9 Replies Latest reply on Feb 5, 2014 2:47 PM by Lincoln Baxter III

    [forge-dev] Asciidoctor, Hyla and Forge

    Alex Soto Newbie

      Hello Forge folks,

       

      this is Alex, I am the developer of AsciidoctorJ, the interface between

      Ruby part of Asciidoctor and Java. There is one project called Hyla

      https://github.com/cmoulliard/hyla (written in Ruby) which is something

      like a console for working with Asciidoctor. Basically what I am going to

      do is something similar but for Java.

       

      What I want is create some commands which allows you to create an

      Asciidoctor project for example with DZSlides structure, so for example

      user can do:

       

      $>asciidoctor install template dzslides http://......... #this command

      download a template from internet and install it inside forge directory.

       

      $>asciidoctor create dzslides /home/alex/mypresentation #this command

      basically uncompress the downloaded file inside the destination directory

       

      $>asciidoctor render #this command renders the project.

       

      Then as you can see it is a very lightweight operations, basically download

      something from internet, uncompress it, and run a compilation command. Of

      course maybe in future I can add something like push to github-pages, ....

       

      But my original idea was to usig Crest (project from Tomitribe) because I

      don't need many things provided by (Forge 1), but after Forge 2 is released

      (which means user can install the required addons instead of having some

      predefined addons),

       

      I send this email because Lincoln asked it in Twitter, so I don't know what

      are your thoughts about this.

       

      BTW one thing that worries me a lot is about using JBoss Modules because

      historically has complicated a bit our life with classloader issues and

      JRuby, but of course may be it is time to give a try with Forge.

       

      Thank you so much,

      Alex.

      --

      ----


        Alex Soto Bueno

        www.lordofthejars.com

      ----


       

        • 1. Re: [forge-dev] Asciidoctor, Hyla and Forge
          George Gastaldi Master

          Looks like it's doable with Forge 2. I'd love to know which issue you had with JBM in your past experience.

           

          Join us in the IRC (#forge in irc.freenode.net) and we'll help you out on setting up a new addon to do that.

           

          Em 04/02/2014, às 11:35, Alex Soto <asotobu@gmail.com> escreveu:

           

          Hello Forge folks,

           

          this is Alex, I am the developer of AsciidoctorJ, the interface between Ruby part of Asciidoctor and Java. There is one project called Hyla https://github.com/cmoulliard/hyla (written in Ruby) which is something like a console for working with Asciidoctor. Basically what I am going to do is something similar but for Java.

           

          What I want is create some commands which allows you to create an Asciidoctor project for example with DZSlides structure, so for example user can do:

           

          $>asciidoctor install template dzslides http://......... #this command download a template from internet and install it inside forge directory.

           

          $>asciidoctor create dzslides /home/alex/mypresentation #this command basically uncompress the downloaded file inside the destination directory

           

          $>asciidoctor render #this command renders the project.

           

          Then as you can see it is a very lightweight operations, basically download something from internet, uncompress it, and run a compilation command. Of course maybe in future I can add something like push to github-pages, ....

           

          But my original idea was to usig Crest (project from Tomitribe) because I don't need many things provided by (Forge 1), but after Forge 2 is released (which means user can install the required addons instead of having some predefined addons),

           

          I send this email because Lincoln asked it in Twitter, so I don't know what are your thoughts about this.

           

          BTW one thing that worries me a lot is about using JBoss Modules because historically has complicated a bit our life with classloader issues and JRuby, but of course may be it is time to give a try with Forge.

           

          Thank you so much,

          Alex.

          --

          ----------------------------------------------------------

            Alex Soto Bueno

            www.lordofthejars.com

          ----------------------------------------------------------

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          • 2. Re: [forge-dev] Asciidoctor, Hyla and Forge
            Lincoln Baxter III Master

            Hey Alex!

             

            Good to hear from you Regarding JBoss Modules, I don't think there will

            be a problem there, because I have AsciidoctorJ running fine on JBoss AS 7,

            and that also uses JBM. If there is an issue, which would surprise me, we

            can fix it

             

            Let's see how it goes!

