Changeset 504:0de25fce0dd9 in livinglogic.python.www

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01/06/08 22:37:27 (12 years ago)
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Walter Doerwald <walter@…>
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Update to new names of doc elements.

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  • site/Python_xmlns.py

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    469469            title=("Transforming ", abbr.xist(), u" trees · Python software · LivingLogic AG"), 
    470470            header=("Transforming ", abbr.xist(), u" trees"), 
    471             subheader=("The ", doc.function("mapped"), " function, sorting, etc."), 
     471            subheader=("The ", doc.func("mapped"), " function, sorting, etc."), 
    472472            url=u"root:xist/Transformation.html", 
    473473            localkeywords=[], 
     
    11181118        href = ("http://ftp.livinglogic.de/", u.relative(self.base)) 
    11191119        if target.xmlns == doc.xmlns: 
    1120             e = target.item(target.link(unicode(name), href=href), " (", type,")") 
     1120            e = target.li(target.a(unicode(name), href=href), " (", type,")") 
    11211121        else: 
    11221122            e = html.tr( 
     
    11371137        if target.xmlns == doc.xmlns: 
    11381138            e = target.section( 
    1139                 target.title("Version ", self.attrs.version, " (released ", self.attrs.date, ")"), 
    1140                 target.ulist(files), 
     1139                target.h("Version ", self.attrs.version, " (released ", self.attrs.date, ")"), 
     1140                target.ul(files), 
    11411141            ) 
    11421142        else: 
  • site/aplora/Download.htmlxsc

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    11<?xml version='1.0' encoding='iso-8859-1'?> 
    22<py:page path="aplora/download"> 
    3 <par>You can either go directly to the 
    4 <link href="http://ftp.livinglogic.de/aplora/">&http; download directory</link> 
    5 or the <link href="ftp://ftp.livinglogic.de/pub/livinglogic/aplora/">&ftp; download directory</link> 
    6 or choose one of the following archives:</par> 
     3<p>You can either go directly to the 
     4<a href="http://ftp.livinglogic.de/aplora/">&http; download directory</a> 
     5or the <a href="ftp://ftp.livinglogic.de/pub/livinglogic/aplora/">&ftp; download directory</a> 
     6or choose one of the following archives:</p> 
     7 
    78<py:downloads name="aplora"> 
    89<py:download version="0.3" date="01/07/2008"/> 
  • site/aplora/index.htmlxsc

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    11<?xml version='1.0' encoding='iso-8859-1'?> 
    22<py:page path="aplora"> 
    3 <par>This script can be used with Apache's piped logging facility 
    4 to log &http; requests to an Oracle database. It works best with 
    5 Apache 2.0.46 or later but can be made to work with older version 
    6 by removing a few of the fields.</par> 
     3<p>This script can be used with Apache's piped logging facility to log &http; 
     4requests to an Oracle database. It works best with Apache 2.0.46 or later but 
     5can be made to work with older version by removing a few of the fields.</p> 
    76 
    8 <par>Currently this script is specific to &jsp; and XIST4C, but 
    9 this can be changed by changing the methods <method>findcoid</method> 
    10 and <method>findsession</method>.</par> 
     7<p>Currently this script is specific to &jsp; and XIST4C, but this can be 
     8changed by changing the methods <meth>findcoid</meth> and 
     9<meth>findsession</meth>.</p> 
    1110</py:page> 
  • site/core/Download.htmlxsc

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    11<?xml version='1.0' encoding='iso-8859-1'?> 
    22<py:page path="core/download"> 
    3 <par>You can either go directly to the 
    4 <link href="http://ftp.livinglogic.de/core/">&http; download directory</link> 
    5 or the <link href="ftp://ftp.livinglogic.de/pub/livinglogic/core/">&ftp; download directory</link> 
    6 or choose one of the following archives:</par> 
     3<p>You can either go directly to the 
     4<a href="http://ftp.livinglogic.de/core/">&http; download directory</a> 
     5or the <a href="ftp://ftp.livinglogic.de/pub/livinglogic/core/">&ftp; download directory</a> 
     6or choose one of the following archives:</p> 
     7 
    78<py:downloads name="core"> 
    89<py:download version="1.10.1" date="07/20/2007"/> 
  • site/core/OldDownload.htmlxsc

