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The Qi4j SDK http://www.qi4j.org
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THIS REPOSITORY IS NO LONGER ACTIVE. Please see http://zest.apache.org and/or http://github.com/Apache/zest-qi4j. Apache Zest was created in March 2015, and the Qi4j project is the primary subproject within Zest. You will find all the existing Qi4j stuff in there, including old documentation, source code history and so forth. Qi4j is Dead, Long live Apache Zest Qi4j # Welcome to the world of Qi4j - Composite Oriented Programming on the Java platform. This Qi4j SDK contains everything you need to create Qi4j applications. Qi4j started in 2007, and is still in heavy development. We would like developers around the world to participate in the advancement of this cool, new and challenging technology. We are especially interested in people willing to help improve the SDK, samples, tutorials, documentation and other supporting material. Please see http://qi4j.org for more information. Licensing --------- All Qi4j code is licensed under an Apache License. Third-Party Dependencies may be licensed under other terms. The only required dependencies are SLF4J (MIT Licence), ASM (BSD Licence) and Joda-Time (Apache Licence). Dependencies not included ------------------------- The binary distributions contains Qi4j artifacts only to keep the download size small. Each Qi4j artifact comes with a file prefixed ..-runtime-deps.txt that contains the list of its dependencies. Moreover, at the SDK root you'll find a Metalink file named qi4j-sdk-runtime-deps.metalink that you can use to download all needed dependencies jars. Metalink files can be downloaded using curl, aria2 and a lot of other download tools. Support in wget is coming. Finally, Qi4j TestSupport depends on JUnit 4.x and its dependencies, which is also not included in the SDK itself, as it is present among most Java developers. If you prefer to use a dependency management system, go to: http://qi4j.org/latest/howto-depend-on-qi4j.html Thank you for trying out Qi4j and Composite Oriented Programming. -- Qi4j Core Dev Team