Master Product Sources
This document catalogues the master sources for the Memory Pool System project. (See [RB 1999-05-20, 8] for a discussion of master sources, versions, and releases.)
This document will be modified as the master sources are developed.
The readership of this document is the project developers, and also anyone interested in the project.
This document is not confidential.
The master sources are everything which is used to construct the product and everything which is developed as the product develops, and must therefore be branched and maintained in product versions.
||The "read me" file for the sources, with a basic introduction on getting started with the MPS Kit. Start here.|
||Procedures: building releases, etc.|
||Automated tools for building and maintaining the product.|
||The open source license for the MPS Kit.|
|[RB 1999-05-20]||"Product Quality through Change Management"; Richard Brooksby; Geodesic Systems; 1999-05-20; <URL: http://www.ravenbrook.com/doc/1999/05/20/pqtcm/>.|
|2002-05-23||RB||Updated to open source license. Added design documents and top-level text files.|
|2002-06-07||NB||remove mminfo and mmdoc links, which are out-of-date.|
|2002-06-17||RB||Removed notice about confidential materials, now that they have been removed.|
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