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[Proposal] New xwiki-applications directory in SVN

vmassol
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Hi,

I'd like to define a location in SVN where we can put XWiki  
applications (i.e. sets of xwiki pages). For example I'd like to put  
the Selenium application I wrote in there. I've been thinking about  
where best to put these and here's my proposal:

* Create a xwiki-applications directory (with trunk/, branches/ and  
tags/) in svn.forge.objectweb.org/svnroot/xwiki
* Have the following directory structure:

xwiki-applications/trunk/
   |_ wikis/
     |_ default/
   |_ applications/
     |_ panels/
     |_ selenium/
     |_ blog/
     |_ calendar/
     |_ ...

* The default/ module will depend on several applications like  
panels, blog, calendar, etc.
* All modules in xwiki-applications all produce a XAR when built
* We move the current xwiki/xwiki/trunk/wikis/** to xwiki-
applications/trunk/wikis/**

* There's already a xwiki-apps/ director y in SVN (for agilepm and  
gelc). I'm proposing to rename it to xwiki-extensions/ and to move  
agilepm to a sandbox. I'm proposing to create a sandbox for  
applications in xwiki-applications/trunk/sandbox and move agilepm in  
there.

Let me know if you're ok with this.

For jeremi and everyone workong on gelc, it shouldn't have much  
impact apart from the fact that you'll need to copy any uncommitted  
changes in the new directory (but that's a single copy - Simply make  
sure you don't copy the .svn files and you should be good - I have  
done that several times and it's very easy actually).

Note: The reason this is urgent is that I need to commit the selenium  
application in order to start writing more functional tests and to  
formalize how we do our functional tests. We need that ASAP for 1.0.

Thanks
-Vincent


       

       
               
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Re: [Proposal] New xwiki-applications directory in SVN

Sergiu Dumitriu
OK for me. (+1)

On 2/12/07, Vincent Massol <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi,

I'd like to define a location in SVN where we can put XWiki
applications (i.e. sets of xwiki pages). For example I'd like to put
the Selenium application I wrote in there. I've been thinking about
where best to put these and here's my proposal:

* Create a xwiki-applications directory (with trunk/, branches/ and
tags/) in svn.forge.objectweb.org/svnroot/xwiki
* Have the following directory structure:

xwiki-applications/trunk/
   |_ wikis/
     |_ default/
   |_ applications/
     |_ panels/
     |_ selenium/
     |_ blog/
     |_ calendar/
     |_ ...

* The default/ module will depend on several applications like
panels, blog, calendar, etc.
* All modules in xwiki-applications all produce a XAR when built
* We move the current xwiki/xwiki/trunk/wikis/** to xwiki-
applications/trunk/wikis/**

* There's already a xwiki-apps/ director y in SVN (for agilepm and
gelc). I'm proposing to rename it to xwiki-extensions/ and to move
agilepm to a sandbox. I'm proposing to create a sandbox for
applications in xwiki-applications/trunk/sandbox and move agilepm in
there.

Let me know if you're ok with this.

For jeremi and everyone workong on gelc, it shouldn't have much
impact apart from the fact that you'll need to copy any uncommitted
changes in the new directory (but that's a single copy - Simply make
sure you don't copy the .svn files and you should be good - I have
done that several times and it's very easy actually).

Note: The reason this is urgent is that I need to commit the selenium
application in order to start writing more functional tests and to
formalize how we do our functional tests. We need that ASAP for 1.0.

Thanks
-Vincent




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Re: [Proposal] New xwiki-applications directory in SVN

Phung Nam
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+1 for your proposal.

On 2/12/07, Vincent Massol <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi,

I'd like to define a location in SVN where we can put XWiki
applications (i.e. sets of xwiki pages). For example I'd like to put
the Selenium application I wrote in there. I've been thinking about
where best to put these and here's my proposal:

* Create a xwiki-applications directory (with trunk/, branches/ and
tags/) in svn.forge.objectweb.org/svnroot/xwiki
* Have the following directory structure:

xwiki-applications/trunk/
   |_ wikis/
     |_ default/
   |_ applications/
     |_ panels/
     |_ selenium/
     |_ blog/
     |_ calendar/
     |_ ...

* The default/ module will depend on several applications like
panels, blog, calendar, etc.
* All modules in xwiki-applications all produce a XAR when built
* We move the current xwiki/xwiki/trunk/wikis/** to xwiki-
applications/trunk/wikis/**

* There's already a xwiki-apps/ director y in SVN (for agilepm and
gelc). I'm proposing to rename it to xwiki-extensions/ and to move
agilepm to a sandbox. I'm proposing to create a sandbox for
applications in xwiki-applications/trunk/sandbox and move agilepm in
there.

Let me know if you're ok with this.

For jeremi and everyone workong on gelc, it shouldn't have much
impact apart from the fact that you'll need to copy any uncommitted
changes in the new directory (but that's a single copy - Simply make
sure you don't copy the .svn files and you should be good - I have
done that several times and it's very easy actually).

Note: The reason this is urgent is that I need to commit the selenium
application in order to start writing more functional tests and to
formalize how we do our functional tests. We need that ASAP for 1.0.

