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README.md

Jodd

Jodd is set of open-source Java tools and frameworks; compact, but powerful.

Official web site: http://jodd.org/

Invitation web site: http://joddframework.org

Modules of Jodd

Jodd is split into many modules, so choose what to use. Some tools and utility modules are:

  • jodd-core contains many utilities, JDateTime and Convert.
  • jodd-bean, our infamous BeanUtil.
  • jodd-props is the super-replacement for Java Properties.
  • jodd-email for easier email sending.

and some frameworks modules:

  • jodd-madvoc - slick MVC framework.
  • jodd-petite - pragmatic DI container.
  • jodd-lagarto - HTML parser with Jerry and CSSelly.
  • jodd-proxetta - dynamic proxies and Paramo.

Read more in our official documentation.

Jodd Bundle

If you are already using many Jodd jars, you can simply use just one Jodd bundle jar. The one jar that bind them all:)

Building Jodd

Jodd is built with Maven 3. After cloning Jodd git repo, you can build the full release with:

mvn -P release

If you need to generate various reports after the successful build:

mvn -P post-release

To quickly build distribution jars (no tests are invoked):

mvn -P dist

That's all what you need to know;)

Versioning

Display plugin and dependency information:

mvn -N versions:display-plugin-updates
mvn -N versions:display-dependency-updates

Done.

Contributing

Feel free to contribute! Follow these steps:

First time only:

  • fork the Jodd repo (upstream) to your GitHub account (origin).
  • clone origin as your local repo

Every other time:

  • update both origin and local repos from upstream
  • create new branch for a feature or bug fix
  • commit often :)
  • once when work is done, push local changes to your origin
  • send us a pull request (PR)

We will pickup up from here:)

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