cvs commit: www/en/news Makefile www/en/news/2006 Makefile
news.xml press.xml www/share/sgml libcommon.xsl news.xml press.xml
jkois at freebsd.org
Sat Jan 5 00:25:14 PST 2008
On Saturday, 05 January 2008 05:25:24 Hiroki Sato wrote:
> Johann Kois <jkois at FreeBSD.org> wrote
> in <200801042116.m04LGSBZ063456 at repoman.freebsd.org>:
> jk> Revision Changes Path
> jk> 1.1 +16 -0 www/en/news/2006/Makefile (new)
> jk> 1.1 +1005 -0 www/en/news/2006/news.xml (new)
> jk> 1.1 +580 -0 www/en/news/2006/press.xml (new)
> jk> 1.48 +2 -1 www/en/news/Makefile
> jk> 1.8 +2 -1 www/share/sgml/libcommon.xsl
> jk> 1.135 +1 -979 www/share/sgml/news.xml
> jk> 1.56 +1 -565 www/share/sgml/press.xml
> How about generating the 2006's page directly from news.xml instead
> of moving the news items from the language-independent directory to
> www/en? I think this change forces the translation teams to catch up
> with the directory structure, and currently
> www/<lang>/share/sgml/news.xml depends on www/share/sgml/news.xml to
> support partial translation but the moving breaks this functionality
> at least.
With that you mean we would have only on big news.xml file but would only
display the current news (lets say 2007 and 2008) on the main page
And we would provide links to earlier years (which we do now on the bottom of
news.html) which would also just display the entries from the selected years?
But all news entries would access the same news.xml file?
Sounds interesting but I am not exactly sure how to do that. And what about
the older years (up to 2005) which already reside in separate subdirectories
and aren't always translated (or up-to-date)?
jkois at FreeBSD.org
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