|author||Brian Demers <email@example.com>||Sat Aug 22 12:24:30 2020 -0400|
|committer||Brian Demers <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Sat Aug 22 12:24:30 2020 -0400|
ignore new .asf.yaml when building the site
The Apache Shiro website is a static content website accessible at http://shiro.apache.org
Site content is authored as Markdown and HTML files. These files are scanned by a tool that applies a page template to each file's contents as necessary, and the rendered static .html files are output to a
Publishing site changes is as simple as committing any changes in the
publish directory to version control. ASF infrastructure will see the commit and automatically push the changes to the ASF's production webservers.
The tool used to generate the static content is SCMS. Once scms is installed and in your
$PATH, generating and publishing the site on the command line is easy.
The following example assumes you have SVN commit permissions to the
publish directory, typically because your are an Apache Shiro project committer:
cd site # This next command will take a few seconds, be patient :) scms trunk publish # Open up the local publish/index.html file in your web browser. Ensure the changes reflect what you want. # # This next commands will publish changes to live ASF web servers. Be confident the changes are what you want: svn add . svn commit -m "my change description"