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1.1--- a/sites/werc.cat-v.org/development/todo.md Mon Aug 10 12:34:19 2009 +0200
1.2+++ b/sites/werc.cat-v.org/development/todo.md Sun Aug 16 03:26:57 2009 +0200
1.3@@ -5,7 +5,7 @@
1.4 * Canonize and redirect all requests, we already do this for things like missing or trailing /, should do the same for /. and /./, etc. Deleting trailing . and , should make pasted urls in emails work as links (**Mostly done in RC1**)
1.5 * Blog:
1.6 * Comment threading.
1.7- * Some form of pagination (taking advantage of history browsing.)
1.8+ * Some form of pagination (taking advantage of history browsing.) (**Partially done**)
1.9 * Sitemaps:
1.10 * Index pages should be used for description of directories.
1.11 * Cache web sitemap generation. (**Done in RC0**)
2.1--- a/sites/werc.cat-v.org/docs/web_server_setup/plan_9_httpd.md Mon Aug 10 12:34:19 2009 +0200
2.2+++ b/sites/werc.cat-v.org/docs/web_server_setup/plan_9_httpd.md Sun Aug 16 03:26:57 2009 +0200
2.3@@ -40,6 +40,13 @@
2.4 found for this, you will have to keep your site in a sub-directory of the web
2.5 server root.
2.7+In your /lib/namespace.httpd you probably will want to add something along the
2.8+following lines to bind the werc directory into the httpd's namespace:
2.10+ bind -b /usr/glenda/src/werc/ /usr/web/
2.11+ bind /usr/glenda/src/werc/bin/ /usr/web/magic/
2.14 **Notes**: This is experimental and work in progress, there are a couple of issues
2.15 with the werc code itself that might need fixing, in particular you will need
2.16 to replace the '%($"extraHeaders%)' in lib/headers.tpl with '% echo
3.1--- a/sites/werc.cat-v.org/index.md Mon Aug 10 12:34:19 2009 +0200
3.2+++ b/sites/werc.cat-v.org/index.md Sun Aug 16 03:26:57 2009 +0200
3.3@@ -1,14 +1,16 @@
3.4-werc - A sane web framework
3.6+werc - A sane web anti-framework
3.9-Werc is a minimalist web framework built on the Unix and Plan 9 *tool philosophy* of software design.
3.10+Werc is a minimalist web anti-framework built following the Unix and Plan 9
3.11+*tool philosophy* of software design.
3.13-Werc avoids the pain of managing collections of websites and developing web applications.
3.14+Werc avoids the pain of managing collections of websites and developing web
3.17 * Database free, uses files and directories instead.
3.18-* Written using the rc shell, leveraging the standard Unix/Plan 9 command toolkit.
3.19+* Written using [the rc shell](http://rc.cat-v.org), leveraging the standard Unix/Plan 9 command toolkit.
3.20 * Minimize tedious work: eg., no need to ever write HTML, use markdown (or any other format) instead.
3.21-* Very minimalist yet extensible codebase: highly functional core is 150 lines, with extra functionality in modular apps.
3.22+* Very minimalist yet extensible codebase: highly functional core is 150 lines, with extra functionality in modular [apps](/apps/).
3.26@@ -16,9 +18,9 @@
3.28 Here are some of the features provided by werc:
3.30-* Good integration with pre-existing content, you can add HTML or plain text files and they will be seamlessly integrated with the site.
3.31-* You can use your favorite tools (text editor, file manager, etc) to edit and manage data stored in werc.
3.32-* Designed to manage any number of 'virtual' domains that share a common style, layout, etc from a single werc installation.
3.33+* Good integration with pre-existing content, you can add HTML or plain text files and they will be seamlessly integrated with the rest of the site.
3.34+* You can use your favorite tools (text editor, shell, file manager, etc) to edit, manipulate and manage data stored in werc.
3.35+* Designed to manage any number of 'virtual' domains that share a common style and layout from a single werc installation.
3.36 * Configuration and customization can be at at any level: global, per-domain-group, domain-wide, directory sub-tree, and single file.
3.37 * Can trivially run multiple (customized) versions of werc side by side.
3.38 * Very simple and flexible user management and permissions system.
3.39@@ -38,24 +40,28 @@
3.40 Werc can use any HTTP server that can handle CGI, and has been tested with at
3.41 least Apache, Lighttpd, Cherokee, nhttpd, Hiawatha, and others.
3.43-Werc uses markdown by default (and the standard Perl markdown is included with the distribution), to format documents, but any other formatting
3.44-system can be used.
3.45+Werc uses markdown by default (and the standard Perl markdown is included with
3.46+the distribution), to format documents, but any other formatting system can be
3.55-To get a copy of the latest development code using mercurial, do:
3.56+To get a copy of the latest stable code using mercurial, do:
3.58 hg clone http://gsoc.cat-v.org/hg/werc/
3.60 You can also [browse the online repository](http://gsoc.cat-v.org/hg/werc/).
3.62+The latest development branch is located at http://gsoc.cat-v.org/hg/werc-dev/
3.68-For questions, suggestions, bugrepports and contributing patches you can join the [werc9 mailinglist](http://groups.google.com/group/werc9).
3.69+For questions, suggestions, bugrepports and contributing patches you can join
3.70+the [werc9 mailinglist](http://groups.google.com/group/werc9).
3.72 On irc, join [#werc](irc://irc.freenode.org/werc) on irc.freenode.org
3.74@@ -69,7 +75,10 @@
3.78-Public domain (by default includes markdown.pl which has a different license, but this can be replaced).
3.79+Public domain, [because so called 'intellectual property' is an oxymoron](http://harmful.cat-v.org/economics/intellectual_property/).
3.81+(By default includes markdown.pl which has a different license, but this can be