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  2. INFRA-5840

Move CMS' sub-project DOCUMENTATION back into local sub-project repositories

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      Description

      NOTE: the title was changed from: Create OFFLINE export of CMS output (PDF? HTML?) possibly using buildbot

      The Apache XML Graphics Project hopes to include our web site documentation with SOURCE & BINARY distributions.

      BACKGROUND
      ===========
      Before we migrated to the ASF-CMS, we used Apache Forrest, which, among other things, allowed us to include an offline version of website documentation with our build. Migrating to the ASF CMS involved converting all documentation to Markdown.

      We would like to have a method of creating an OFFLINE version of the web site documentation (including images, stylesheets, javascript, etc.).

      Although individual pages would suffice, ideally the solution would be able to optionally generate a whole-site HTML and/or PDF similar to Forrest's 'whole-site' HTML and PDF capability described in this section:

      http://forrest.apache.org/docs_0_90/your-project.html#sitemap.xmap

      I noticed that the 'Add local mode option to CMS' JIRA Issue might have offer some help:

      https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/INFRA-4387

      Perhaps we could use `wget -m` to grab the site and push it somewhere useful?

      Any ideas on how we might be able to make this happen would be appreciated!

      Thanks!

      The Apache XML Graphics Project Team

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        Description The Apache XML Graphics Project hopes to include our web site documentation with SOURCE & BINARY distributions.

        BACKGROUND
        ===========
        Before we migrated to the ASF-CMS, we used Apache Forrest, which, among other things, allowed us to include an offline version of website documentation with our build. Migrating to the ASF CMS involved converting all documentation to Markdown. As this is no longer possible

        We would like to have a method of creating an OFFLINE version of the web site documentation (including images, stylesheets, javascript, etc.).

        Although individual pages would suffice, ideally the solution would be able to optionally generate a whole-site HTML and/or PDF similar to Forrest's 'whole-site' HTML and PDF capability described in this section:

        http://forrest.apache.org/docs_0_90/your-project.html#sitemap.xmap

        I noticed that the 'Add local mode option to CMS' JIRA Issue might have offer some help:

        https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/INFRA-4387

        Any ideas on how we might be able to make this happen would be appreciated!

        Thanks!

        The Apache XML Graphics Project Team
        The Apache XML Graphics Project hopes to include our web site documentation with SOURCE & BINARY distributions.

        BACKGROUND
        ===========
        Before we migrated to the ASF-CMS, we used Apache Forrest, which, among other things, allowed us to include an offline version of website documentation with our build. Migrating to the ASF CMS involved converting all documentation to Markdown.

        We would like to have a method of creating an OFFLINE version of the web site documentation (including images, stylesheets, javascript, etc.).

        Although individual pages would suffice, ideally the solution would be able to optionally generate a whole-site HTML and/or PDF similar to Forrest's 'whole-site' HTML and PDF capability described in this section:

        http://forrest.apache.org/docs_0_90/your-project.html#sitemap.xmap

        I noticed that the 'Add local mode option to CMS' JIRA Issue might have offer some help:

        https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/INFRA-4387

        Any ideas on how we might be able to make this happen would be appreciated!

        Thanks!

        The Apache XML Graphics Project Team
        Clay Leeds made changes -
        Description The Apache XML Graphics Project hopes to include our web site documentation with SOURCE & BINARY distributions.

        BACKGROUND
        ===========
        Before we migrated to the ASF-CMS, we used Apache Forrest, which, among other things, allowed us to include an offline version of website documentation with our build. Migrating to the ASF CMS involved converting all documentation to Markdown.

        We would like to have a method of creating an OFFLINE version of the web site documentation (including images, stylesheets, javascript, etc.).

        Although individual pages would suffice, ideally the solution would be able to optionally generate a whole-site HTML and/or PDF similar to Forrest's 'whole-site' HTML and PDF capability described in this section:

        http://forrest.apache.org/docs_0_90/your-project.html#sitemap.xmap

        I noticed that the 'Add local mode option to CMS' JIRA Issue might have offer some help:

        https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/INFRA-4387

        Any ideas on how we might be able to make this happen would be appreciated!

        Thanks!

        The Apache XML Graphics Project Team
        The Apache XML Graphics Project hopes to include our web site documentation with SOURCE & BINARY distributions.

        BACKGROUND
        ===========
        Before we migrated to the ASF-CMS, we used Apache Forrest, which, among other things, allowed us to include an offline version of website documentation with our build. Migrating to the ASF CMS involved converting all documentation to Markdown.

