1/ concerning the "Getting Started", you can find a QUICKSTART file in
the standard distribution. However, this file can surely be improved and
any help is welcome
2/ Yes, Chello works with many web container, including Tomcat 4,
Weblogic and many. For the moment, our "reference" container is Tomcat
3, but I think we should move to Tomcat 4 as it seems to be fairly
3/ Concerning ANT, you're right. Our goal is to have a stand-alone
environment except for Tomcat and the JDK. This is why Chello includes
Ant. If we continue to do so, I agree Chello should not use ANT_HOME.
Henrik J=F8rgensen wrote:
> First of all - I think you are doing a nice job here! We need some
> structure on the development process =85..
> I=92ve installed chello for the first time yesterday. I managed to buil=
> and access http://localhost/chello (fairly easy :-)) but I have some
> Write something that says =93unzip the xxx.zip into a directory of your
> choice=94 =96 for the newcomer this would be a great help. Maybe this
> could be covert by a =93Getting started=94 guide but then again time,
> time timeJ and you already have a lot of the information on your site.
> Install/Tomcat section:
> =93requires Tomcat 3.0=94, correct this to =93Tomcat 3.0+=94 . I had no
> problems with Tomcat 4.0 and if chello is build on the Cocoon 2
> framework it should be valid to say.
> An entry is missing for win32 in the clean section like
> [unix] ./build.sh clean
> [win32] build clean
> [Error] The build.bat command for win32 is not working properly if you
> already have Ant installed and declared ANT_HOME =96 the classpath
> points to some jar files only present in the ant directory of your
> I know my comments aren=92t critical for the project but I hope you can
> use it.
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