Are we clear to go through and update for code styles?
Should those changes only go into truck, or are we going to attempt to merge the changes from 2.0 branch?
I think the new style looks great!!
It really looks like a brand new document ;)
I tested out the code highlighting too - thats awesome. A little tedious to go back and put it in - but awesome.
On Wed, Mar 19, 2008 at 12:40 PM, Pete Muir <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:Thanks to the hard work of Samson and Mark the new doc formats on the
Seam 2.0 branch are almost there.
Please checkout the Seam_2_0 branch from Seam svn
(https://svn.jboss.org/repos/seam/branches/Seam_2_0) and build the
The docs are built into doc/Seam_Reference_Guide/target/docbook/publish/en-US
The PDF, html and html_single have the SeamFramework.org style applied
(the html one uses graphics from SeamFramework.org, the pdf just the
font colours). Andy, James - I would appreciate your review of this as
I'm no graphic artist!
There is also code highlighting for XML and Java code (all the code
blocks need the role="JAVA" or role="XML" attributes applied to make
the highlight appear, so as you edit docs please add this).
* All the maven plugins need to be releases (they are all snapshot
currently), and I'll work with Mark on that over the next few days.
* The "callouts" are overflowing in the PDF version
* The "callouts" with code highlighting aren't placing the annotations
correctly in the HTML versions
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