First, child projects that have maven sites can now be included in this site "the maven way".
Secondly, SourceForge.net stopped the ability to access the SVN servers from the shell access computer that hosts the web sites, so we could no longer use the setup site script that was setup (I tried to modify it and tweak it only to find this out).
Check out the entire repository (as the site depends on other modules now):
svn co http://jsf-comp.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/jsf-comp/trunk/ jsf-comp
You need at least maven 2.0.1 installed on your computer. You can get it here
Set up your settings.xml file. In your local m2 directory (on *nix computers it is ~/.m2/settings.xml). Example file:
<settings> <servers> <server> <id>sf.net</id> <username>sourceforge-user-name</username> <privateKey>path_to_sourceforge_private_key</privateKey> <filePermissions>664</filePermissions> <directoryPermissions>2775</directoryPermissions> </server> </servers> </settings>
On Windows, you will need to setup putty or another ssh setup (like cygwin). For putty to work with maven, see one of:
You need SSH private-key acecss to sourceforge. Follow the sourceforge instructions to learn how to get this going.
First, test the site locally (see the next secion for more information) and make sure everything is working.
Once you have everything installed, you can now deploy. Please make sure your working copy is up to date. *Nix example:
cd jsf-comp svn update cd site/jsf-comp mvn clean site-deploy
cd jsf-comp svn update cd site\jsf-comp mvn clean site-deploy
If you get a failure on the command "chmod -Rf g+w /home/groups/j/js/jsf-comp/htdocs/", don't worry, this is the very last step and even though it failed, the site will still be updated correctly as all the directories in the htdocs directory will get sticky group permissions.
Please test site changes locally before running the site build on the source forge shell. This will make sure it works and looks good first. You can do this by executing the following mvn command from inside the "site/jsf-comp" directory
mvn clean site:stage -DstagingDirectory=local_directory_here
In order to have maven include the documentation for your maven project, you must reference it from the pom.xml in the site directory. This page will give you step-by-step instructions on how to set this up.
If you haven't already, check out the trunk via SVN (see above).
In the site's pom.xml, find the section "modules" and add a path to your project using a relative path taking into account the SVN folder structure (see the facelets annotation-deployment module in the file as an example). Notice the relative path in the pom.xml
Alter the "site/jsf-comp/src/site/site.xml" file so you can put a link to your project in there (look under the components section). Remember this path as you will use it shortly.
Edit your project's pom.xml file and setup where to publish to. Example:
<distributionManagement> <site> <id>sf.net</id> <name>SourceForge web site</name> <url> scpexe://shell.sf.net/home/groups/j/js/jsf-comp/htdocs/testsite/components/your-folder-here </url> </site> </distributionManagement>
Remember to change the "your-folder-here" in the example above to match the href that you used in the site.xml file from above.
Use maven to create your site folder under src (please google this
for instructions). Once you have a site folder, edit the site.xml
so you can include references to the parent project. For an example,
feel free to look at the facelets deployment site.xml:
In this file you will see a links section and a parent project menu so that users can navigate back to the jsf-comp main web site.
When you deploy the site (above), it will automatically build and deploy your project as well due to the <module> tag that you put in the pom.xml file.