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Re: [scalatest-users] how to find the user guide from http://www.scalatest.org ?
Thu, 2011-10-06, 03:18
I finished the site update that includes a revamped user guide Monday,
but have been unable to deploy it yet. It is my first attempt to use
Play /Scala, which was a great experience until I tried to deploy. I
do have a version of it up that you can look through:
The entire user guide works. The part that isn't working is the links
to the Scaladoc. These work fine on my Mac but don't work in
deployment. I put this up at the debugging subdomain so I can ask on
the play mailing list. This kind of URL works:
But this kind does not:
The non-working kind is the kind of URL in my links, and I'd like to
keep it that way. I tried uploading the app to heroku, which I learned
about yesterday at JavaOne, and that didn't work because
playframework.org crashed today and has been down all day. I'm about
to ask on the play-framework mailing list, but if anyone has seen this
problem before in Play/Scala and solved it please let me know how.
On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 11:17 AM, Bill Venners wrote:
> Hi Damian,
> On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 9:29 AM, Damian H wrote:
>> I found the page http://www.scalatest.org/user_guide from a google search,
>> but couldn't find a link to that page from the scalatest.org site.
>> I was wondering if the user_guide is deprecated - and that's why there's no
>> link to it? Or have I missed the link from the site?
> You guessed right. I took the links to the old user guide down because
> it was rather lame. I have written 90% of a much better one, but
> haven't deployed it yet because of that missing 10%. I'll devote some
> time Monday and finish enough of that 10% such that it is deployable,
> and get it out the door.
> In the meantime, the Scaladoc is very user-guide-ish. It has pretty
> good tutorials for each class and trait in the Scaladoc comments,
> complete with syntax highlighting in the 1.6.1 docs:
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> Bill Venners
> Artima, Inc.