             

            This sounds like a perfect fit for Forge. How can we help you get started?

             

            ~Lincoln

             

             

            On Tue, Feb 4, 2014 at 8:40 AM, George Gastaldi <ggastald@redhat.com> wrote:

             

            Looks like it's doable with Forge 2. I'd love to know which issue you had

            with JBM in your past experience.

             

            Join us in the IRC (#forge in irc.freenode.net) and we'll help you out on

            setting up a new addon to do that.

             

            Em 04/02/2014, às 11:35, Alex Soto <asotobu@gmail.com> escreveu:

             

            Hello Forge folks,

             

            this is Alex, I am the developer of AsciidoctorJ, the interface between

            Ruby part of Asciidoctor and Java. There is one project called Hyla

            https://github.com/cmoulliard/hyla (written in Ruby) which is something

            like a console for working with Asciidoctor. Basically what I am going to

            do is something similar but for Java.

             

            What I want is create some commands which allows you to create an

            Asciidoctor project for example with DZSlides structure, so for example

            user can do:

             

            $>asciidoctor install template dzslides http://......... #this command

            download a template from internet and install it inside forge directory.

             

            $>asciidoctor create dzslides /home/alex/mypresentation #this command

            basically uncompress the downloaded file inside the destination directory

             

            $>asciidoctor render #this command renders the project.

             

            Then as you can see it is a very lightweight operations, basically

            download something from internet, uncompress it, and run a compilation

            command. Of course maybe in future I can add something like push to

            github-pages, ....

             

            But my original idea was to usig Crest (project from Tomitribe) because I

            don't need many things provided by (Forge 1), but after Forge 2 is released

            (which means user can install the required addons instead of having some

            predefined addons),

             

            I send this email because Lincoln asked it in Twitter, so I don't know

            what are your thoughts about this.

             

            BTW one thing that worries me a lot is about using JBoss Modules because

            historically has complicated a bit our life with classloader issues and

            JRuby, but of course may be it is time to give a try with Forge.

             

            Thank you so much,

            Alex.

            --

            ----------------------------------------------------------

              Alex Soto Bueno

              www.lordofthejars.com

            ----------------------------------------------------------

             

            _______________________________________________

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            >

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            Lincoln Baxter, III

            http://ocpsoft.org

            "Simpler is better."

             

            • 3. Re: [forge-dev] Asciidoctor, Hyla and Forge
              Lincoln Baxter III Master

              By the way. I think that what you'd want to do is create a distribution

              like we have done, then create a single Addon that you'd have pre-installed

              (with the shell) in a pre-configured Addon repository. We can explain how

              to do this. When the user starts up Forge (You can even re-brand it to your

              own AsciidoctorTerm if you like, the Forge logo message is an extension

              point,) your addon and the shell addon will be loaded.

               

               

              On Tue, Feb 4, 2014 at 9:47 AM, Lincoln Baxter, III <lincolnbaxter@gmail.com

              wrote:

               

              Hey Alex!

               

              Good to hear from you Regarding JBoss Modules, I don't think there will

              be a problem there, because I have AsciidoctorJ running fine on JBoss AS 7,

              and that also uses JBM. If there is an issue, which would surprise me, we

              can fix it

               

              Let's see how it goes!

               

              This sounds like a perfect fit for Forge. How can we help you get started?

               

              ~Lincoln

               

              >

              On Tue, Feb 4, 2014 at 8:40 AM, George Gastaldi <ggastald@redhat.com>wrote:

               

              >> Looks like it's doable with Forge 2. I'd love to know which issue you had

              >> with JBM in your past experience.

              >>

              >> Join us in the IRC (#forge in irc.freenode.net) and we'll help you out

              >> on setting up a new addon to do that.

