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*********************** * Apache Felix README * *********************** This document is basically a catch-all for general information about the Apache Felix project. It is anticipated that this document will be updated from time to time with new information. SVN PROJECT STRUCTURE The Apache Felix project has the following directory structure in order to organize the project's varied product artifacts. + framework + sandbox + tools The *framework* directory contains the source and build tree for the OSGi-compliant framework implementation. It is, of course, the primary product of this project. The *sandbox* directory contains a directory tree whereby project committers can store various experimental and working versions of code. Each committer that wishes to utilize the sandbox should create a subdirectory named after his/her apache username. e.g. - sandbox + erodriguez + rickhall + tbennett The *tools* directory contains a directory tree for various tools that may be developed in association with this project. One such tool is the maven-osgi-plugin currently under development for the MAVEN2 build system. A tools directory may itself have multiple products each requiring their own directory. e.g. - tools - maven2 + maven-osgi-plugin As the project matures, we certainly may see other directories created to organize other types of products.