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[DotGNU]pnetlib-status & automatic updation ?

From: Gopal V
Subject: [DotGNU]pnetlib-status & automatic updation ?
Date: Tue, 18 Feb 2003 01:54:52 +0530
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Feb 15 16:02:05 <minddog>       rhysw was saying pnetlib-status reports every 
Feb 15 16:02:16 <minddog>       i think thats fine idea
Feb 15 16:02:29 <minddog>       but we need something a little more public, 
maybe on the website
Feb 15 16:02:34 <t3rmin4t0r>    I'm the guy supposed to update pnetlib-status
Feb 15 16:02:38 <minddog>       a simple RSS feed?
Feb 15 16:02:50 <t3rmin4t0r>    but what do I do when I have exams or other 
*real* work ?
Feb 15 16:02:53 <rhysw> t3rmin4t0r: is there any way to automate the updates?
Feb 15 16:03:08 <minddog>       t3rmin4t0r: i'll do it if needed be
Feb 15 16:03:18 <t3rmin4t0r>    rhysw: not really ... without me removing a lot 
of warnings csdocvalil generates
Feb 15 16:03:38 <rhysw> i.e. a cron job that runs once a day/week
Feb 15 16:03:43 <t3rmin4t0r>    possible
Feb 15 16:03:59 <t3rmin4t0r>    after all -- the steps are built into scripts 
and stuff

So here's the script to do just that ... generate pnetlib-status webpages
from the plain old .dlls in your box and a friendly ECMA 334 All.xml ...

As part of the "Documenting what I do in DotGNU" effort :-)

running this script in pnet/csdoc/ will do it all ...

The difference between insanity and genius is measured by success

Description: Bourne shell script

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