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README.md

eID STS Project

Introduction

This project contains the source code tree of eID STS.

The source code is hosted at: https://github.com/e-Contract/sts

The Maven project site is hosted at e-contract.be: https://www.e-contract.be/sites/sts/

Issues can be reported via github: https://github.com/e-Contract/sts/issues

Also check out the eID Applet mailing list for announcements: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/eid-applet

Getting Started

A good entry point for using the eID STS project is the Maven project site.

https://www.e-contract.be/sites/sts/

Requirements

The following is required for compiling the eID STS software:

  • Oracle Java 1.7.0_80 or 1.8.0_45
  • Apache Maven 3.3.3

Commons eID runs on Java 7+.

Build

The project can be build via:

mvn clean install

License

The source code of the eID STS Project is licensed under GNU LGPL v3.0. All source code files remain under control of the GNU LGPL v3.0 license unless otherwise decided in the future by ALL eID STS Project copyright holders. The license conditions can be found in the file: LICENSE.txt

Style Guide

Summary: "Eclipse Default Java Formatting"

Rationale:

Different code formatting wreaks havoc on diffs after commit: Everything looks changed all the time. I've added the java-formatter plugin to the main pom for this reason.

http://maven-java-formatter-plugin.googlecode.com/svn/site/0.4/plugin-info.html

Usage:

mvn -e com.googlecode.maven-java-formatter-plugin:maven-java-formatter-plugin:format

Using this leaves everyone free to have their own favorite formatting in e.g. IDE's while still having a common formatting in the repository.