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gpl
Lastest release
version 1.0a1 on Jul 4th, 2013

Introduction

raptus.article.contents provides a simple article listing (table of contents) for articles.

The following features for raptus.article are provided by this package:

Components
  • Contents
Dependencies
  • raptus.article.core
  • raptus.article.nesting
  • raptus.article.listings

Installation

To install raptus.article.contents into your Plone instance, locate the file buildout.cfg in the root of your Plone instance directory on the file system, and open it in a text editor.

Add the actual raptus.article.contents add-on to the "eggs" section of buildout.cfg. Look for the section that looks like this:

eggs =
    Plone

This section might have additional lines if you have other add-ons already installed. Just add the raptus.article.contents on a separate line, like this:

eggs =
    Plone
    raptus.article.contents

Note that you have to run buildout like this:

$ bin/buildout

Then go to the "Add-ons" control panel in Plone as an administrator, and install or reinstall the "raptus.article.default" product.

Note that if you do not use the raptus.article.default package you have to include the zcml of raptus.article.contents either by adding it to the zcml list in your buildout or by including it in another package's configure.zcml.

Developer Manual

Note: You find a developer manual for raptus.article at raptus.article.core. Please have look there if you need more information.

Contributors

Raptus AG, Author

Changelog

1.0a1 (2013-07-01)
  • Initial release

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Last updated Jul 4th, 2013

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