              >>

              >> Em 04/02/2014, às 11:35, Alex Soto <asotobu@gmail.com> escreveu:

              >>

              >> Hello Forge folks,

              >>

              >> this is Alex, I am the developer of AsciidoctorJ, the interface between

              >> Ruby part of Asciidoctor and Java. There is one project called Hyla

              >> https://github.com/cmoulliard/hyla (written in Ruby) which is something

              >> like a console for working with Asciidoctor. Basically what I am going to

              >> do is something similar but for Java.

              >>

              >> What I want is create some commands which allows you to create an

              >> Asciidoctor project for example with DZSlides structure, so for example

              >> user can do:

              >>

              >> $>asciidoctor install template dzslides http://......... #this command

              >> download a template from internet and install it inside forge directory.

              >>

              >> $>asciidoctor create dzslides /home/alex/mypresentation #this command

              >> basically uncompress the downloaded file inside the destination directory

              >>

              >> $>asciidoctor render #this command renders the project.

              >>

              >> Then as you can see it is a very lightweight operations, basically

              >> download something from internet, uncompress it, and run a compilation

              >> command. Of course maybe in future I can add something like push to

              >> github-pages, ....

              >>

              >> But my original idea was to usig Crest (project from Tomitribe) because I

              >> don't need many things provided by (Forge 1), but after Forge 2 is released

              >> (which means user can install the required addons instead of having some

              >> predefined addons),

              >>

              >> I send this email because Lincoln asked it in Twitter, so I don't know

              >> what are your thoughts about this.

              >>

              >> BTW one thing that worries me a lot is about using JBoss Modules because

              >> historically has complicated a bit our life with classloader issues and

              >> JRuby, but of course may be it is time to give a try with Forge.

              >>

              >> Thank you so much,

              >> Alex.

              >> --

              >> ----


              >>   Alex Soto Bueno

              >>   www.lordofthejars.com

              >> ----


              >>

              >> _______________________________________________

              >> forge-dev mailing list

              >> forge-dev@lists.jboss.org

              >> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-dev

              >>

              >>

              >> _______________________________________________

              >> forge-dev mailing list

              >> forge-dev@lists.jboss.org

              >> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-dev

              >>

              >

              >

              --

              Lincoln Baxter, III

              http://ocpsoft.org

              "Simpler is better."

               

               

               

               

              --

              Lincoln Baxter, III

              http://ocpsoft.org

              "Simpler is better."

               

              • 4. Re: [forge-dev] Asciidoctor, Hyla and Forge
                Alex Soto Newbie

                Yes this is exactly what I would like to do, it would be awesome, having a

                minimal Forge instance with AsciidoctorJ Addon. So users can download a

                zip, unzipped wherever they want and they can start creating and rendering

                Asciidoctor projects. In fact the addon only need to access to Filesystem

                to copy or remove content but nothing more. The edit of the files would be

                done with external editor, I would like to use Forge as a DRY pattern for

                Asciidoctor documents (mostly for slides but also for Maven or Gradle

                integration).

                 

                BTW I don't know why if I access to forum with my login and password I

                cannot post messages to this topic, but well no problem to do it by email

                :).

                 

                Thank you so much for your support and patience.

                 

                Alex.

                 

                 

                2014-02-04 Guest <do-not-reply@jboss.com>:

                 

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                • 5. Re: [forge-dev] Asciidoctor, Hyla and Forge
                  Dan Allen Master

                  Indeed, as Lincoln mentioned, AsciidoctorJ and JRuby work just fine now on

                  Jboss Modules / Wildly. You do need to deploy it as a JBoss Module. You can

                  see an example of how to configure it in the AsciiDoc WebSocket editor by

                  @mgreau.

                   

                  https://github.com/mgreau/when-websocket-met-asciidoctor/blob/master/module/README.adoc

                   

                  I can confirm it works as do the excellent Arquillian tests he wrote, so

                  good news!

                   

                  -Dan

                  On Feb 4, 2014 7:47 AM, "Lincoln Baxter, III" <lincolnbaxter@gmail.com>

                  wrote:

                   

                  Hey Alex!

