Forge: FUSE Forge
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  2. FUSEFORGE-109

for FuseForge project sites created using Webby we need a way to auto-rebuild the static html whenever there is a change to svn

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      Description

      Here is Webby. Its basically Rails for static web sites
      http://webby.rubyforge.org/

      for example here's a sample site for an experimental project...

      http://forge.fusesource.org/beanrules/

      which is stored in svn...
      http://forge.fusesource.org/beanrules/site.html

      am thinking this is a simpler way of making the FuseForge project sites than Confluence!

      The only missing thing is for a project who's site is generated from webby we'd need to watch the website directory...
      https://projects.fusesource.com/projects/svn/fusesource/fuseforge/beanrules/trunk/webby/

      and if there is a change in any of the files in that directory, from a local checkout of this directory run the following

      cd webby
      svn up
      webby deploy

      Hopefully we can run this script on the svn box so its quick and fast etc. The deploy could use rsync etc

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              James Strachan
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