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An [[Buckminster CSPEC Artefact|artefact]] is a component private, named collection, of files and/or folders. A component is initially constituted of artefacts and its [[Buckminster CSPEC Action|actions]] and [[Buckminster CSPEC Export|exports]] may produce additional artefacts.
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An [[Buckminster CSPEC Artifact|artifact]] is a [[Component Attribute (Buckminster)|Component Attribute]]. It is used in a [[Buckminster Component Specification|CSPEC]] to declare a component attribute that has one or several paths as its value.
 
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Artefacts are often links in the dependency chain implied within a component. Although the artefact as such is private it is often included in one or several [[Buckminster CSPEC Export|exports]].
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Lie all component attributes, artifacts can be declared to be private (to the component), or public (can be refered to by all other components).
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==Examples==
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Revision as of 05:10, 26 October 2006

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Definition

An artifact is a Component Attribute. It is used in a CSPEC to declare a component attribute that has one or several paths as its value.

Description

Lie all component attributes, artifacts can be declared to be private (to the component), or public (can be refered to by all other components).

Examples

Examples wanted

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