lewis.mcgibbney at gmail
Jul 22, 2011, 2:24 AM
Post #3 of 3
Thank you David again for your advice. In both cases it has proved
Re: Not copying new project logo when building
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Thanks also for the specific resources
On Fri, Jul 22, 2011 at 3:07 AM, David Crossley <crossley [at] apache> wrote:
> lewis john mcgibbney wrote:
> > Hi list,
> > I have a small problem which is the addition of a new project logo to our
> > already running Forrest site.
> > In /forrest/src/documentation/resources/images/ I have added my new
> > and have also specified it in the skinconf.xml which is in /documentation
> > follows
> > <!-- project logo -->
> > <project-name>Nutch</project-name>
> > <project-description>Open Source Web Search
> > <project-url>http://nutch.apache.org/</project-url>
> > <project-logo>images/nutch_logo_tm.gif</project-logo>
> > However when I build the project in /forrest with 'forrest',, copy
> > /build/site to /publish then commit, the logo doesn't change, infact it
> > actually shows a dead link to the image as you will see here .
> Looking at the Nutch SVN i do not see either
> the source logo, which should be in
> nor the "published" copy, which should be in
> Perhaps you forgot to do 'svn add' for each of those.
> > I've tried rebuilding and re-committing and it doesn't seem to be working
> > all.
> I suggest viewing the site before publishing,
> e.g. via 'forrest run'
> or by opening the relevant local generated pages.
> This helps to isolate such problems.
> The Forrest project also suggests
> as a better way to deploy the published documents.
> > Users lists have provided some unexpected leads on other topics such as
> > SVG which I am happy I found however I am still puzzling over this one.
> > pointers please?
> > Thank you
> >  http://nutch.apache.org
> > --
> > *Lewis*