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Getting Started
===============
-Thanks to `Apache Buildr`_, it is quite simple to build the GLL Combinators
-library into a fully-realized JAR. Note that you will need Buildr 1.3.4 (or later)
-installed, otherwise the build will fail while attempting to run the test suite.
-You can create the library JAR by running the following command::
-
- buildr package
-
-This will produce a file of the form ``gll-combinators-0.3.0.jar`` (where "``0.3.0``"
-is the current version number) in the ``target/`` directory. Note that this
-command will also invoke the test suite, failing if any of the tests are
-unsuccessful. You can by-pass the test suite by appending the ``test=no`` option
-to the command given above.
-
-If you are using Buildr or Maven2, it may be easier to simply install the GLL
-Combinators framework into your local repository (by default, ``~/.m2/repository/``).
-This is easily accomplished by using the following command::
-
- buildr install
-
-Once this installation is complete, you should be able to reference the library
-using a ``groupId`` of "``edu.uwm.cs``", an ``artifactId`` of "``gll-combinators``"
-and the relevant version number (can be found in ``buildfile`` at the root of
-the project). If you are using Buildr, the full artifact descriptor would be
-"``edu.uwm.cs:gll-combinators:jar:0.3.0``" (for version **0.3.0**). If you are
-using Maven2, you will want to add the following snippet to your POM file::
-
- <dependency>
- <groupId>edu.uwm.cs</groupId>
- <artifactId>gll-combinators</artifactId>
- <version>0.3.0</version>
- </dependency>
-
+Simply install the GLL Combinators framework into your local
+repository (by default, ``~/.ivy2/cache/``). This is easily
+accomplished by using the following command::
+
+ sbt publish-local
+
Once the JAR is on your CLASSPATH, you should have the following packages available
for use:
-* ``edu.uwm.cs.gll`` -- The complete public interface for the framework.
-* ``edu.uwm.cs.util`` -- A number of useful utility classes used internally. Should
+* ``com.codecommit.gll`` -- The complete public interface for the framework.
+* ``com.codecommit.util`` -- A number of useful utility classes used internally. Should
not be considered as part of the stable API.
-.. _`Apache Buildr`: http://buildr.apache.org
-
-
Fundamentals
------------

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