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[javaflow] updating web site

Kohsuke Kawaguchi
Torsten,

I propose the following change to project.properties so that we only
generate javadoc for the API, not the implementation details. Let me
know if you are OK with this change.

I think we should also update the website
(http://jakarta.apache.org/commons/sandbox/javaflow). When I first
learned about this project, I looked at the javadoc on this site, and it
clearly looked not ready for even an experimental use --- the javadoc
only got the bytecode instrumentation stuff, not the Continuation API.

I suspect there are many others that had a similar experience.

How do we update this website? maven site:generate and copy it over to
/www/jakarta.apache.org/commons/sandbox/javaflow? I see that all the
sandbox project website is updated by dirkv. Do we need to ask him? Or
is this done automatically by a script deployed by him?

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Kohsuke Kawaguchi

Index: project.properties
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--- project.properties (revision 225442)
+++ project.properties (working copy)
@@ -26,6 +26,8 @@
 
 clover.excludes=**/Test*.java
 
+maven.javadoc.excludepackagenames=org.apache.commons.javaflow.*.*
+
 # ------------------------------------------------------------------------
 # M A V E N  J A R  O V E R R I D E
 # ------------------------------------------------------------------------


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Re: [javaflow] updating web site

Torsten Curdt
>

> I propose the following change to project.properties so that we  
> only generate javadoc for the API, not the implementation details.  
> Let me know if you are OK with this change.
>
> I think we should also update the website (http://
> jakarta.apache.org/commons/sandbox/javaflow). When I first learned  
> about this project, I looked at the javadoc on this site, and it  
> clearly looked not ready for even an experimental use --- the  
> javadoc only got the bytecode instrumentation stuff, not the  
> Continuation API.
>
> I suspect there are many others that had a similar experience.
Ok ...let's do that then

> How do we update this website? maven site:generate and copy it over  
> to /www/jakarta.apache.org/commons/sandbox/javaflow? I see that all  
> the sandbox project website is updated by dirkv. Do we need to ask  
> him? Or is this done automatically by a script deployed by him?

I fear someone with more karma has
to do it  ....Guys?

cheers
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Torsten

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Re: [javaflow] updating web site

Phil Steitz
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On 7/30/05, Kohsuke Kawaguchi <[hidden email]> wrote:

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> How do we update this website? maven site:generate and copy it over to
> /www/jakarta.apache.org/commons/sandbox/javaflow? I see that all the
> sandbox project website is updated by dirkv. Do we need to ask him? Or
> is this done automatically by a script deployed by him?
>

As long as you have been set up with the right unix permissions, you
can do this yourself, either by copying the locally generated files or
using
maven site:sshdeploy.

In either case, you need to target cvs.apache.org as the host.  The
content will get rsynched from there to the public site within a
couple of hours.

Phil

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Re: [javaflow] updating web site

Kohsuke Kawaguchi
Thank you very much for the information.

Phil Steitz wrote:
> As long as you have been set up with the right unix permissions, you
> can do this yourself, either by copying the locally generated files or
> using
> maven site:sshdeploy.

"groups kohsuke" shows that I don't belong to the jakarta group, which
is quite understandable given that I've only been here for 3 days.

Henri Yandell mentioned 3 days ago that

> Karma granted for sandbox, have asked Infra to add you to the jakarta
> unix group.

So I guess I'll wait for some more time to see if I will be added to the
jakarta group...

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