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(New page: {{Backlink|Buckminster Project}} A BOM is the result of the resolution of a CQUERY. It contains exact versions and loc...)
 
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A [[Bill of Materials (Buckminster)|BOM]] is the result of the resolution of a [[Component Query (Buckminster)|CQUERY]]. It contains exact versions and locations of all components. A BOM is normally appointed by a [[MSPEC (Buckminster)|MSPEC]] that drives the materialization process.
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A [[Bill of Materials (Buckminster)|BOM]] is the result of the resolution of a [[Component Query (Buckminster)|CQUERY]]. It contains exact versions and locations of all components. A BOM is normally appointed by a [[Materialization Specification (Buckminster)|MSPEC]] that drives the materialization process.
  
 
You can find the XML-Schema for the BOM [http://www.eclipse.org/buckminster/schemas/metadata-1.0.xsd here].
 
You can find the XML-Schema for the BOM [http://www.eclipse.org/buckminster/schemas/metadata-1.0.xsd here].

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A BOM is the result of the resolution of a CQUERY. It contains exact versions and locations of all components. A BOM is normally appointed by a MSPEC that drives the materialization process.

You can find the XML-Schema for the BOM here.

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