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The following is the initial structure proposed for the COSMOS CVS tree.
 
The following is the initial structure proposed for the COSMOS CVS tree.
  

Latest revision as of 14:23, 24 January 2007

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The following is the initial structure proposed for the COSMOS CVS tree.

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CVS is divided into five main components.

  • data-collection
  • data-reporting
  • examples
  • management-enablement
  • resource-modeling


Data Reporting

Packages under the data reporting component will have the following prefix

org.eclipse.cosmos.dr


Data Collection

Packages under the data collection component will have the following prefix

org.eclipse.cosmos.dc


Examples

Packages under the examples component will have the following prefix

org.eclipse.cosmos.examples

In addition, each distinct example will be contained within a sub-folder. This is illustrated in the current examples folder with the entry for Eclipse Con 07 (eclipseCon07). In cases where the there are sub-folders, the package prefix should be augmented with the folder name. Therefore, code and documents being checked into CVS for the Eclipse Con demo would have the following package prefix:

org.eclipse.cosmos.examples.eclipsecon07

Note: If the component name is long, then a reasonable abbreviated version may be used. An example would be the abbreviation of ‘dc’ for data-collection.


Management Enablement

Packages under the management enablement component will have the following prefix

org.eclipse.cosmos.me


Resource Modeling

Packages under the resource modeling component will have the following prefix

org.eclipse.cosmos.rm


Write access to the packages will be limited architecture team and to those who are actively working on the component. A noted exception is the examples package. All team members will be allowed read/write access.