Thanks for taking the time to figure this out. I ran out of time.
I still get a few broken links
(Is a directory)">development/</link>
(Is a directory)">documentation/</link>
(No such file or directory)">documentation/84/index.html</link>
<link message="No pipeline matched request: favicon.ico
at <map:mount> -
(No such file or directory)">images/.jpg</link>
Did you solve these as well ?
On Thu, May 31, 2012 at 5:56 PM, Mikko Tiihonen
> On 05/31/2012 04:11 PM, Dave Cramer wrote:
>> I've spent a few days trying to build the website. Currently it is
>> using apache forrest to create the website. I have been unable to
>> build it and I don't really have any more time to work on it. I'm
>> also not inclined to spend a whole lot of time to learn Forrest.
>> Do we have anyone with Forrest expertise ?
> I had never before heard of it. But I think I might have managed to build
> the site now.
> I used the latest 0.9 release of Forrest. And after googling a bit it seems
> generating the changes and todo that you were missing out of the status.xml
> at the root
> has been moved to a plugin. After you enable it by adding:
> to the forrest.properties the changes & todo are properly generated.
> In addition to actually run the ant target doc on the git checkout
> I had to add to build.local.properties:
> + add latest xalan-2 jar to classpath.
>> Alternatively should we look at another way to build the website ?
>> Possibly use the same infrastructure as the main www.postgresql site ?
>> Or another simple way ?
>> Suggestions (and volunteers) welcome.
> I think the jdbc project does not have extra resources to maintain its own
> web site presence.
> 1) ask if www.postgresql could embed jdbc content somewhere in their site -
> after a volunteer migrates the current site content to their infrastructure
> 2) keep using forrest, but move the building of the site to git repository
> too - and script it so that it actually works properly
> - instead of requiring the site-developer to download and maintain all
> release source codes it could just fetch then from the git repository
> - add all required defines to build.properties so that it works at least
> on some machine and provides examples for the next person on what to tune
> - automate loading and installing of forrest if required
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