[Nvda-dev] commit r1906 - website

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[Nvda-dev] commit r1906 - website

NVDA Subversion
Author: jteh
Date: Tue Apr 15 02:49:48 2008
New Revision: 1906

Log:
Improve Download page to allow for more than one release.
Add 0.6p1 to Download page.


Modified:
   website/download.gtml
   website/nvda.gtp

Modified: website/download.gtml
==============================================================================
--- website/download.gtml (original)
+++ website/download.gtml Tue Apr 15 02:49:48 2008
@@ -1,4 +1,13 @@
 #include "header.txt"
+#define PORTABLE_RELEASE_URL(Version) releases/nvda_Version_portable.zip
+#define INSTALLER_RELEASE_URL(Version) releases/nvda_Version_installer.exe
+#define RELEASE_CHANGES_URL(Version) releases/nvda_Version_changes.txt
+#define release(VERSION) \
+<ul> \
+<li><a href="<<INSTALLER_RELEASE_URL(VERSION)>>">NVDA VERSION Installer</a></li> \
+<li><a href="<<PORTABLE_RELEASE_URL(VERSION)>>">NVDA VERSION Portable version [zip file]</a></li> \
+<li><a href="<<RELEASE_CHANGES_URL(VERSION)>>">What's new in VERSION [text file]</a></li> \
+</ul>
 <h2>Download Details</h2>
 <p>
 NVDA can come packaged in three ways:
@@ -7,12 +16,15 @@
 <li>NVDA Portable Distribution: a zip file that contains a ready to run portable version that can be run from anywhere on your hard drive, a USB drive or even from a CD</li>
 <li>Source Code: this is all the code that has not yet been compiled. This can be run only if you have Python and some other libraries installed</li>
 </ul>
-<h2>Latest Official Release (<<LATEST_RELEASE_VERSION>>)</h2>
-<ul>
-<li><a href="<<INSTALLER_RELEASE_URL(<<LATEST_RELEASE_VERSION>>)>>">NVDA <<LATEST_RELEASE_VERSION>> Installer</a></li>
-<li><a href="<<PORTABLE_RELEASE_URL(<<LATEST_RELEASE_VERSION>>)>>">NVDA <<LATEST_RELEASE_VERSION>> Portable version [zip file]</a></li>
-<li><a href="<<RELEASE_CHANGES_URL(<<LATEST_RELEASE_VERSION>>)>>">What's new in <<LATEST_RELEASE_VERSION>> [text file]</a></li>
-</ul>
+<h2>Stable Release (0.5)</h2>
+<<release(0.5)>>
+<h2>Preview Release (0.6p1)</h2>
+<p>
+Preview releases provide a preview of the upcoming stable release. They may contain regressions from the previous stable release and their may be major issues which must be fixed prior to the upcoming stable release. Nevertheless, we will endeavour to make them as stable as possible. They thus allow users to run newer code without the uncertainty associated with development snapshots. For more information about the reason behind preview releases, see the
+<a href="http://trac.nvda-project.org/wiki/ReleaseStatus">Release Status</a>
+article.
+</p>
+<<release(0.6p1)>>
 <h2>Development Snapshots</h2>
 <p>
 If you want to try out the very latest bleeding edge code and you don't want to have to play with Python and Subversion or compile the source code, you can go to the

Modified: website/nvda.gtp
==============================================================================
--- website/nvda.gtp (original)
+++ website/nvda.gtp Tue Apr 15 02:49:48 2008
@@ -1,10 +1,6 @@
-define LATEST_RELEASE_VERSION 0.5
 mtimestamp $Day, $Month $dd $yyyy, $hh:$mm
 define __TOC_1__(x) <ul class="nav">x</ul>
 define __TOC_1_ITEM__(x,y) <<__PERL__(if('y' eq '<<TITLE_CURRENT>>') { return '<li class="active" >y</li>' } else { return '<li><a href="x">y</a></li>' })>>
-define PORTABLE_RELEASE_URL(Version) releases/nvda_Version_portable.zip
-define INSTALLER_RELEASE_URL(Version) releases/nvda_Version_installer.exe
-define RELEASE_CHANGES_URL(Version) releases/nvda_Version_changes.txt
 index.cgi..gtml 1 Home
 about.gtml 1 About
 download.gtml 1 Download