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Recent Site Changes

This page lists recent changes to the site structure. We're closing in on a stable structure, but until stability is reached, this page should help provide an overview of what's going on.

Note that this page doesn't list all recently changed topics. For that list, see WebChanges.

June 25, 2004

June 16, 2004

June 13, 2004

June 12, 2004

June 11, 2004

Standardised naming convention for Chapters and Sections. Given a topic Xxx, the pages are XxxChapter?, XxxRecipes?, XxxIntroduction?, XxxReference?, XxxOther?, XxxChapterComments?. Note there are no plurals in titles, except for XxxRecipes? and XxxChapterComments?. Changed:

The Cookbook now supports shortcut URLs, like http://schemewiki.org/Cookbook/RecentSiteChanges.

June 9, 2004

Conversion of chapters to conform to new CookbookStructure has begun. This involves changing chapter names from e.g. StringRecipes to StringChapter, and the recipe list from e.g. StringRecipesSection? to StringRecipes. So far have converted:

June 6, 2004

June 2, 2004

Continued conversion of chapters. The following chapters have been converted:

June 1, 2004

Conversion of chapters to conform to CookbookStructure has begun. Chapters converted so far are listed below, along with the ParentTopic name which should be used for new recipes added to any of these chapters.

If you're adding new recipes to any of these chapters, you'll need to set the ParentTopic for the new recipe to the corresponding name in parentheses above. That will automatically add the new recipe to the chapter and to any and all TOCs, such as TOC and SectionIndex.

May 31, 2004

A number of changes have been made, listed below. This should not currently affect adding or editing of recipes - simply add and edit recipes as usual. One exception is that if you add any new String Recipes or Number Recipes, it is no longer necessary to add an entry for those recipes to the corresponding chapter, since those chapters are now autogenerated. In addition, the ParentTopic for new recipes in these chapters should be set to StringRecipes and NumberRecipeSection? respectively. See below for more info.

TOC changes

Topic ordering

The CookbookForm has been changed to include a TopicOrder field. This will support ordering of cookbook topics, including chapters, sections, and recipes. This is used in the automatic generation of topics like TOC, SectionIndex, and now chapters. The data from the previous NextTopic field has been retained, and will be converted (some of it has already been converted.)

Automating cookbook structure

As described above, the TOC is now automated. In addition, chapters are being similarly automated so that it will no longer be necessary to manually edit chapters to add recipes to them. These changes are described in CookbookStructure, and have so far been implemented for two chapters, StringChapter and NumberRecipes.

-- AntonVanStraaten - 01 Jun 2004

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