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Tuscany SVN structure has changed...



In order to simplify the Tuscany SVN structure and make it easier for users to find the active sub-projects the Tuscany community have changed the SVN structure as described below:

SCA 2.x

For SCA 2.x, which is based on the most recent drafts of OASIS SCA Specifications 1.1, you can find all the code (trunk, branches, tags, contrib) at [1], the SCA 1.x trunk is available at [2].

[1] https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/tuscany/sca-java-2.x/
[2] https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/tuscany/sca-java-2.x/trunk/

SCA 1.x

For SCA 1.x, which is based on the OSOA SCA Specifications 1.0, you can find all the code (trunk, branches, tags, contrib) at [3], the SCA 1.x trunk is available at [4].

[3] https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/tuscany/sca-java-1.x/
[4] https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/tuscany/sca-java-1.x/trunk

SDO

You can find all SDO code (trunk, branches, tags, contrib) at [5], the SDO trunk is available at [6] and the SDO Community Tests are now available at [7]

[5] https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/tuscany/sdo-java/
[6] https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/tuscany/sdo-java/trunk/
[7] https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/tuscany/sdo-java/trunk-cts/

DAS

You can find all DAS code (trunk, branches, tags, contrib) at [8] and the das trunk is available at [9].

[8] https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/tuscany/das-java/
[9] https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/tuscany/das-java/trunk/

Migrating your local checkouts

If you want to point your local svn checkout to the new source location, you could use svn switch :

cd [your local checkout]
svn switch [your new code location in svn]

Please send us an e-mail on the Tuscany mailing lists if you have questions and/or comments.

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Raymond Feng is a senior software engineer with IBM. He is now working on the Service Component Architecture (SCA) runtime implementation in Apache Tuscany project as a committer. Raymond has been developing SOA for more than 4 years and he was a key developer and team lead for WebSphere Process Server products since 2002.