[interchange-docs] http://www.icdevgroup.org/xmldocs/iccattut/MinimalCatalog.html

Kevin Walsh kevin at cursor.biz
Fri Mar 31 17:50:19 EST 2006

Davor Ocelic <docelic at mail.inet.hr> wrote:
> On Thu, 30 Mar 2006 15:17:05 -0800 (PST) "William O. Yates" <hackware at tru2life.net> wrote:
> > http://www.icdevgroup.org/xmldocs/iccattut/MinimalCatalog.html
> > 
> > nterchange configuration is controlled by a number of directives, which are specified in two main files. Global configuration directives go to the interchange.cfg file which is common for all catalogs running on servers started from the same Interchange installation directory (ICROOT). Catalog-specific configuration directives go to catalog.cfg in the catalog directory (CATROOT).
> > 
> > The first directive we need to add is the global Catalog directive, telling Interchange the details of the new catalog. Open the /etc/interchange/catalogs.cfg file and add the following:
> > ------------------------------------------------------^^^^^^^^^^^^
> > 
> > Catalog  tutorial  /var/lib/interchange/catalogs/tutorial  /cgi-bin/ic/tutorial
> > 
> > i believe that should read "interchange.cfg"...
> >
> Yes and no. In the introduction, it says we will use debian file paths, and this
> path is valid on debian.
> Anyway, this was just ignorance on my part, so I actaully could provide conditional
> phrases based on profile selected for the build.
I think he means that the above should read "interchange.cfg" instead
of "catalogs.cfg", which is mis-spelled anyway.

William:  Restricting the width of your lines to 75 characters or less
would help your ----^^^^ point where you probably intended.  All docs
contributions are welcome anyway.  We'll take whatever we can get. :-)

Davor:  You mentioned paths.  In the referred-to section (and also in
the introduction), the text explains about the "(ICROOT)" and "(CATROOT)"
tokens.  Perhaps it would be a good idea to extend that to the rest of
the text and refer to the files as "(ICROOT)/interchange.cfg" or
"interchange.cfg (in the CATROOT directory)", instead of the
implementation-specific "/etc/interchange/interchange.cfg".

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