Thanks
-Vincent






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Re: [Proposal] New xwiki-applications directory in SVN

Sébastien Gaïde
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+1

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Re: [Proposal] New xwiki-applications directory in SVN

Stéphane Laurière
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+1

Stéphane

Vincent Massol wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I'd like to define a location in SVN where we can put XWiki applications
> (i.e. sets of xwiki pages). For example I'd like to put the Selenium
> application I wrote in there. I've been thinking about where best to put
> these and here's my proposal:
>
> * Create a xwiki-applications directory (with trunk/, branches/ and
> tags/) in svn.forge.objectweb.org/svnroot/xwiki
> * Have the following directory structure:
>
> xwiki-applications/trunk/
>   |_ wikis/
>     |_ default/
>   |_ applications/
>     |_ panels/
>     |_ selenium/
>     |_ blog/
>     |_ calendar/
>     |_ ...
>
> * The default/ module will depend on several applications like panels,
> blog, calendar, etc.
> * All modules in xwiki-applications all produce a XAR when built
> * We move the current xwiki/xwiki/trunk/wikis/** to
> xwiki-applications/trunk/wikis/**
>
> * There's already a xwiki-apps/ director y in SVN (for agilepm and
> gelc). I'm proposing to rename it to xwiki-extensions/ and to move
> agilepm to a sandbox. I'm proposing to create a sandbox for applications
> in xwiki-applications/trunk/sandbox and move agilepm in there.
>
> Let me know if you're ok with this.
>
> For jeremi and everyone workong on gelc, it shouldn't have much impact
> apart from the fact that you'll need to copy any uncommitted changes in
> the new directory (but that's a single copy - Simply make sure you don't
> copy the .svn files and you should be good - I have done that several
> times and it's very easy actually).
>
> Note: The reason this is urgent is that I need to commit the selenium
> application in order to start writing more functional tests and to
> formalize how we do our functional tests. We need that ASAP for 1.0.
>
> Thanks
> -Vincent
>
>
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Re: [Proposal] New xwiki-applications directory in SVN

Jean-Vincent Drean
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+1

2007/2/12, Vincent Massol <[hidden email]>:

> Hi,
>
> I'd like to define a location in SVN where we can put XWiki
> applications (i.e. sets of xwiki pages). For example I'd like to put
> the Selenium application I wrote in there. I've been thinking about
> where best to put these and here's my proposal:
>
> * Create a xwiki-applications directory (with trunk/, branches/ and
> tags/) in svn.forge.objectweb.org/svnroot/xwiki
> * Have the following directory structure:
>
> xwiki-applications/trunk/
>   |_ wikis/
>     |_ default/
>   |_ applications/
>     |_ panels/
>     |_ selenium/
>     |_ blog/
>     |_ calendar/
>     |_ ...
>
> * The default/ module will depend on several applications like
> panels, blog, calendar, etc.
> * All modules in xwiki-applications all produce a XAR when built
> * We move the current xwiki/xwiki/trunk/wikis/** to xwiki-
> applications/trunk/wikis/**
>
> * There's already a xwiki-apps/ director y in SVN (for agilepm and
> gelc). I'm proposing to rename it to xwiki-extensions/ and to move
> agilepm to a sandbox. I'm proposing to create a sandbox for
> applications in xwiki-applications/trunk/sandbox and move agilepm in
> there.
>
> Let me know if you're ok with this.
>
> For jeremi and everyone workong on gelc, it shouldn't have much
> impact apart from the fact that you'll need to copy any uncommitted
> changes in the new directory (but that's a single copy - Simply make
> sure you don't copy the .svn files and you should be good - I have
> done that several times and it's very easy actually).
>
> Note: The reason this is urgent is that I need to commit the selenium
> application in order to start writing more functional tests and to
> formalize how we do our functional tests. We need that ASAP for 1.0.
>
> Thanks
> -Vincent
>
>
>
>
>
>
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Re: [Proposal] New xwiki-applications directory in SVN

Ludovic Dubost
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+1

Vincent Massol a écrit :

> Hi,
>
> I'd like to define a location in SVN where we can put XWiki
> applications (i.e. sets of xwiki pages). For example I'd like to put
> the Selenium application I wrote in there. I've been thinking about
> where best to put these and here's my proposal:
>
> * Create a xwiki-applications directory (with trunk/, branches/ and
> tags/) in svn.forge.objectweb.org/svnroot/xwiki
> * Have the following directory structure:
>
> xwiki-applications/trunk/
>   |_ wikis/
>     |_ default/
>   |_ applications/
>     |_ panels/
>     |_ selenium/
>     |_ blog/
>     |_ calendar/
>     |_ ...
>
> * The default/ module will depend on several applications like panels,
> blog, calendar, etc.
> * All modules in xwiki-applications all produce a XAR when built
> * We move the current xwiki/xwiki/trunk/wikis/** to
> xwiki-applications/trunk/wikis/**
>
> * There's already a xwiki-apps/ director y in SVN (for agilepm and
> gelc). I'm proposing to rename it to xwiki-extensions/ and to move
> agilepm to a sandbox. I'm proposing to create a sandbox for
> applications in xwiki-applications/trunk/sandbox and move agilepm in
> there.
>
> Let me know if you're ok with this.
>
> For jeremi and everyone workong on gelc, it shouldn't have much impact
> apart from the fact that you'll need to copy any uncommitted changes
> in the new directory (but that's a single copy - Simply make sure you
> don't copy the .svn files and you should be good - I have done that
> several times and it's very easy actually).
>
> Note: The reason this is urgent is that I need to commit the selenium
> application in order to start writing more functional tests and to
> formalize how we do our functional tests. We need that ASAP for 1.0.
>
> Thanks
> -Vincent
>
>
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>
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