                   

                  Good to hear from you Regarding JBoss Modules, I don't think there will

                  be a problem there, because I have AsciidoctorJ running fine on JBoss AS 7,

                  and that also uses JBM. If there is an issue, which would surprise me, we

                  can fix it

                   

                  Let's see how it goes!

                   

                  This sounds like a perfect fit for Forge. How can we help you get started?

                   

                  ~Lincoln

                   

                  >

                  On Tue, Feb 4, 2014 at 8:40 AM, George Gastaldi <ggastald@redhat.com>wrote:

                   

                  >> Looks like it's doable with Forge 2. I'd love to know which issue you had

                  >> with JBM in your past experience.

                  >>

                  >> Join us in the IRC (#forge in irc.freenode.net) and we'll help you out

                  >> on setting up a new addon to do that.

                  >>

                  >> Em 04/02/2014, às 11:35, Alex Soto <asotobu@gmail.com> escreveu:

                  >>

                  >> Hello Forge folks,

                  >>

                  >> this is Alex, I am the developer of AsciidoctorJ, the interface between

                  >> Ruby part of Asciidoctor and Java. There is one project called Hyla

                  >> https://github.com/cmoulliard/hyla (written in Ruby) which is something

                  >> like a console for working with Asciidoctor. Basically what I am going to

                  >> do is something similar but for Java.

                  >>

                  >> What I want is create some commands which allows you to create an

                  >> Asciidoctor project for example with DZSlides structure, so for example

                  >> user can do:

                  >>

                  >> $>asciidoctor install template dzslides http://......... #this command

                  >> download a template from internet and install it inside forge directory.

                  >>

                  >> $>asciidoctor create dzslides /home/alex/mypresentation #this command

                  >> basically uncompress the downloaded file inside the destination directory

                  >>

                  >> $>asciidoctor render #this command renders the project.

                  >>

                  >> Then as you can see it is a very lightweight operations, basically

                  >> download something from internet, uncompress it, and run a compilation

                  >> command. Of course maybe in future I can add something like push to

                  >> github-pages, ....

                  >>

                  >> But my original idea was to usig Crest (project from Tomitribe) because I

                  >> don't need many things provided by (Forge 1), but after Forge 2 is released

                  >> (which means user can install the required addons instead of having some

                  >> predefined addons),

                  >>

                  >> I send this email because Lincoln asked it in Twitter, so I don't know

                  >> what are your thoughts about this.

                  >>

                  >> BTW one thing that worries me a lot is about using JBoss Modules because

                  >> historically has complicated a bit our life with classloader issues and

                  >> JRuby, but of course may be it is time to give a try with Forge.

                  >>

                  >> Thank you so much,

                  >> Alex.

                  >> --

                  >> ----


                  >>   Alex Soto Bueno

                  >>   www.lordofthejars.com

                  >> ----


                  >>

                  >> _______________________________________________

                  >> forge-dev mailing list

                  >> forge-dev@lists.jboss.org

                  >> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-dev

                  >>

                  >>

                  >> _______________________________________________

                  >> forge-dev mailing list

                  >> forge-dev@lists.jboss.org

                  >> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-dev

                  >>

                  >

                  >

                  --

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                  http://ocpsoft.org

                  "Simpler is better."

                   

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                  • 6. Re: [forge-dev] Asciidoctor, Hyla and Forge
                    Lincoln Baxter III Master

                    The even better news is that Forge (or in this case, Furnace) will do the

                    module packaging for you based on your POM file

                     

                     

                    On Tue, Feb 4, 2014 at 9:09 PM, Dan Allen <dan.j.allen@gmail.com> wrote:

                     

                    Indeed, as Lincoln mentioned, AsciidoctorJ and JRuby work just fine now on

                    Jboss Modules / Wildly. You do need to deploy it as a JBoss Module. You can

                    see an example of how to configure it in the AsciiDoc WebSocket editor by

                    @mgreau.

