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Date: Wed, 23 Jun 2010 10:04:07 -0400
To: Unicorn Updates <www-validator-cvs@w3.org>
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changeset:   1294:84f4c79d1247
tag:         tip
parent:      1293:ab6c3107617a
parent:      1292:cef1849903c5
user:        Thomas Gambet <tgambet@w3.org>
date:        Wed Jun 23 10:06:51 2010 -0400
description:
Merge with cef1849903c5f02b1fc13f2c09ca4c41a52c116e


diff -r ab6c3107617a -r 84f4c79d1247 README
--- a/README	Tue Jun 22 16:21:46 2010 -0400
+++ b/README	Wed Jun 23 10:06:51 2010 -0400
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
 How to compile and deploy Unicorn:
 	1. The first thing you have to do in order to make Unicorn work is to add a unicorn.home parameter to your JVM parameters, pointing to the unicorn root directory.
-		example: -Dunicorn.home=/var/lib/tomcat6/webapps/unicorn/ or -Dunicorn.home=/C:/Program%20Files/Tomcat/webapps/unicorn/ (read your servlet engine documentation to know how to add this parameter) 
-	2. You will find all the configuration files that Unicorn uses in WEB-INF/conf. 
+		example: -Dunicorn.home=/var/lib/tomcat6/webapps/unicorn/ or -Dunicorn.home=/C:/Program%20Files/Tomcat/webapps/unicorn/ (read your servlet engine documentation to know how to add this parameter)
+	2. You will find all the configuration files that Unicorn uses in WEB-INF/conf.
 		-The main one is unicorn.properties, which contains some properties that you may want to change:
 			UNICORN_URL is the url of your installation of Unicorn.
 			DEFAULT_LANGUAGE, the language Unicorn will use if language negotiation fails.
@@ -14,7 +14,7 @@
 			If you are developing Unicorn locally you should add the appender GUI to the root logger. This will pop up a useful LogFactor5 console.
 			You can find documentation about log4j configuration here: http://logging.apache.org/log4j/1.2/manual.html
 			Note that log4j is not mandatory for Unicorn to work properly. If log4j.properties does not exist the default java.util.Logger will be used.
-		-observers.list is the list of the observers contract links 
+		-observers.list is the list of the observers contract links
 	3. Under WEB-INF/resources/tasklist you will find the task related files which are xml files describing tasks and rdf files containing metadata about tasks.
 	4. Use ant to compile the project. You can use the 'war' task to make a war file of the 'jar' task to package Unicorn in a jar. The files will be written in the dist directory. See build.xml for more info.
 		ex: 'ant war'
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