SF Project Link
How to use TagnetoHere
resources to help you learn how to use the View Assembly Tool and the
for the View Assembly Tool:
are in the source tree at the moment. There are hyperlinks below to copies of these examples, for ease of reference.
used to generate documentation on the built-in tags supported by
Tagneto. Uses custom tags that use the
org.tagnetic.core.tags.define.DefineInclude tag handler to transform
the XML into HTML. For the codemarkup tag, multiple tag handlers are
defined to chain together functionality.
Source location: tagneto/src/config/tagdoc/TagDocConfig.xml
used to generate documentation of the XSD file. Loads the XSD as an XML
datasource and uses Tagneto tags to generate HTML output.
- Unit tests: There
are a few tagneticconfig XML files that test the View Assembly Tool.
- Tagneto Ant task:
examples of the Tagneto Ant task can be found in the Ant build file for
Source location: tagneto/build.xml
There is a tagneticconfig file that can be used to optimize the
comments/whitespace, concatenate all libraries into one file,
selectively remove parts of the libraries).
- Website: The View
Assembly Tool is used to generate the tagneto.org website. Uses
Source location: website/WebsiteConfig.xml
- Recent Blog Entries: SDom.js and Dsr.js are used to make a Dynamic Script Request
You can copy the following files to use in your web page to fetch the
the built-in tags that come with Tagneto.
- view: Tags
that help construct the View.
- html: Tags
that help manage some HTML tags.
- ctrl: Tags
that help build the Controller.
documents all of the allowed elements in a tagneticconfig file.
Tagneticconfig files are the basic configuration files for Tagneto.
to make pretty HTML documentation, but only did a quick try and it did
not work. Probably need to tweak settings since the format of the
libraries might not be considered standard.
for the Java classes that make up the View Assembly Tool.
Unfortunately, it might not be too useful since there are no Javadoc
comments in the code yet.