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The website is made up of two different types of content; static= content and pages generated from Confluence. The static content must be up= loaded using either webdav or rsync. Unity is the front-end renderer= for Confluence that processes page content from Confluence to build "= attractive" user facing sites projects.
The static site must be uploaded via webdav (webdavs://dav.codeh= aus.org/rvm/) or via rsync. The system req= uires that you have a xircles account and that are registered as = a developer for the rvm project.
At the time of writing the rsync setup is restricted so that you can onl=
y update from the base of the site and only using ssh which you must setup =
keys for in xircles. So if you wanted to upload a directory
docs/api to the website one possible command for doing this is
To update the content generated from Confluence it is simply a matter of=
updating Confluence. Unity caches genera=
ted content to improve performance but you can force Unity to regenerate a =
page by adding the suffix
?nc. The template used to format the=
generated content can also be edited. The templates are stored in Mercuria=
l at docs/unity directory =
and can be uploaded to the website using the following command;