        We would like to have a method of creating an OFFLINE version of the web site documentation (including images, stylesheets, javascript, etc.).

        Although individual pages would suffice, ideally the solution would be able to optionally generate a whole-site HTML and/or PDF similar to Forrest's 'whole-site' HTML and PDF capability described in this section:

        http://forrest.apache.org/docs_0_90/your-project.html#sitemap.xmap

        I noticed that the 'Add local mode option to CMS' JIRA Issue might have offer some help:

        https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/INFRA-4387

        Perhaps we could use `wget -m` to grab the site and push it somewhere useful?

        Any ideas on how we might be able to make this happen would be appreciated!

        Thanks!

        The Apache XML Graphics Project Team
        Clay Leeds made changes -
        Description The Apache XML Graphics Project hopes to include our web site documentation with SOURCE & BINARY distributions.

        BACKGROUND
        ===========
        Before we migrated to the ASF-CMS, we used Apache Forrest, which, among other things, allowed us to include an offline version of website documentation with our build. Migrating to the ASF CMS involved converting all documentation to Markdown.

        We would like to have a method of creating an OFFLINE version of the web site documentation (including images, stylesheets, javascript, etc.).

        Although individual pages would suffice, ideally the solution would be able to optionally generate a whole-site HTML and/or PDF similar to Forrest's 'whole-site' HTML and PDF capability described in this section:

        http://forrest.apache.org/docs_0_90/your-project.html#sitemap.xmap

        I noticed that the 'Add local mode option to CMS' JIRA Issue might have offer some help:

        https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/INFRA-4387

        Perhaps we could use `wget -m` to grab the site and push it somewhere useful?

        Any ideas on how we might be able to make this happen would be appreciated!

        Thanks!

        The Apache XML Graphics Project Team
        Move CMS' sub-project DOCUMENTATION back into local sub-project repositories



        The Apache XML Graphics Project hopes to include our web site documentation with SOURCE & BINARY distributions.

        BACKGROUND
        ===========
        Before we migrated to the ASF-CMS, we used Apache Forrest, which, among other things, allowed us to include an offline version of website documentation with our build. Migrating to the ASF CMS involved converting all documentation to Markdown.

        We would like to have a method of creating an OFFLINE version of the web site documentation (including images, stylesheets, javascript, etc.).

        Although individual pages would suffice, ideally the solution would be able to optionally generate a whole-site HTML and/or PDF similar to Forrest's 'whole-site' HTML and PDF capability described in this section:

        http://forrest.apache.org/docs_0_90/your-project.html#sitemap.xmap

        I noticed that the 'Add local mode option to CMS' JIRA Issue might have offer some help:

        https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/INFRA-4387

        Perhaps we could use `wget -m` to grab the site and push it somewhere useful?

        Any ideas on how we might be able to make this happen would be appreciated!

        Thanks!

        The Apache XML Graphics Project Team
        Clay Leeds made changes -
        Description Move CMS' sub-project DOCUMENTATION back into local sub-project repositories



        The Apache XML Graphics Project hopes to include our web site documentation with SOURCE & BINARY distributions.

        BACKGROUND
        ===========
        Before we migrated to the ASF-CMS, we used Apache Forrest, which, among other things, allowed us to include an offline version of website documentation with our build. Migrating to the ASF CMS involved converting all documentation to Markdown.

        We would like to have a method of creating an OFFLINE version of the web site documentation (including images, stylesheets, javascript, etc.).

        Although individual pages would suffice, ideally the solution would be able to optionally generate a whole-site HTML and/or PDF similar to Forrest's 'whole-site' HTML and PDF capability described in this section:

        http://forrest.apache.org/docs_0_90/your-project.html#sitemap.xmap

        I noticed that the 'Add local mode option to CMS' JIRA Issue might have offer some help:

        https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/INFRA-4387

        Perhaps we could use `wget -m` to grab the site and push it somewhere useful?

        Any ideas on how we might be able to make this happen would be appreciated!

        Thanks!

        The Apache XML Graphics Project Team


        TItle changed from: Create OFFLINE export of CMS output (PDF? HTML?) possibly using buildbot

        The Apache XML Graphics Project hopes to include our web site documentation with SOURCE & BINARY distributions.

        BACKGROUND
        ===========
        Before we migrated to the ASF-CMS, we used Apache Forrest, which, among other things, allowed us to include an offline version of website documentation with our build. Migrating to the ASF CMS involved converting all documentation to Markdown.

        We would like to have a method of creating an OFFLINE version of the web site documentation (including images, stylesheets, javascript, etc.).

