_OPTIMIZATIONS, or another library all-together
> (such as YUI Compressor), you can overlay the wro.properties file located
> in rave-portal-resources  and modify the postProcessors.  See the
> [wro4j][1] website for more information.
> +Out-of-the box Rave has configured [wro4j][1] to use Google Closure
> Compiler with SIMPLE_OPTIMIZATIONS.  If you would like to change the
> JavaScript Processor to use ADVANCED_OPTIMIZATIONS, or another library
> all-together (such as YUI Compressor), you can overlay the wro.properties
> file located in rave-portal-resources  and modify the postProcessors.  See
> the [wro4j][1] website for more information.
>
>  *Future Enhancements*
>
>
>
>

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