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From Mike <mikro...@gmail.com>
Subject Chopping the codebase into bite-size pieces.
Date Fri, 13 Feb 2015 13:13:18 GMT
As part of shaking the rust from my aging memory, and with my minds-eye 
looking towards a more modular code experience for Jini/River, I drew up 
a small diagram of how things look to me/how I think the codebase could 
be chopped up into smaller sub-projects (with dependencies).


It might also be a little help to people confronting the rather daunting 
codebase for the first time, or even just for understanding more about 
the various pieces in there. Please let me know where I've missed things 
or got stuff egregiously wrong.

Random comments:

I would like to chop up the "lib" box into smaller pieces - perhaps 
sub-boxes for Jeri, Security, Activation, ServiceUI and General? "Utils" 
could probably also use more chopping open. In both cases I just haven't 
delved deep enough yet (and might never, depending where my wanderings 
take me.)

I'm not sure that lumping Phoenix and Start in with the reference 
services was a great idea; I just didn't want to multiply entities 

I'd suggest that something along these lines serves as a basis for 
modularising the codebase into smaller mind-sized sub-projects. How much 
interest is there in doing such a thing?

Anyway,... hope it may be of some use to someone.

PS/FWIW: I note that the ServiceUI APIDocs seem to have escaped the 
build/dist process somehow; at any rate they're not available via the 
online apidocs at https://river.apache.org/doc/api/

Mike Morris
EarthStuff: http://blog.mikro2nd.net/
TechStuff: http://onemikro2nd.blogspot.com/

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