Mirror of Apache karaf Site

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  1. d072af5 Merge pull request #73 from raboof/link-cve-2024-34365 by JB Onofré · 6 weeks ago trunk
  2. c108139 Link to CVE-2024-34365 notes by Arnout Engelen · 6 weeks ago
  3. 640d0e1 Merge pull request #72 from raboof/add-cve-2024-34365 by JB Onofré · 6 weeks ago
  4. 02dbdf4 Publish CVE-2024-34365 by Arnout Engelen · 6 weeks ago
  5. 8eae263 Publish Apache Karaf runtime 4.4.6 release by JB Onofré · 9 weeks ago

Apache Karaf Website

This project contains the Apache Karaf website.

Contribute

The concrete repository is on the svn but if you want to contribute, you have to clone the Github repository which is a mirror and provide a pull request with your changes. You can find more informations about how to contribute on the community page of the project (https://karaf.apache.org/community.html).

Clone:

git clone https://github.com/apache/karaf-site.git

Building

Karaf website uses jekyll to build (generate the HTML resources).

To install Jekyll, refer to https://jekyllrb.com/docs/

Once Jekyll is installed, you can build website using:

bundle exec jekyll serve

This command builds website and start the local Jekyll server on http://localhost:4000

NB: your local Jekyll installation might need additional modules required by Apache Karaf website. Just run bundle install to install these modules.

Deploy

Build the site for production:

JEKYLL_ENV=production bundle exec jekyll build

Package the war:

mvn clean install

You can test the war with Jetty embedded and visit http://localhost:8080/ :

mvn jetty:run

Deploy on scm

mvn install scm-publish:publish-scm