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From David Nuescheler <david.nuesche...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: role of cqfs-3.5.6.jar and cqfs-jackrabbit-3.5.6.jar?
Date Sun, 28 Nov 2004 12:51:57 GMT
> Just out of curiosity, why does Jackrabbit depend on
> cqfs-3.5.6.jar  cqfs-jackrabbit-3.5.6.jar
the cqfs is a pure java unix-style-filesystem which 
stores all its files in a single "os-level" file.
in certain applications (like a content
repository) it is much faster to use cqfs rather
than your generic (especially windows) fs.

actually,  jackrabbit does not depend on it,
it can be referenced through configuration, in
repository.xml & workspace.xml.
it is used solely for "cheap & simple" 
performance improvement.

regards,
david
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