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From Martijn Kruithof <>
Subject Re: Infrastructure
Date Sat, 13 Oct 2007 15:36:08 GMT
Xavier Hanin schreef:
> On 10/12/07, <> wrote:
>>>>> I don't want either, but ATM Ivy site is not integrated to
>>> incubator
>>>>> site, and Ivy is reachable at So why not
>>>>> take the same approach here?
>>>> We can do that as a first step and think about an integrated solution
>>>> later.  If you check in your site into svn somewhere under
>>> ant/ivy any
>>>> person with an Unix account in the Ant group can check it out to
>>>> and the site would go live.
>>> We used to have our site in svn, but now we generate it and
>>> publish it using
>>> ssh. We have a build.xml for that, so we only need to change
>>> the destination
>>> location in the build.xml and publish the site, this should be
>>> pretty easy.
>>> One question: How do we handle relocation for people having
>>> bookmarked pages
>>> @
>> Not sure if this is possible.
>> But maybe Apache httpd URL-rewrite could help...
> Indeed, it seems to be possible. Here's what wicket guys use:
> .htaccess
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> RewriteEngine on
> RewriteRule ^(.*)$$1 [R,L]
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Pretty easy to adapt to our needs :-)
> So I will move Ivy site if nobody objects.
> Xavier
Fine to move it, probably a moved permanently response (R=301) to the 
browsers is better though.

I currently have an update script on people (minotaur) that updates the 
ant website once a day from svn. dependent on the location the ivy 
specifics of the website will be stored the script will need to be 
updated to do a separate sync for the ivy parts of the website. The 
current sync is from /ant/core/trunk/docs for the base documentation and 
/ant/core/tags/ANT_170/docs/manual for the manual part of the 
documentation (this depends on the one doing an explicit checkout of a 
certain branch at a specific position.) I assume the script would pick 
up a new location after an explicit initial checkout. If not, I'll add it.

(The script)

cd /www/
/usr/local/bin/svn up | /usr/bin/grep -v "At revision"


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