jhuntwork at linuxfromscratch.org
Thu Jul 1 05:31:22 PDT 2004
On Thursday 01 July 2004 08:12 am, Jeroen Coumans wrote:
> Jeremy Huntwork said the following on 01-07-2004 13:49:
> > On Saturday 26 June 2004 02:29 pm, Anderson Lizardo wrote:
> >>I don't think that it would be that hard. swish and Jeremy's
> >>lfscounter.cgi rewrite already use the same templating engine. It's
> >>not even necessary to all systems have the same template engine.
> >> They just need to have some kind of INCLUDE directive that allow
> >> to insert "global" HTML code. Swish-e, lfscounter.cgi (Jeremy's
> >> rewrite) and TWiki certainly have. We still need to check the
> >> other systems.
> > What would be an appropriate location for the "global" HTML code
> > mentioned here? A templates directory under /home/httpd?
> Sure, /home/httpd/templates, with subdirectories for app-specific
> templates. Don't forget to import them first in CVS (or Subversion
> when we get our repository), with a post-commit we can check it out
> in the target directory.
Sorry, still trying to get familiar with CVS...
I have a directory all ready to go in my home folder - I should just
import it to the top of the cvsroot?
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