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From "Paul Merlin (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (ZEST-25) Project -> Source SDK -> Binary SDK
Date Sat, 13 Jun 2015 16:29:00 GMT

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Paul Merlin updated ZEST-25:
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    Description: 
Apache Software Foundation releases Source Tarballs only.

Our build system builds a source tarball, but it had a slightly different purpose, more like
a "reference" than the actual release.
Any binaries that we ship, are not really ASF releases, but convenience packages, and secondary
in nature to the source release.

THEREFOR, it is important that 
   -a. The current src/ directory where the source is built into in the tarball is removed
and moved up to its root level.- See 916cc4c
   b. Only what we consider "releasable" will be released in that source form
   c. That building from that distributed source files, accurately builds the binaries
   d. Instructions for downstream packagers on how to build (everyone doesn't know Gradle)

Once the binaries are built, both with Java 7 and Java, we need to verify that the SDK functions
as expected.

  was:
Apache Software Foundation releases Source Tarballs only.

Our build system builds a source tarball, but it had a slightly different purpose, more like
a "reference" than the actual release.
Any binaries that we ship, are not really ASF releases, but convenience packages, and secondary
in nature to the source release.

THEREFOR, it is important that 
   a. The current src/ directory where the source is built into in the tarball is removed
and moved up to its root level.
   b. Only what we consider "releasable" will be released in that source form
   c. That building from that distributed source files, accurately builds the binaries
   d. Instructions for downstream packagers on how to build (everyone doesn't know Gradle)

Once the binaries are built, both with Java 7 and Java, we need to verify that the SDK functions
as expected.


> Project -> Source SDK -> Binary SDK
> -----------------------------------
>
>                 Key: ZEST-25
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/ZEST-25
>             Project: Zest
>          Issue Type: Sub-task
>            Reporter: Niclas Hedhman
>
> Apache Software Foundation releases Source Tarballs only.
> Our build system builds a source tarball, but it had a slightly different purpose, more
like a "reference" than the actual release.
> Any binaries that we ship, are not really ASF releases, but convenience packages, and
secondary in nature to the source release.
> THEREFOR, it is important that 
>    -a. The current src/ directory where the source is built into in the tarball is removed
and moved up to its root level.- See 916cc4c
>    b. Only what we consider "releasable" will be released in that source form
>    c. That building from that distributed source files, accurately builds the binaries
>    d. Instructions for downstream packagers on how to build (everyone doesn't know Gradle)
> Once the binaries are built, both with Java 7 and Java, we need to verify that the SDK
functions as expected.



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