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From Andreas Veithen <>
Subject Re: About Axiom release 1.2.8. and onwards axiom.jar file on binaries folder
Date Sat, 04 Aug 2012 09:09:24 GMT
axiom.jar is an uber-JAR that contains the classes from axiom-api,
axiom-impl, axiom-dom and axiom-c14n. Also note that in Axiom 1.2.13,
some classes are included in both axiom-impl and axiom-dom, but with
different names, i.e. there is no 1:1 relationship between classes in
the JARs and classes in the source code.

BTW, if you are analyzing source code metrics, why do you look at the
JARs in the binary distribution?


On Sat, Aug 4, 2012 at 1:06 AM, Carlos Andrade <> wrote:
> Dears,
> I am working on a multi university project and we selected AXIOM to extract
> some metrics and perform statistical analysis on it over its last releases.
> I would very much appreciate if any of you could confirm to me what are the
> contents of axiom.jar that starts to appear after (inclusive) axiom 1.2.8 on
> the binaries folder. Is it a single jar that encapsulates axiom-api,
> axiom-dem, axiom-impl, axiom-c14n and axiom-integration? On axiom 1.2.7. we
> considered axiom-api, axiom-dem and axiom-impl to constitute the axiom files
> to be analyzed for source code metrics in our database since no axiom.jar
> file was available on its root directory. This is important to be verified
> since in case axiom.jar encapsulate the other jars, we would be biasing the
> metrics by duplicating the source files.
> Thank you very much for your attention,
> Carlos Andrade

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