From: Bill Bumgarner <bbum@co...> - 2002-11-12 07:54:02
Instead of sleeping, I combined everything that Jim Tittsler did with
the Fink style of web site to create a 'real' (not all the content is
complete) web site for PyObjC.
Have to give some thought as to how to integrate news, changes,
examples, etc... from the source tree into the web site in a more
Everything is checked into the pyobjc-web directory in the pyobjc
repository. I didn't want to shove it into the source tree as it is
already bloated enough (and this stuff isn't really appropriate within
If you want to play with this on your OS X box, you'll need to enable
PHP. See my 'blog post today [yesterday]...
... for a recipe on doing so. Once php is enabled, simply create a
symlink from /Library/WebServer/Documents/pyobjc to the docroot
directory within pyobjc-web. Everything is designed to be deployed
with relative URLs, etc-- it should be fairly easy to port, move or
Now, I'm going to sleep.