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  • Beandoc and multiple subdirectories

    hello,

    i'm trying to use beandoc with beans definition files organized like this :

    /properties
    /prop-app
    applicationContext.xml
    /prop-db
    applicationContext-db.xml

    the probleam is that beandoc is not generating correct links for images and maps in the prop-app and prop-db directories

    is it a bug?

    regards

  • #2
    Originally posted by ziller
    is it a bug?
    yes, but unfortunately it was in the only bit of the html generated by GraphViz. I've fixed it locally and I'll commit to CVS tonight after a little more testing. Please take a look whenever you can and let me know if it works for you?

    Thanks

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      • #4
        Hello,
        It seams that the latest beandoc (0.8.1) still does not handle correctly a multiple subdirectories structure. As ziller, I have a project organized like this :
        /context.xml
        /a/context-a.xml
        /b/context-b.xml

        When running beandoc the above directory structure is correctly mapped in the output directory but the html files generated have bloken links; for instance :
        output/a/context-a.xml.graph.html links to file:///output/a/a/context-a.xml.png (subdirectory is doubled)
        output/a/context-a.xml.html links to the bean_local.gif as if they were in the same subdirectory (they are located in the output root directory)
        links for bean references have also the subdirectory structure doubled.
        Thanks.

        BTW, nice job !

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