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    11<?xml version='1.0' encoding='iso-8859-1'?> 
    22<py:page path="core/download/old"> 
    3 <par>Older versions of the modules in the core package were distributed 
     3<p>Older versions of the modules in the core package were distributed 
    44seperately before ll-core 1.0. You can download those old packages from here 
    5 or hunt around in the <link href="http://ftp.livinglogic.de/">&http; download directory</link> 
    6 or the <link href="ftp://ftp.livinglogic.de/pub/livinglogic/">&ftp; download directory</link>:</par> 
     5or hunt around in the <a href="http://ftp.livinglogic.de/">&http; download directory</a> 
     6or the <a href="ftp://ftp.livinglogic.de/pub/livinglogic/">&ftp; download directory</a>:</p> 
     7 
    78<py:downloads name="core"> 
    89<py:download version="0.3" date="05/24/2005"/> 
  • site/core/index.htmlxsc

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    22<py:page path="core"> 
    33 
    4 <par>The <module>ll-core</module> distribution contains the following modules:</par> 
     4<p>The <mod>ll-core</mod> distribution contains the following modules:</p> 
    55 
    6 <ulist> 
    7 <item><em><pyref module="ll.ansistyle">ll.ansistyle</pyref></em> is a module 
    8 that enables colored text output via ANSI escape sequences.</item> 
    9 <item><em><pyref module="ll.color">ll.color</pyref></em> handles RGB color 
    10 values and conversion between different color models.</item> 
    11 <item><em><pyref module="ll.make">ll.make</pyref></em> is an object oriented 
    12 make replacement.</item> 
    13 <item><em><pyref module="ll.misc">ll.misc</pyref></em> contains common 
    14 functionality used by the other packages.</item> 
    15 <item><em><pyref module="ll.sisyphus">ll.sisyphus</pyref></em> is a module that 
    16 simplifies running Python stuff in cron jobs.</item> 
    17 <item><em><pyref module="ll.daemon">ll.daemon</pyref></em> is a module that 
    18 can be used on UNIX to fork a daemon process.</item> 
    19 <item><em><pyref module="ll.url">ll.url</pyref></em>, a module that implements 
    20 an RFC2396 compatible &url; class.</item> 
    21 <item><em><pyref module="ll.xpit">ll.xpit</pyref></em> is a module that 
     6<ul> 
     7<li><em><pyref module="ll.ansistyle">ll.ansistyle</pyref></em> is a module 
     8that enables colored text output via ANSI escape sequences.</li> 
     9<li><em><pyref module="ll.color">ll.color</pyref></em> handles RGB color 
     10values and conversion between different color models.</li> 
     11<li><em><pyref module="ll.make">ll.make</pyref></em> is an object oriented 
     12make replacement.</li> 
     13<li><em><pyref module="ll.misc">ll.misc</pyref></em> contains common 
     14functionality used by the other packages.</li> 
     15<li><em><pyref module="ll.sisyphus">ll.sisyphus</pyref></em> is a module that 
     16simplifies running Python stuff in cron jobs.</li> 
     17<li><em><pyref module="ll.daemon">ll.daemon</pyref></em> is a module that 
     18can be used on UNIX to fork a daemon process.</li> 
     19<li><em><pyref module="ll.url">ll.url</pyref></em>, a module that implements 
     20an RFC2396 compatible &url; class.</li> 
     21<li><em><pyref module="ll.xpit">ll.xpit</pyref></em> is a module that 
    2222can be used for text templating. You can embed Python expressions in text and 
    23 these expressions will be evaluated.</item> 
    24 </ulist> 
     23these expressions will be evaluated.</li> 
     24</ul> 
    2525 
    2626</py:page> 
  • site/index.htmlxsc

