[sword-devel] New Server
greg.hellings at gmail.com
Tue Dec 23 14:44:03 MST 2008
On Tue, Dec 23, 2008 at 3:14 PM, Troy A. Griffitts <scribe at crosswire.org> wrote:
> Dear Greg,
> My apologies. I missed copying your shadow entry, which made your password
> invalid. You should be set now.
All set, thanks!
I also updated the SVN class docs to the latest version. I'm sure
building the docs for 1.5.11 will be no harder than dropping the
Doxyfile into the 1.5.11 source and running doxygen. It outputs the
docs into ./doc/doxygen/html and ./doc/doxygen/latex. I can provide
the Doxyfile if you can't see it in my directory, or I can just
maintain the docs, it's not really a hassle to me. Personally,
though, I think that the Doxyfile should probably be part of the
actual SWORD version control system, so that anyone can build them,
and I don't have to try and maintain a copy of it myself.
> For those with accounts on CrossWire, you will find your old stuff under
> IMAP folders have already been migrated, but your procmail filters will have
> to be done on your own.
> Please don't do a mass copy from your old folder to your new home. This is
> a time for cleanup.
> Thanks for your patience and your support during this migration. I think
> we're about done, and things have gone quite smooth considering the fresh
> install route we decide to take. Things feel squeaky clean on the new
> server! I'm sure we will still catch things we forgot over the next couple
> weeks, so keep an eye out.
> Greg Hellings wrote:
>> On Tue, Dec 23, 2008 at 2:37 PM, Peter von Kaehne <refdoc at gmx.net> wrote:
>>> Eeli Kaikkonen wrote:
>>>> Peter von Kaehne wrote:
>>>>> I am right now in the process of updating the Doxygen documentation on
>>>>> the website. I am sure this could be run in a scripted fashion
>>>>> eventually and I will investigate this if it is considered helpful.
>>>> Martin Gruner has maintained the html documentation, have you negotiated
>>>> with him?
>>> I was not even aware of that. I had found ancient Doxygen stuff within
>>> the sword subdirectory and then I found on the wiki a link to ghellings
>>> user directory.
>>> But that link is now dead too, probably as consequence of the server
>>> upgrade and him not yet having moved his user directory back into place.
>> This is exactly what has happened. I must have missed the memo
>> reminding us to do that, and I can't seem to login, either. The docs
>> are still there in my user directory, and when I saw Troy's message I
>> fully intended to update them. However, without being able to login,
>> that won't really be possible. If you'd rather generate them
>> automatically and keep them in the main site, etc, you can get the
>> Doxygen config file out of the respective svn folder from my user
>> directory. I'd suggest doing that rather than recreating the Doxygen
>> config, since there's a massive number of configuration options and
>> I've already tweaked mine to keep them in line with the feedback
>> several people on the list gave.
>> Until I can figure out what's going on with my login, I won't be able
>> to help you much more than that. Sorry.
>>> So I created new doxygen files and put them into my newly developing
>>> sword site.
>>> If mgruner has better stuff available or is already doing something then
>>> this would be very good and I would simply divert my existing link to
>>> his stuff. I hardly know what i am doing with the doxygen stuff so his
>>> will likely be more relevant,
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