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From dblev...@apache.org
Subject cvs commit: incubator-geronimo BUILDING.txt NOTICE.txt README.txt
Date Mon, 10 May 2004 20:03:02 GMT
dblevins    2004/05/10 13:03:02

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  -Welcome to Geronimo
  -===================
  -
  -To build me please install Maven from here - version b10 or later.
  -
  -	http://maven.apache.org/
  -
  -In addition you should have JDK 1.4.x installed with JAVA_HOME
  -environment defined to point to this JDK.
  -
  -In the following examples, '$>' is your prompt, so if you see 
  -'$>maven', at your prompt, type in 'maven' (without the quotes) 
  -and then press [enter].
  -
  -To build Geronimo running all of the unit test cases, compiling 
  -all the Geronimo sources and installing them in your local maven
  -repository:
  -
  -        $>maven
  -
  -To build and run the server, change into the assembly directory and
  -type:
  -	
  -        $>maven
  -        $>cd target
  -        $>java -jar bin/server.jar org/apache/geronimo/Server
  -
  -To stop the server use ctrl-C or an equivalent; a proper shutdown
  -command will be made available in a future release.  
  -(See http://wiki.apache.org/geronimo/Running for more information).
  -
  -To do a clean rebuild of Geronimo type
  -
  -        $>maven rebuild
  -
  -         -or (a slower option)-
  -
  -        $>maven clean
  -        $>maven
  -
  -To only build select modules (assumes that depends are installed
  -already):
  -
  -        $>maven -Dmodules=common,core
  -
  -To clean your workspace:
  -	
  -        $>maven clean
  -
  -NOTE: You need to build the server first for this to work due to 
  -      a problem with dependencies & the reactor.
  -
  -To removal all build generated files:
  -
  -        $>maven clobber
  -
  -For the HTML website:
  -
  -        $>maven site
  +======================================================
  +Apache Geronimo milestone build M1  (Apr 28, 2004)
  +
  +http://wiki.apache.org/geronimo
  +http://incubator.apache.org/geronimo
  +http://incubator.apache.org/projects/geronimo.html
  +------------------------------------------------------
  +
  +___________________
  +Documentation
  +===================
  + 
  + This README serves as five minute overview of Geronimo, but better
  + documentation can be found here:
  + 
  +   -  http://wiki.apache.org/geronimo/Deployment
  +   -  http://wiki.apache.org/geronimo/Running
  +   
  + Those are wiki pages that will be updated as we collect feedback from
  + this release.
  + 
  +___________________
  +Release Notes
  +===================
  +
  + Please read the RELEASE_NOTES for a complete list of thinigs that are
  + not yet functional.  We wrote those up to save you time trying to get
  + things to work we know are not implemented.
  + 
  +___________________
  +Installation
  +===================
  +
  + If you've downloaded and unpacked a binary distrobution of Geronimo,
  + then you are finished with installation.  If you downloaded a source
  + distrobution, then see the BUILDING.txt file for more instructions
  + before continuing any further.
  + 
  +___________________
  +Geronimo Home
  +===================
  + 
  + The GERONIMO_HOME directory, is the directory where the Geronimo
  + binary was unpacked or the it is the 'target' directory created by
  + Maven from a source distrobution.
  + 
  + If you unpacked the binary into the directory C:\incubator-geronimo,
  + for example, than this directory is your GERONIMO_HOME directory.
  + The GERONIMO_HOME directory is refered to in various parts of the
  + documentation, so it's good to remeber where it is.
  +
  +___________________
  +Deploying
  +===================
  +
  + The Geronimo deployment tool is packaged in the executable jar
  + bin/deployer.jar under the GERONIMO_HOME and can be executed like
  + this:
  +
  +   C:\incubator-geronimo> java -jar bin\deployer.jar --install --module myDataSource.rar
  +   C:\incubator-geronimo> java -jar bin\deployer.jar --install --module myEJB.jar
  +   C:\incubator-geronimo> java -jar bin\deployer.jar --install --module myWebapp.war
  +
  + Notice that the deployer.jar is capable of handling a number of
  + different archive types; rar, war, and ejb jar.  At this time ear
  + archives are not supported.
  +
  +___________________
  +Starting
  +===================
  +
  + The main server class is also packed in an executable jar,
  + bin/server.jar, and can be ran in a way similar to the deploy tool.
  +
  +   C:\incubator-geronimo> java -jar bin\server.jar  org/apache/geronimo/DebugConsole
  +   
  + I know what you're thinking, "Why does 'bin\server.jar' use
  + back-slashes and 'org/apache/geronimo/DebugConsole' use
  + forward-slashes?"  The answer is 'org/apache/geronimo/DebugConsole'
  + is a URI; a unique identifier that Geronimo uses to find the app you
  + want to start.  URI's use forward-slashes only, never back-slashes.
  + So, no matter what operating system your on, the URI will always look
  + similar to the one above.
  +
  +___________________
  +Support
  +===================
  + 
  + Any problems with this release can be reported to the Geronimo
  + mailing list or Jira issue tracker.
  +
  + Mailing list archive:
  + http://nagoya.apache.org/eyebrowse/SummarizeList?listId=140
  +
  + Mailing list subscription:
  + geronimo-dev-subscribe@incubator.apache.org
  +
  + Jira:
  + http://issues.apache.org/jira/secure/BrowseProject.jspa?id=10220 
  
  
  
  1.1                  incubator-geronimo/BUILDING.txt
  
  Index: BUILDING.txt
  ===================================================================
  Welcome to Geronimo
  ===================
  
  To build me please install Maven from here - version b10 or later.
  
  	http://maven.apache.org/
  
  In addition you should have JDK 1.4.x installed with JAVA_HOME
  environment defined to point to this JDK.
  
  In the following examples, '$>' is your prompt, so if you see 
  '$>maven', at your prompt, type in 'maven' (without the quotes) 
  and then press [enter].
  
  To build Geronimo running all of the unit test cases, compiling 
  all the Geronimo sources and installing them in your local maven
  repository:
  
          $>maven
  
  To build and run the server, change into the assembly directory and
  type:
  	
          $>maven
          $>cd target
          $>java -jar bin/server.jar org/apache/geronimo/Server
  
  To stop the server use ctrl-C or an equivalent; a proper shutdown
  command will be made available in a future release.  
  (See http://wiki.apache.org/geronimo/Running for more information).
  
  To do a clean rebuild of Geronimo type
  
          $>maven rebuild
  
           -or (a slower option)-
  
          $>maven clean
          $>maven
  
  To only build select modules (assumes that depends are installed
  already):
  
          $>maven -Dmodules=common,core
  
  To clean your workspace:
  	
          $>maven clean
  
  NOTE: You need to build the server first for this to work due to 
        a problem with dependencies & the reactor.
  
  To removal all build generated files:
  
          $>maven clobber
  
  For the HTML website:
  
          $>maven site
  
  
  
  1.1                  incubator-geronimo/NOTICE.txt
  
  Index: NOTICE.txt
  ===================================================================
  Apache Geronimo is an effort undergoing incubation at the Apache
  Software Foundation. Incubation is required of all newly accepted
  projects until a further review indicates that the infrastructure,
  communications, and decision making process have stabilized in a
  manner consistent with other successful ASF projects. While incubation
  status is not necessarily a reflection of the completeness or
  stability of the code, it does indicate that the project has yet to be
  fully endorsed by the ASF.
  
  
  

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