New Repository Layout

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Andreas Kollegger

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Sep 12, 2007, 12:33:14 PM9/12/07
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A head's up: there is a substantial re-org which is rolling out to
the subversion repository. While the current repository https://
www.sharedrecords.org/svn/sra is still available, you should avoid
commits to it. A new repository is available temporarily at https://
www.sharedrecords.org/svn/sharedrecords which will soon become
https://svn.sharedrecords.org.
The new repository has a structure which generally follows this
pattern: <language>/<category>/<project>. Under each <project>
appears the usual trunk, branches, and tags subdirectories.

You'll find the following directories...

csharp/
csharp/SharedRecords/
java/
java/server/
java/server/RestServlet/
java/server/TokenServlet/ -- the renamed "proxy" servlet
java/core/
java/core/Core/
java/client/
java/client/Demo/
ruby/
ruby/client/
ruby/client/RecordsOnRails/

In the java sub-tree, the projects are currently all Eclipse-based.
Ongoing work will add maven project management, making it easy for
developers and implementors to get what they need. This new approach
makes it natural to build upon the components that are available.

The java code has also experienced some mild refactoring to
facilitate this structure. More extensive refactoring is planned to
remove inappropriate dependencies and knowledge which discourage re-use.

-Andreas

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