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From Maarten Coene <>
Subject Ivy site
Date Wed, 17 Nov 2010 23:05:45 GMT
Hi all,

within a few hours, an updated Ivy site should be online where the general part 
should fulfill most of the requirements listed here:

I didn't update the documentation belonging to the Ivy releases though, which 
means that a lot of pages won't follow these requirements. I can regenerate all 
this historical content as well to make sure the updated headers/footers/logo's 
are shown. However, this won't change any content on these pages, so they will 
still use 'Ivy' instead of 'Apache Ivy' for instance. 

A concrete example:

This index.html has been generated from the tagged index.html in SVN:

The first sentence is: "Welcome to the official Ivy documentation."
According to the new requirements, this should be: "Welcome to the official 
Apache Ivy (TM) documentation."

So if I want to change this sentence, I have the change the tag. The 
headers/footers are not a problem, they are regenerated when the site is 
generated, the problem is the content only.
How should I deal with this?



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