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Docutils Infrastructure

Docutils Infrastructure

Author: Lea Wiemann
Contact: grubert@users.sourceforge.net
Revision: 7577
Date: 2012-12-18
Copyright: This document has been placed in the public domain.

The infrastructure sandbox directory stores any scripts that are needed for the development of the Docutils project.

docutils-update.local:
 

The script to update the web site from a developer machine or on shell.sourceforge.

If a file ON_SOURCEFORGE exists in current dorectory, the script assumes being executed on shell.sourceforge.

release.sh:

The script to make releases_ of Docutils. For usage details see release.txt

TODO : test.

Allow release without testing, because tests must be done on more than one os.

release-test.sh:

The script to run tests at release time, extracted from release.sh.

Everything below this line needs rework

Overview:

uploaddocutils.sh:Upload files to http://docutils.sf.net/tmp/ using scp, inserting the current date in the file name.
update-htmlfiles:Used to initialise a docutils-update upload directory. Generating html-files from txt-files first time.
htmlfiles.lst:The list of files for update-htmlfiles.

and are these used by anyone.

dbackport.sh:Back-port changes from the trunk to the maintenance branch.
fsfsbackup.sh:Backup (mirror) an FSFS Subversion repository via SSH. Used to backup the Docutils Subversion repository.

System Message: WARNING/2 (../sandbox/infrastructure/README.txt, line 58); backlink

Duplicate explicit target name: "release.txt".

Docutils System Messages

System Message: ERROR/3 (../sandbox/infrastructure/README.txt, line 21); backlink

Unknown target name: "releases".