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  3. src/

Oak Documentation

The Oak documentation lives as Markdown files in src/site/markdown such that it easy to view e.g. from GitHub. Alternatively the Maven site plugin can be used to build and deploy a web site as follows:

From the reactor do

mvn clean install -Pdoc -pl :oak-doc-railroad-macro # oak-doc requires to be installed locally as this module isn't released
mvn clean -Pdoc

to clean any existing site,

mvn site -Pdoc

to build the site without Javadoc, and optionally

mvn site -Pjavadoc

to add Javadoc.

mvn site -Pdoc,javadoc

to generate both site and javadocs. Review the site at oak-doc/target/site.

Then deploy the site to using

mvn site-deploy -Pdoc

Finally review the site at To skip the final commit during the deploy phase you can specify -Dscmpublish.skipCheckin=true. You can then review all pending changes in oak-doc/target/scmpublish-checkout and follow up with svn commit manually.

Note: mvn clean needs to be run as a separate command as otherwise generating the Javadocs would not work correctly due to issues with module ordering.

Every committer should be able to deploy the site. No fiddling with credentials needed since deployment is done via svn commit to