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Brown University Systems Group fork of ZooKeeper, for PANE (Andrew Ferguson) and RETRO (Jonathan Mace)
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brownsys additions: RETRO: 1. Download and install aspectj from http://www.eclipse.org/aspectj/downloads.php Install it using, eg: java -jar aspectj-1.8.0.jar Then make sure the 'bin' directory of wherever you install it to is on your path. 2. Copy the following jars from <aspectj install folder>/lib to your ant lib directory (eg. ~/.ant/lib): aspectjrt.jar aspectjtools.jar aspectjweaver.jar org.aspectj.matcher.jar 3. Check out the retro branch 4. Build using: ant -Djavac.args="-Xlint -Xmaxwarns 1000" clean jar 5. Run with bin/zkServer Jon: Instrumentation contains some debug stuff and is more verbose than necessary. AspectJ dependencies are in the src/java/lib folder. I don't know how to use ANT particularly well, so for now that's where they live and require manual updating. For the latest information about ZooKeeper, please visit our website at: http://zookeeper.apache.org/ and our wiki, at: https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/ZOOKEEPER Full documentation for this release can also be found in docs/index.html --------------------------- Packaging/release artifacts The release artifact contains the following jar file at the toplevel: zookeeper-<version>.jar - legacy jar file which contains all classes and source files. Prior to version 3.3.0 this was the only jar file available. It has the benefit of having the source included (for debugging purposes) however is also larger as a result The release artifact contains the following jar files in "dist-maven" directory: zookeeper-<version>.jar - bin (binary) jar - contains only class (*.class) files zookeeper-<version>-sources.jar - contains only src (*.java) files zookeeper-<version>-javadoc.jar - contains only javadoc files These bin/src/javadoc jars were added specifically to support Maven/Ivy which have the ability to pull these down automatically as part of your build process. The content of the legacy jar and the bin+sources jar are the same. As of version 3.3.0 bin/sources/javadoc jars contained in dist-maven directory are deployed to the Apache Maven repository after the release has been accepted by Apache: http://people.apache.org/repo/m2-ibiblio-rsync-repository/