        Although individual pages would suffice, ideally the solution would be able to optionally generate a whole-site HTML and/or PDF similar to Forrest's 'whole-site' HTML and PDF capability described in this section:

        http://forrest.apache.org/docs_0_90/your-project.html#sitemap.xmap

        I noticed that the 'Add local mode option to CMS' JIRA Issue might have offer some help:

        https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/INFRA-4387

        Perhaps we could use `wget -m` to grab the site and push it somewhere useful?

        Any ideas on how we might be able to make this happen would be appreciated!

        Thanks!

        The Apache XML Graphics Project Team
        Clay Leeds made changes -
        Summary Create OFFLINE export of CMS output (PDF? HTML?) possibly using buildbot Move CMS' sub-project DOCUMENTATION back into local sub-project repositories
        Clay Leeds made changes -
        Description

        TItle changed from: Create OFFLINE export of CMS output (PDF? HTML?) possibly using buildbot

        The Apache XML Graphics Project hopes to include our web site documentation with SOURCE & BINARY distributions.

        BACKGROUND
        ===========
        Before we migrated to the ASF-CMS, we used Apache Forrest, which, among other things, allowed us to include an offline version of website documentation with our build. Migrating to the ASF CMS involved converting all documentation to Markdown.

        We would like to have a method of creating an OFFLINE version of the web site documentation (including images, stylesheets, javascript, etc.).

        Although individual pages would suffice, ideally the solution would be able to optionally generate a whole-site HTML and/or PDF similar to Forrest's 'whole-site' HTML and PDF capability described in this section:

        http://forrest.apache.org/docs_0_90/your-project.html#sitemap.xmap

        I noticed that the 'Add local mode option to CMS' JIRA Issue might have offer some help:

        https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/INFRA-4387

        Perhaps we could use `wget -m` to grab the site and push it somewhere useful?

        Any ideas on how we might be able to make this happen would be appreciated!

        Thanks!

        The Apache XML Graphics Project Team
        NOTE: the title was changed from: Create OFFLINE export of CMS output (PDF? HTML?) possibly using buildbot

        The Apache XML Graphics Project hopes to include our web site documentation with SOURCE & BINARY distributions.

        BACKGROUND
        ===========
        Before we migrated to the ASF-CMS, we used Apache Forrest, which, among other things, allowed us to include an offline version of website documentation with our build. Migrating to the ASF CMS involved converting all documentation to Markdown.

        We would like to have a method of creating an OFFLINE version of the web site documentation (including images, stylesheets, javascript, etc.).

        Although individual pages would suffice, ideally the solution would be able to optionally generate a whole-site HTML and/or PDF similar to Forrest's 'whole-site' HTML and PDF capability described in this section:

        http://forrest.apache.org/docs_0_90/your-project.html#sitemap.xmap

        I noticed that the 'Add local mode option to CMS' JIRA Issue might have offer some help:

        https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/INFRA-4387

        Perhaps we could use `wget -m` to grab the site and push it somewhere useful?

        Any ideas on how we might be able to make this happen would be appreciated!

        Thanks!

        The Apache XML Graphics Project Team
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        Clay Leeds added a comment - - edited
        I changed the title from: Create OFFLINE export of CMS output (PDF? HTML?) possibly using buildbot.

        We just want to be able to have our documentation in the sub project. We had the docs in FOP, Batik, XML Graphics & XML Graphics site (parent site for deployment). We want the docs for each sub projects, in each project.

        Any ideas how we can accomplish this? I guess there are many ways to skin a cat...
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        Clay Leeds added a comment - - edited I changed the title from: Create OFFLINE export of CMS output (PDF? HTML?) possibly using buildbot. We just want to be able to have our documentation in the sub project. We had the docs in FOP, Batik, XML Graphics & XML Graphics site (parent site for deployment). We want the docs for each sub projects, in each project. Any ideas how we can accomplish this? I guess there are many ways to skin a cat...
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        Clay Leeds added a comment -
        I ended up using `svn:externals` to make this happen... Thanks for the recommendation!

        Cheers!

        Clay
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        Clay Leeds added a comment - I ended up using `svn:externals` to make this happen... Thanks for the recommendation! Cheers! Clay
        Clay Leeds made changes -
        Status Waiting for Infra [ 10011 ] Closed [ 6 ]
        Review Date 15/Jun/13
        Resolution Fixed [ 1 ]
        Gavin made changes -
        Fix Version/s Initial Clearing [ 12325964 ]

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