HTML page for ALFS

Pierre Labastie pierre.labastie at
Mon Apr 15 08:51:36 PDT 2013

Le 15/04/2013 16:39, Thomas Pegg a écrit :
> On 4/15/2013 8:51 AM, Pierre Labastie wrote:
>> Le 15/04/2013 03:48, Bruce Dubbs a écrit :
>>> Thomas Pegg wrote:
>>>> On 4/13/2013 2:16 PM, Pierre Labastie wrote:
>>>>> Le 10/04/2013 19:23, Pierre Labastie a écrit :
>>>>>> Hi,
>>>>>> I have changed the ALFS HTML page, to make it similar to the wiki. I
>>>>>> hope it gives up to date information.
>>>>> I have now changed the "download" page. While doing that, I noticed
>>>> that the directory
>>>>> was empty. I guess
>>>> there should be some kind of daily update. But I
>>>>> do not know what the policy is. If needed, I guess I could write a
>>>> cron job for extracting and compressing the svn files.
>>>>> I have created the
>>>> directory, which could be used for daily updates
>>>>> too.
>>>> Yes I use to have a cron job for that.  I think I still have the script
>>>> for it, will have to check.
>>> I can do that if needed.  I really don't think it would be that useful
>>> though.  It is very easy to do a svn checkout and then update as desired
>>> instead of using a tarball.
>>>      -- Bruce
>> Hi,
>> I wanted to change the wording on the "download" page, since I agree
>> with Bruce that nobody would want to use a tarball since subversion is
>> needed anyway for downloading the book. But It seems all the changes I
>> have made are gone. Unfortunately I had not made a copy of the download
>> page. I have a copy of index.html if needed, but I do not want to modify
>> it again if somebody else wants to keep it in the previous state...
>> Pierre
> Were you changing the file directly in the web root Pierre?? If so, your
> changes are probably gone, since the website is maintained in SVN, the
> files should not be changed directly.
> Thomas
OK, I did not know that. What is the name of the svn repository ?



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