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    1 <?xml version='1.0' encoding='iso-8859-1'?> <py:page path=""> 
    2 <par>This pages host several Open Source Python packages and modules developed 
    3 by LivingLogic.</par> 
    4 <ulist> 
    5 <item><em><pyref module="ll.xist">ll.xist</pyref></em> is an &html;/&xml; 
     1<?xml version='1.0' encoding='iso-8859-1'?> 
     2<py:page path=""> 
     3<p>This pages host several Open Source Python packages and modules developed 
     4by LivingLogic.</p> 
     5 
     6<ul> 
     7<li><em><pyref module="ll.xist">ll.xist</pyref></em> is an &html;/&xml; 
    68generator that's easy to extend with new elements. (These pages are 
    7 generated with &xist;)</item> 
    8 <item><em><pyref module="ll.url">ll.url</pyref></em>, a module that implements 
    9 an RFC2396 compatible &url; class.</item> 
    10 <item><em><pyref module="ll.make">ll.make</pyref></em> is an object oriented 
    11 make replacement.</item> 
    12 <item><em><pyref module="ll.color">ll.color</pyref></em> handles RGB color 
    13 values and conversion between different color models.</item> 
    14 <item><em><pyref module="ll.sisyphus">ll.sisyphus</pyref></em> is a module that 
    15 simplifies running Python stuff in cron jobs.</item> 
    16 <item><em><pyref module="ll.daemon">ll.daemon</pyref></em> is a module that 
    17 can be used on UNIX to fork a daemon process.</item> 
    18 <item><em><pyref module="ll.ansistyle">ll.ansistyle</pyref></em> is a module 
    19 that enables colored text output via ANSI escape sequences.</item> 
    20 <item><em><pyref module="ll.toxic">ll.toxic</pyref></em> is an &xist; namespace 
     9generated with &xist;)</li> 
     10<li><em><pyref module="ll.url">ll.url</pyref></em>, a module that implements 
     11an RFC2396 compatible &url; class.</li> 
     12<li><em><pyref module="ll.make">ll.make</pyref></em> is an object oriented 
     13make replacement.</li> 
     14<li><em><pyref module="ll.color">ll.color</pyref></em> handles RGB color 
     15values and conversion between different color models.</li> 
     16<li><em><pyref module="ll.sisyphus">ll.sisyphus</pyref></em> is a module that 
     17simplifies running Python stuff in cron jobs.</li> 
     18<li><em><pyref module="ll.daemon">ll.daemon</pyref></em> is a module that 
     19can be used on UNIX to fork a daemon process.</li> 
     20<li><em><pyref module="ll.ansistyle">ll.ansistyle</pyref></em> is a module 
     21that enables colored text output via ANSI escape sequences.</li> 
     22<li><em><pyref module="ll.toxic">ll.toxic</pyref></em> is an &xist; namespace 
    2123that allows you to generate Oracle database function that return &xml; strings 
    22 by embedding processing instructions containing PL/SQL in &xml; files.</item> 
    23 <item><em><pyref module="ll.xpit">ll.xpit</pyref></em> is a module that 
     24by embedding processing instructions containing PL/SQL in &xml; files.</li> 
     25<li><em><pyref module="ll.xpit">ll.xpit</pyref></em> is a module that 
    2426can be used for text templating. You can embed Python expressions in text and 
    25 these expressions will be evaluated.</item> 
    26 <item><em><pyref module="ll.orasql">ll.orasql</pyref></em> contains a few 
    27 utilities for working with <link href="http://www.computronix.com/utilities.shtml#Oracle"><app>cx_Oracle</app></link>.</item> 
    28 <item><em><pyref module="ll.misc">ll.misc</pyref></em> contains common 
    29 functionality used by the other packages.</item> 
    30 <item><em><link href="aplora/index.html">Aplora</link></em> is a script that 
     27these expressions will be evaluated.</li> 
     28<li><em><pyref module="ll.orasql">ll.orasql</pyref></em> contains a few 
     29utilities for working with <a href="http://www.python.net/crew/atuining/cx_Oracle/"><app>cx_Oracle</app></a>.</li> 
     30<li><em><pyref module="ll.misc">ll.misc</pyref></em> contains common 
     31functionality used by the other packages.</li> 
     32<li><em><a href="aplora/index.html">Aplora</a></em> is a script that 
    3133can be used with Apaches piped logging facility to log &http; requests to 
    32 an Oracle database.</item> 
    33 <item><em><link href="pycoco/index.html">Pycoco</link></em> builds the 
     34an Oracle database.</li> 
     35<li><em><a href="pycoco/index.html">Pycoco</a></em> builds the 
    3436Python interpreter from the current Python source, runs the test suite and 
    35 generates an &html; report about the code coverage.</item> 
    36 </ulist> 
     37generates an &html; report about the code coverage.</li> 
     38</ul> 
    3739</py:page> 
  • site/nightshade/Download.htmlxsc

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    11<?xml version='1.0' encoding='iso-8859-1'?> 
    22<py:page path="nightshade/download"> 
    3 <par>You can either go directly to the 
    4 <link href="http://ftp.livinglogic.de/nightshade/">&http; download directory</link> 
    5 or the <link href="ftp://ftp.livinglogic.de/pub/livinglogic/nightshade/">&ftp; download directory</link> 
    6 or choose one of the following archives:</par> 
     3<p>You can either go directly to the 
     4<a href="http://ftp.livinglogic.de/nightshade/">&http; download directory</a> 
     5or the <a href="ftp://ftp.livinglogic.de/pub/livinglogic/nightshade/">&ftp; download directory</a> 
     6or choose one of the following archives:</p> 
     7 
    78<py:downloads name="nightshade"> 
    89<py:download version="0.9" date="07/18/2007"/>