That fixed the build, but it concerns me that the download is broken. Also,
when I ran it, it created a directory structure but there are *no* Java
sources - no examples of how to write an Action or a Layout or a Page.
There are a number of configuration files, but without some user
documentation they don't help. In short, while this example may be intended
to demonstrate what Turbine can do it does nothing to explain how to use
it. As part of my evaluation I need to use Turbine to create a small web
application from scratch, to see how it's done and how easy it is; I'm no
closer to being able to do that than I was this time last week.
I hate to say this, but: the Velocity pages have a user guide, a developer
guide and sample code, while the Turbine pages have nothing beyond a set of
instructions for using Maven to build a demo - no code samples, no
tutorial. This is extremely disappointing because from what I've been able
to see so far, Turbine might otherwise have been a good solution for us (in
particular, we wouldn't have had to worry so much about the authentication
and roles management, since that appears to be done for you). As it is,
unless I can find something usable in the next few hours I'm not going to
have time to do the evaluation I was asked for (it's expected by the end of
the week) and as such Turbine will not be an option, and that's a shame.
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RE: AW: Getting started
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