[Grok-doc] Migration of comunity docs has stalled...

Vincent Fretin vincent.fretin at gmail.com
Mon Jan 3 11:56:16 EST 2011

On Mon, Jan 3, 2011 at 5:49 PM, Uli Fouquet <uli at gnufix.de> wrote:

> Hi Vincent,
> Vincent Fretin wrote:
> > I added my script in grok-doc/buildout.cfg
> > bin/buildout generates a bin/build.sh script that build the html and
> > pdf file and copy it to ~/public_html/grokdocs (configurable via the
> > document_root option in buildout.cfg)
> > I added a link to the pdf in the docindex.template file. I saved the
> > logo.gif to png to include it in the pdf, but we need a HD version.
> > The buildout add a cronjob to the user crontab and run every hour.
> > Somebody now need to run the buildout on the server and serve the
> > ~/public_html/grokdocs via apache.
> Thanks a lot for all this! One minor(?) thing, however: when I ran the
> buildout locally, it tried to install a local crontab. I'm not sure
> whether we want this behaviour (which is intended for the grok-server
> mainly, right?) in the documentation itself. If not, then we could put
> it in the SVN repository where also the other script resides already.
> What do others think?

You're right, I just moved the cronjob in deployment.cfg which inherits from
So on the server, you can use bin/buildout -c deployment.cfg

Can you give me the full url of the scripts in the svn you're talking about?

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