In the normal course of using an application framework like Struts, you may wish to
Reporting Bugs and Feature Requests
Tracking of bug reports and enhancement requests for Struts is handled through the Apache Bug Database. Please select Struts from the product list, along with the details of which component of Struts you feel this report relates to, and details of your operating environment. You will automatically be notified by email as the status of your bug or enhancement report changes. Please be sure to read How to Report Bugs Effectively before posting.
Contributing Patches to Code or Documentation
The documentation is maintained in the
doc folder of the
repository in a XML format.
In the Nightly Build, there is a "compile.website" target in the
build.xml file, which renders the XML into the HTML we post
to the Website.
If you would like to help with the documentation, it is important to
provide patches and new pages in the XML source.
Otherwise, some other volunteer will have to do this for you, and it may
never get done.
(Sad but true.)
If you are submitting new material, it is important to decide exactly
where you would put this in relation to the rest of the documentation.
Someone has to figure that out before it can be added, and that someone
might as well be you.
If you have comments on existing material, you can make comments via the Struts Wiki. Just follow the "Comments?" link on any page. If you are making a substantial contribution, such as a new HOW-TO, please consider submitting a document in the XML format we use. This will make it easier to add your contribution to the official documentation so that it becomes part of the WAR distributed with Struts.
For more, see the How to Help FAQ.
Joining the Mailing Lists
Posting a Question to a Mailing List
Please do be sure to turn off HTML in your email client before posting.
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