                     

                    >

                    https://github.com/mgreau/when-websocket-met-asciidoctor/blob/master/module/README.adoc

                     

                    I can confirm it works as do the excellent Arquillian tests he wrote, so

                    good news!

                     

                    -Dan

                    On Feb 4, 2014 7:47 AM, "Lincoln Baxter, III" <lincolnbaxter@gmail.com>

                    wrote:

                     

                    >> Hey Alex!

                    >>

                    >> Good to hear from you Regarding JBoss Modules, I don't think there

                    >> will be a problem there, because I have AsciidoctorJ running fine on JBoss

                    >> AS 7, and that also uses JBM. If there is an issue, which would surprise

                    >> me, we can fix it

                    >>

                    >> Let's see how it goes!

                    >>

                    >> This sounds like a perfect fit for Forge. How can we help you get started?

                    >>

                    >> ~Lincoln

                    >>

                    >>

                    >> On Tue, Feb 4, 2014 at 8:40 AM, George Gastaldi <ggastald@redhat.com>wrote:

                    >>

                    >>> Looks like it's doable with Forge 2. I'd love to know which issue you

                    >>> had with JBM in your past experience.

                    >>>

                    >>> Join us in the IRC (#forge in irc.freenode.net) and we'll help you out

                    >>> on setting up a new addon to do that.

                    >>>

                    >>> Em 04/02/2014, às 11:35, Alex Soto <asotobu@gmail.com> escreveu:

                    >>>

                    >>> Hello Forge folks,

                    >>>

                    >>> this is Alex, I am the developer of AsciidoctorJ, the interface between

                    >>> Ruby part of Asciidoctor and Java. There is one project called Hyla

                    >>> https://github.com/cmoulliard/hyla (written in Ruby) which is something

                    >>> like a console for working with Asciidoctor. Basically what I am going to

                    >>> do is something similar but for Java.

                    >>>

                    >>> What I want is create some commands which allows you to create an

                    >>> Asciidoctor project for example with DZSlides structure, so for example

                    >>> user can do:

                    >>>

                    >>> $>asciidoctor install template dzslides http://......... #this command

                    >>> download a template from internet and install it inside forge directory.

                    >>>

                    >>> $>asciidoctor create dzslides /home/alex/mypresentation #this command

                    >>> basically uncompress the downloaded file inside the destination directory

                    >>>

                    >>> $>asciidoctor render #this command renders the project.

                    >>>

                    >>> Then as you can see it is a very lightweight operations, basically

                    >>> download something from internet, uncompress it, and run a compilation

                    >>> command. Of course maybe in future I can add something like push to

                    >>> github-pages, ....

                    >>>

                    >>> But my original idea was to usig Crest (project from Tomitribe) because

                    >>> I don't need many things provided by (Forge 1), but after Forge 2 is

                    >>> released (which means user can install the required addons instead of

                    >>> having some predefined addons),

                    >>>

                    >>> I send this email because Lincoln asked it in Twitter, so I don't know

                    >>> what are your thoughts about this.

                    >>>

                    >>> BTW one thing that worries me a lot is about using JBoss Modules because

                    >>> historically has complicated a bit our life with classloader issues and

                    >>> JRuby, but of course may be it is time to give a try with Forge.

                    >>>

                    >>> Thank you so much,

                    >>> Alex.

                    >>> --

                    >>> ----


                    >>>   Alex Soto Bueno

                    >>>   www.lordofthejars.com

                    >>> ----


                    >>>

                    >>> _______________________________________________

                    >>> forge-dev mailing list

                    >>> forge-dev@lists.jboss.org

                    >>> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-dev

                    >>>

                    >>>

                    >>> _______________________________________________

                    >>> forge-dev mailing list

                    >>> forge-dev@lists.jboss.org

                    >>> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-dev

                    >>>

                    >>

                    >>

                    >>

                    >> --

                    >> Lincoln Baxter, III

                    >> http://ocpsoft.org

                    >> "Simpler is better."

