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From "Vincent Tence (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Commented: (DIR-103) Unifying projects and subprojects names
Date Sat, 19 Feb 2005 14:56:49 GMT
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Vincent Tence commented on DIR-103:

Authx has been updated. Sandbox is gone and the global directory sandbox will be used instead.
Core/api and Core/impl became api and impl.

The structure is now much simplier:

> Unifying projects and subprojects names
> ---------------------------------------
>          Key: DIR-103
>          URL:
>      Project: Directory
>         Type: Improvement
>     Reporter: Emmanuel Lecharny
>     Priority: Trivial

> Directory project contains 9 projects, 33 sub-projects and 16 sub-sub-project. This is
quite complicated, but could be easier if a standard rule appliy to all those projects.
> Projects are : apacheds, asn1, authx, ldap, naming, network, protocols (and to a certain
extent sandbox + sitedocs). Names are OK
> Every sub-project level name is prefixed by its higher level project : ldap-clients,
authx-impl, etc. Some are not :
>  - maven-directory-plugin in APACHEDS project (the directory's name is also different
: plugin)
>  - stub-compiler in ASN1 project
>  - two authx projects are sub-sub-project : authx-api & authx-impl, are can be find
in a "core" subdirectory
>  - authx sandbox may belongs to the upper SANDBOW project ?
>  - apache-ldapber-provider in LDAP (could be ldap-ber-provider ?)
>  - apseda, mina & sedang are sub-project of the NETWORK project. (network-apseda,
network-mina, network-sedang ?)
>  - protocol's subproject are not prefixed with "protocol", but we can live without (dns,
dhcp and ntp are obvious protocols projects, but what about changepw? )
>      - each of these protocol has prefixed sub-sub-project, but "main" : dns-core, dns-protocol
BUT dns (which directory's name is main).

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