- User guide
- Classlib developers guide
- Developer guide
- Tester guide
- Porting guide
- Project development
- Papers & presentations
Getting the sources
For developing JNode you first need to get the sources. There are basically 3 possible ways to get them with different advantages and disadvantages. These possibilities contain:
- Getting the sources from our nightly build server. You can find a tar.bzip2 file from here. This is the fastest way to get the sources, but you should not use it for development as it makes it hard to update your local sources once modified.
- The second possibility is to use SVN, which is our main repository. SVN is easy to use but is a bit slow on the one hand and on the other hand you need access permissions to commit. For getting access permission one has to proove he's able to follow the JNode guidelines.
- For new developers the recommended way is to use git. We have a git repository that is kept in sync and makes it easy to create patches against trunk.
Have a look at the subpages for a more detailed description of the commands.