Maintaining the Yetus Website

We use Middleman to generate the website content from markdown and other
dynamic templates.If you're interested in digging into how our site makes use of Middleman, or if you run into a problem, you should start
by reading Middleman's excellent documentation.

NOTE: The Docker container launched by `./` should have everything you need to maintain the website.

NOTE: You MUST have run `mvn install` at least once prior to running `mvn site`.

The following steps assume you have a working ruby 2.7+ environment setup:

$ sudo gem install bundler
$ cd asf-site-src
$ bundle install

and a working Python 3.8 environment for releasedocmaker.

Make changes in asf-site-src/source

Make any changes in the source directory:

cd asf-site-src/source

Make changes to API Docs

Optionally, you can update the generated API docs from other parts of the project. If they have been updated then the middleman build will pick up the changes.

e.g. Precommit changes will be picked up by the Middleman build.

cd ../precommit/core.d

Generating the website

To generate the static website for Apache Yetus run the following command at the root directory:

mvn --batch-mode install
mvn --batch-mode site site:stage < /dev/null

Apache Yetus uses itself to build parts of its website. ('Flying our own airplanes') This command will first generate a full build of Apache Yetus and create a static website in the asf-site-src/target/site sub directory and a tarball of the site in yetus-dist/target/. You can load it in a web browser, e.g. assuming you are still in the asf-site-src directory on OS X:

open asf-site-src/target/site/index.html

Live Development

Live development of the site enables automatic reload when changes are saved.
To enable, run the following commands and then open a browser and navigate to

cd asf-site-src
bundle exec middleman

Publishing the Site

Commit the publish directory to the asf-site branch. Presuming we start in a directory that holds your normal Yetus check out:

$ git clone --single-branch --branch asf-site yetus-site
$ # Now build in the normal yetus check out
$ cd yetus
$ git fetch origin
$ git checkout main
$ git reset --hard origin/main
$ git clean -xdf
$ mvn --batch-mode install
$ mvn --batch-mode site site:stage
$ rsync --quiet --checksum --inplace --recursive yetus-dist/target/apache-yetus-${project.version}-SNAPSHOT-site/ ../../yetus-site/
$ cd ../../yetus-site
$ # check the set of differences
$ git add -p
$ # Verify any new files are also added
$ git status
$ # Try to reference the commit hash on main that this publication assures we include
$ git commit -m "git hash 6c6f6f6b696e6720746f6f20686172642c20796f"
$ # Finally publish
$ git push origin asf-site

Publishing the website should be possible from the HEAD of the main branch under most circumstances. (See the Guide for Release Managing for a notable time period where this won't be true.)
Documentation changes will be reviewed as they make their way into the main branch; updates to the asf-site branch are handled without further review.