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Changed to use ModeShape 3.1.1.Final

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# The ModeShape project
-ModeShape is an open source implementation of the JCR 2.0 ([JSR-283](http://www.jcp.org/en/jsr/detail?id=283])) (aka, 'JCR') specification and standard API.
-To your applications, ModeShape looks and behaves like a regular JCR repository. Applications can search, query, navigate, change, version, listen for changes, etc.
-But ModeShape can store that content in a variety of back-end stores (including relational databases, Infinispan data grids, JBoss Cache, etc.), or it can
-access and update existing content from *other* kinds of systems (including file systems, SVN repositories, JDBC database metadata, and other JCR repositories).
-ModeShape's connector architecture means that you can write custom connectors to access any kind of system. And ModeShape can even federate multiple back-end systems
-into a single, unified virtual repository.
-
-For more information on ModeShape, including getting started guides, reference guides, and downloadable binaries, visit the project's website at [http://www.modeshape.org]()
-or follow us on our [blog](http://modeshape.wordpress.org) or on [Twitter](http://twitter.com/modeshape). Or hop into our [IRC chat room](http://www.jboss.org/modeshape/chat)
+ModeShape is an open source implementation of the JCR 2.0
+([JSR-283](http://www.jcp.org/en/jsr/detail?id=283]))
+(aka, 'JCR') specification and standard API. To your applications,
+ModeShape looks and behaves like a regular JCR repository. Applications
+can search, query, navigate, change, version, listen for changes, etc.
+But ModeShape can store that content in a variety of back-end stores
+(including relational databases, Infinispan data grids, JBoss Cache,
+etc.), or it can access and update existing content from *other* kinds
+of systems (including file systems, SVN repositories, JDBC database
+metadata, and other JCR repositories). ModeShape's connector architecture
+means that you can write custom connectors to access any kind of system.
+And ModeShape can even federate multiple back-end systems into a single,
+unified virtual repository.
+
+For more information on ModeShape, including getting started guides,
+reference guides, and downloadable binaries, visit the project's
+website at [http://www.modeshape.org]() or follow us on our
+[blog](http://modeshape.wordpress.org) or on
+[Twitter](http://twitter.com/modeshape). Or hop into our
+[IRC chat room](http://www.jboss.org/modeshape/chat)
and talk our community of contributors and users.
-The official Git repository for the project is also on GitHub at [http://github.com/ModeShape/modeshape]().
+The official Git repository for the project is also on GitHub
+at [http://github.com/ModeShape/modeshape]().
# Examples
-This Git repository contains examples showing how to use ModeShape within your applications. Each example is a self-contained Maven project
+This Git repository contains examples showing how to use ModeShape
+within your applications. Each example is a self-contained Maven project
that is ready to use.
To run the examples, simply clone the repository:
@@ -32,11 +45,15 @@ or you can build an individual example. For instance:
$ cd modeshape-embedded-example
$ mvn clean install
-See [this ModeShape community article](http://community.jboss.org/wiki/ModeShapeandMaven) for help on how to install Maven 3.
+See [this ModeShape community article](http://community.jboss.org/wiki/ModeShapeandMaven)
+for help on how to install Maven 3.
# Looking for ModeShape 2.x examples?
-The code on the 'master' branch works against the latest ModeShape 3.0 release, but a different branch contains the examples for use with ModeShape 2.x. To get to those, use the Git `checkout` command to switch branches:
+The code on the 'master' branch works against the latest ModeShape 3.x
+release, but a different branch contains the examples for use with
+ModeShape 2.x. To get to those, use the Git `checkout` command to
+switch branches:
$ git checkout 2.x
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# Need help?
-ModeShape is open source software with a dedicated community. If you have any questions or problems, post a question in our
-[user forum](http://community.jboss.org/en/modeshape) or hop into our [IRC chat room](http://www.jboss.org/modeshape/chat) and talk our community of contributors and users.
+ModeShape is open source software with a dedicated community. If you
+have any questions or problems, post a question in our
+[user forum](http://community.jboss.org/en/modeshape) or hop into our
+[IRC chat room](http://www.jboss.org/modeshape/chat) and talk our
+community of contributors and users.
# Contribute an example
-We're always looking for good, easy to follow examples. If you've written one and would like to help, simply use GitHub's Fork and Pull-Request techniques.
+We're always looking for good, easy to follow examples. If you've written
+one and would like to help, simply use GitHub's Fork and Pull-Request
+techniques.
-1. Use the "Fork" button at the top of [this page](https://github.com/ModeShape/modeshape-examples) on GitHub to create your own fork.
+1. Use the "Fork" button at the top of [this page](https://github.com/ModeShape/modeshape-examples)
+on GitHub to create your own fork.
2. Clone your fork:
<pre>
$ git clone git@github.com:&lt;you>/modeshape-examples.git
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- <modeshape.version>3.0.0.Final</modeshape.version>
+ <modeshape.version>3.1.1.Final</modeshape.version>
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2  modeshape-ddl-parser-example/pom.xml
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<!--
Global dependency version information
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- <modeshape.version>3.0.0.Final</modeshape.version>
+ <modeshape.version>3.1.1.Final</modeshape.version>
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Maven plugin versions
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2  modeshape-embedded-example/pom.xml
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<!--
Global dependency version information
-->
- <modeshape.version>3.0.0.Final</modeshape.version>
+ <modeshape.version>3.1.1.Final</modeshape.version>
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2  modeshape-filesystem-store-example/pom.xml
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- <modeshape.version>3.0.0.Final</modeshape.version>
+ <modeshape.version>3.1.1.Final</modeshape.version>
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Maven plugin versions
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2  modeshape-jdk-logging-example/pom.xml
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<!--
Global dependency version information
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- <modeshape.version>3.0.0.Final</modeshape.version>
+ <modeshape.version>3.1.1.Final</modeshape.version>
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Maven plugin versions
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2  modeshape-log4j-logging-example/pom.xml
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<!--
Global dependency version information
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- <modeshape.version>3.0.0.Final</modeshape.version>
+ <modeshape.version>3.1.1.Final</modeshape.version>
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Maven plugin versions
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2  modeshape-logback-logging-example/pom.xml
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- <modeshape.version>3.0.0.Final</modeshape.version>
+ <modeshape.version>3.1.1.Final</modeshape.version>
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- <modeshape.version>3.0.0.Final</modeshape.version>
+ <modeshape.version>3.1.1.Final</modeshape.version>
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2  modeshape-slf4j-logging-example/pom.xml
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<!--
Global dependency version information
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- <modeshape.version>3.0.0.Final</modeshape.version>
+ <modeshape.version>3.1.1.Final</modeshape.version>
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Maven plugin versions
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Global dependency version information
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- <modeshape.version>3.0.0.Final</modeshape.version>
+ <modeshape.version>3.1.1.Final</modeshape.version>
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Maven plugin versions
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