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From: Sylvain Le Gall <sylvain@l...>
Subject: Re: ANN: Batteries Included Release 0
Hello,

On 01-09-2008, blue storm <bluestorm.dylc@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Sep 1, 2008 at 8:02 PM, Matt Gushee <matt@gushee.net> wrote:
>> I see that the headings and function signatures are not formatted as one
>> would expect, but that is apparently because the doc is being accessed by
>> FTP (why?), so the CSS stylesheet is not included. Is that what you mean, or
>> is it something else?
>
> I have to apologize : i'm responsible for the problem here. I
> originally uploaded the documentation on my website, wich is fine,
> then preferred a "forge" location.
> Seems ftp was not a choice that clever after all. I just modified the
> link to put the external http link back.
>
> (It is actually the plain ocamldoc-generated documentation, that you
> can generate from the project sources using 'make doc')
>
> Sorry for the disturbance.
>

The problem comes from the forge. I finish the configuration for the
homepage of projects. Now each projects has its own DNS name and
homepage.

Take a look at http://pa-do.forge.ocamlcore.org

You can do the same for batteries
http;//batteries.forge.ocamlcore.org 

You just have to upload the documentation file into 

/home/groups/batteries/htdocs/

and fix the homepage redirection (ask a batteries project
administrator). 

You should use "scp" to upload file into /home/groups/batteries/htdocs.
You could also build a whole website ;-)

This way you will have a real website (no more ftp around).

Regards,
Sylvain Le Gall