                    >>

                    >> _______________________________________________

                    >> forge-dev mailing list

                    >> forge-dev@lists.jboss.org

                    >> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-dev

                    >>

                    >

                    _______________________________________________

                    forge-dev mailing list

                    forge-dev@lists.jboss.org

                    https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-dev

                     

                     

                     

                     

                    --

                    Lincoln Baxter, III

                    http://ocpsoft.org

                    "Simpler is better."

                     

                    • 7. Re: [forge-dev] Asciidoctor, Hyla and Forge
                      Dan Allen Master

                      Solid.

                       

                      -Dan

                      On Feb 4, 2014 9:36 PM, "Lincoln Baxter, III" <lincolnbaxter@gmail.com>

                      wrote:

                       

                      The even better news is that Forge (or in this case, Furnace) will do the

                      module packaging for you based on your POM file

                       

                      >

                      On Tue, Feb 4, 2014 at 9:09 PM, Dan Allen <dan.j.allen@gmail.com> wrote:

                       

                      >> Indeed, as Lincoln mentioned, AsciidoctorJ and JRuby work just fine now

                      >> on Jboss Modules / Wildly. You do need to deploy it as a JBoss Module. You

                      >> can see an example of how to configure it in the AsciiDoc WebSocket editor

                      >> by @mgreau.

                      >>

                      >>

                      >> https://github.com/mgreau/when-websocket-met-asciidoctor/blob/master/module/README.adoc

                      >>

                      >> I can confirm it works as do the excellent Arquillian tests he wrote, so

                      >> good news!

                      >>

                      >> -Dan

                      >> On Feb 4, 2014 7:47 AM, "Lincoln Baxter, III" <lincolnbaxter@gmail.com>

                      >> wrote:

                      >>

                      >>> Hey Alex!

                      >>>

                      >>> Good to hear from you Regarding JBoss Modules, I don't think there

                      >>> will be a problem there, because I have AsciidoctorJ running fine on JBoss

                      >>> AS 7, and that also uses JBM. If there is an issue, which would surprise

                      >>> me, we can fix it

                      >>>

                      >>> Let's see how it goes!

                      >>>

                      >>> This sounds like a perfect fit for Forge. How can we help you get

                      >>> started?

                      >>>

                      >>> ~Lincoln

                      >>>

                      >>>

                      >>> On Tue, Feb 4, 2014 at 8:40 AM, George Gastaldi <ggastald@redhat.com>wrote:

                      >>>

                      >>>> Looks like it's doable with Forge 2. I'd love to know which issue you

                      >>>> had with JBM in your past experience.

                      >>>>

                      >>>> Join us in the IRC (#forge in irc.freenode.net) and we'll help you out

                      >>>> on setting up a new addon to do that.

                      >>>>

                      >>>> Em 04/02/2014, às 11:35, Alex Soto <asotobu@gmail.com> escreveu:

                      >>>>

                      >>>> Hello Forge folks,

                      >>>>

                      >>>> this is Alex, I am the developer of AsciidoctorJ, the interface between

                      >>>> Ruby part of Asciidoctor and Java. There is one project called Hyla

                      >>>> https://github.com/cmoulliard/hyla (written in Ruby) which is

                      >>>> something like a console for working with Asciidoctor. Basically what I am

                      >>>> going to do is something similar but for Java.

                      >>>>

                      >>>> What I want is create some commands which allows you to create an

                      >>>> Asciidoctor project for example with DZSlides structure, so for example

                      >>>> user can do:

                      >>>>

                      >>>> $>asciidoctor install template dzslides http://......... #this command

                      >>>> download a template from internet and install it inside forge directory.

                      >>>>

                      >>>> $>asciidoctor create dzslides /home/alex/mypresentation #this command

                      >>>> basically uncompress the downloaded file inside the destination directory

                      >>>>

                      >>>> $>asciidoctor render #this command renders the project.

                      >>>>

                      >>>> Then as you can see it is a very lightweight operations, basically

                      >>>> download something from internet, uncompress it, and run a compilation

                      >>>> command. Of course maybe in future I can add something like push to

                      >>>> github-pages, ....

