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[LCFC] templates://typo3-dummy/{typo3-dummy.templates}

This is the third last call (:-)) for comments for the review of
debconf templates for typo3-dummy.

This one integrates Justin's comments to David comments....plus an
extra change: a colon that introduces the enumeration in the "Apache
integration mode" template.

The reviewed templates will be sent on Thursday, June 17, 2010 to the package
maintainer as a bug report and a mail will be sent to this list with
"[BTS]" as a subject tag.


Template: typo3-dummy/apache_mode
Type: select
__Choices: vhost, directory, none
Default: directory
_Description: Apache integration mode:
 Please choose the method that should be used for integrating the
 TYPO3 installation with the apache2 web server:
  vhost:     generates URLs with TYPO3 as part of the domain name, such
             as http://typo3.example.com/; 
  directory: fits TYPO3 within the existing site, making it available
             at an address like http://www.example.com/cms/;
  none:      does not configure TYPO3 automatically. The server will
             need manual configuration. Choose this option if you are
             using a web server other than apache2.

Template: typo3-dummy/apache_restart
Type: boolean
_Description: Should apache2 be restarted after installation?
 Apache's configuration has been changed to include TYPO3 and
 activate the rewrite module. For these changes to take effect,
 apache2 must be reloaded.

Template: typo3-dummy/old_symlink
Type: note
_Description: Old symlink in /etc/apache2/conf.d/
 Older versions (before 4.3.0-3) of typo3-dummy installed the apache2
 configuration symlink as /etc/apache2/conf.d/typo3-dummy.conf.
 This has been changed and newer versions place two new symlinks into
 /etc/apache2/sites-available/. To prevent failures due to
 overlapping configuration directives you should remove the
 symlink typo3-dummy.conf from /etc/apache2/conf.d/ and merge its
 contents into one of the new configuration files.
Source: typo3-dummy
Section: web
Priority: optional
Maintainer: Christian Welzel <gawain@camlann.de>
Homepage: http://www.typo3.com
Build-Depends: debhelper (>= 6.0.7), po-debconf
Standards-Version: 3.8.4

Package: typo3-dummy
Architecture: all
Depends: exim4 | mail-transport-agent, dbconfig-common, debconf, graphicsmagick, lsb-base (>= 3.0-6), php5, php5-cli, php5-gd, php5-mysql, php5-xcache, typo3-src-4.3, ${misc:Depends}
Recommends: catdoc, ghostscript, memcached, php5-curl, php5-memcache, ppthtml, typo3-database, unrtf, xlhtml, xpdf-utils
Description: web content management system
 TYPO3 is an enterprise-level content management system for use on the web
 and in intranets. It is flexible, extensible, and well supplied with
 ready-made interfaces, functions, and modules.
 Its key features are:
  * simple creation of multi-language websites with fallback to a default
  * handling of multi-domain websites within a single page tree;
  * multi-user backend editing via a completely customizable GUI using an
    advanced ACL system;
  * an integrated workflow management system based on a multi-tier
    architecture with editor and supervisor privileges;
  * unlimited redefinition of the rendering process using the built-in
    TypoScript configuration interface or the plugin API;
  * thousands of plugins available in the online TYPO3 extension repository.
 This package provides the basic directory structure to start a fresh
 website based on TYPO3. It includes scripts to register the site in
 Apache, with a default configuration intended for single vhost
 installations. TYPO3 can also be configured to work with several vhosts
 and a single src-dir, but such setups require some manual configuration.

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