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  1. Forge: FUSE Forge
  2. FUSEFORGE-71

add a webgen feature so we can grab wiki pages from Apache confluence as nicely formatted HTML so we can include sections & entire pages within ascidoc user manuals

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    • Type: Enhancement
    • Status: Open
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Unresolved
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      Description

      it'd be good to grab regions of static HTML pages from the Apache projects to grab bits and bobs from the wiki; maybe using some nice XPath or something? - that we can then include in the docs.

      This could be a nice replacement for the confluence hackery (and confluence is kinda limiting in what sections you can grab from what pages etc). Then we could more easily mix and match custom new content with chunks of stuff from the wiki to make a much more readable user guide

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          jastrachan James Strachan added a comment -

          am thinking a little webgen tag could do this nicely.

          e.g. something like

          blah blah
          {import-fragment :: {uri: "http://foo.bar.com/foo.html", xpath: "//div[@id='abc']"}
          blah blah

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          jastrachan James Strachan added a comment - am thinking a little webgen tag could do this nicely. e.g. something like blah blah {import-fragment :: {uri: "http://foo.bar.com/foo.html", xpath: "//div[@id='abc']"} blah blah

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              jastrachan James Strachan
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