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Re: Website reorganizing



On Tuesday 08 July 2003 22:37, Heinrich Wendel wrote:
> On Tuesday 08 July 2003 21:14, Heinrich Wendel wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > I'm currently updating the website to keep it easier uptodate. The
> > changes I just made were agreed upon Havoc. They cause a lot of dead
> > links, but Havoc sayed that would be ok, we will make a custom 404 page
> > to notice the users on the changes.
> >
> > It's now very easy to update a specification, just edit the file or add a
> > new specname-version.xml (docbook 4.2 format) file. The html version and
> > a list of all versions will be generated automatically. All software
> > related things went into the software category.
> >
> > Another thing I would like to change is to remove all specification files
> > from the other cvs modules and manage the master copy in the web module.
>
> Ok another idea to achive this:
>
> We have a cvs module for every specification. This specifications can
> contain the following directory structure:
>
> web/content/standards/specname/
> web/content/software/specname/
>
> In the toplevel Makefile of the web module we will then have a list of all
> specifications. They will be merged into the website via cronjob.
>
> So we will have the master copy in the specification module and the version
> for the website is created on the fly (it won't be in cvs).

Ok i added cvs modules for all specs that didn't have one. If you want to 
change a spec, please change it in the spec's module and then copy just the 
xml file to the web module. The html will then be generated automatically.
I also added a comment to each spec, which cvs module it belongs to.

>
> > mfg, Heinrich :)
>
> it's me again ;D
.

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