                      >>>>

                      >>>> But my original idea was to usig Crest (project from Tomitribe) because

                      >>>> I don't need many things provided by (Forge 1), but after Forge 2 is

                      >>>> released (which means user can install the required addons instead of

                      >>>> having some predefined addons),

                      >>>>

                      >>>> I send this email because Lincoln asked it in Twitter, so I don't know

                      >>>> what are your thoughts about this.

                      >>>>

                      >>>> BTW one thing that worries me a lot is about using JBoss Modules

                      >>>> because historically has complicated a bit our life with classloader issues

                      >>>> and JRuby, but of course may be it is time to give a try with Forge.

                      >>>>

                      >>>> Thank you so much,

                      >>>> Alex.

                      >>>> --

                      >>>> ----


                      >>>>   Alex Soto Bueno

                      >>>>   www.lordofthejars.com

                      >>>> ----


                      >>>>

                      >>>> _______________________________________________

                      >>>> forge-dev mailing list

                      >>>> forge-dev@lists.jboss.org

                      >>>> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-dev

                      >>>>

                      >>>>

                      >>>> _______________________________________________

                      >>>> forge-dev mailing list

                      >>>> forge-dev@lists.jboss.org

                      >>>> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-dev

                      >>>>

                      >>>

                      >>>

                      >>>

                      >>> --

                      >>> Lincoln Baxter, III

                      >>> http://ocpsoft.org

                      >>> "Simpler is better."

                      >>>

                      >>> _______________________________________________

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                      • 8. Re: [forge-dev] Asciidoctor, Hyla and Forge
                        Alex Soto Newbie

                        Cool! I wish I can start working on this as soon as possible because I am a

                        bit tired to copy-paste my project time after time. So for me the next step

                        is where I can find documentation (or if you can explain as you mentioned

                        in previous post) for creating an own Forge with shell alone (installing

                        shell using --install command?). Then I suppose that I will need to create

                        my addon with furnace for dealing with asciidoctorj and finally adding some

                        Forge dependencies for dealing with resources (basically  create

                        directories and copy content).

                         

                        Am I on the good direction?

                         

                        Thanks.

                         

                         

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                        • 9. Re: [forge-dev] Asciidoctor, Hyla and Forge
                          Lincoln Baxter III Master

                          Hey Alex,

                           

                          Yes, I think so.

                           

                          The first place to start is here:

                           

                          https://github.com/forge/core#developing-an-addon

                           

                          This will explain how to create your own addon, and the concepts of addon

                          development.

                           

                          Once you've done that, you probably want to create an addon that depends on

                          the "ui" addon, and the "resources" addon.

                           

                          To build a pre-packaged custom Forge, you can do something like we've done

                          in our "dist" module:

                           

                          https://github.com/forge/core/blob/master/dist/pom.xml

                           

                          With an additional configuration to pre-install(bundle) the addons you need

                          (including your addon:)

                           

                          https://github.com/jbosstools/jbosstools-forge/blob/master/plugins/org.jboss.tools.forge2.runtime/pom.xml#L20

                           

                          Then you will need to create a bootstrapper that configures the repository

                          and starts furnace:

                           

                          https://github.com/forge/furnace#usage

                           

                          This is a lot of info, but we will be here to help with each step

                           

                          ~Lincoln

                           

                          On Wed, Feb 5, 2014 at 2:31 AM, <forge-dev@lists.jboss.org> wrote:

                           

                          Cool! I wish I can start working on this as soon as possible because I am a

                          bit tired to copy-paste my project time after time. So for me the next step

                          is where I can find documentation (or if you can explain as you mentioned

                          in previous post) for creating an own Forge with shell alone (installing

                          shell using --install command?). Then I suppose that I will need to create

                          my addon with furnace for dealing with asciidoctorj and finally adding some

                          Forge dependencies for dealing with resources (basically  create

                          directories and copy content).

                           

                          Am I on the good direction?

                           

                          Thanks.

                           

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