Steven M. Ottens
steven at minst.net
Fri Jul 8 11:41:17 EDT 2011
Just to let you know that this setup is a temporary one. Volker made the
valid point that the code repository shouldn't contain the stuff for the
website, if there is a website repository as well.
A better setup will be that all the site-building stuff is moved back to
mapquery.github.com and a push to mapquery will trigger building
mapquery (which is not happening now) and building the website.
Pushing to mapquery.github.com will only build the website.
I was focussing on getting something working. Now we have something
people who actually understand what they are doing can take over and
build a proper system. I'm working on getting jenkins outside the
firewall, so people who are interested in setting up a proper building
routine can do so.
Op 7/8/2011 5:02 PM, Steven M. Ottens schreef:
> Hi all,
> As you all already have noticed, the site is changed. ;)
> I've tried to create a half decent site at http://mapquery.org
> <http://mapquery.org/> It is automatically generated after each push
> to https://github.com/mapquery/mapquery I've added a /site directory
> in the repository.
> everything in /site gets copied to http://mapquery.org/
> /site/index.html is the main page
> /site/build/demo-index.html is the index.html file for
> /site/template.html is the template used for all
> http://mapquery.org/docs files, generated through jodoc-js
> /site/main.md is the content for http://mapquery.org/docs/index.html
> Also the src, demo and tests directories get copied and you can view
> the demo's en tests online. It doesn't do any smart building like
> Have a look and comments/patches are welcome.
> MapQuery mailing list
> MapQuery at lists.osgeo.org
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the MapQuery