|tagger||Matthieu Morel <email@example.com>||Tue Jul 16 10:01:28 2013 +0200|
|author||Matthieu Morel <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Sun May 05 10:24:23 2013 +0200|
|committer||Matthieu Morel <email@example.com>||Sun May 05 10:55:37 2013 +0200|
Exclude javadoc from source release, ASL on README.txt files
S4 is a general-purpose,near real-time, distributed, decentralized, scalable, event-driven, modular platform that allows programmers to easily implement applications for processing continuous unbounded streams of data.
S4 0.5 focused on providing a functional complete refactoring.
S4 0.6 builds on this basis and brings several major improvements, in particular:
For the latest information about S4, please visit our website at:
Source code is available here: https://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf?p=incubator-s4.git
This only applies if you checkout from the source repository or if you download a released source package.
We use gradle
http://gradle.org as the build system, and we use the gradle wrapper script (
gradlew) in some of the S4 tools.
Instructions apply to source release downloads. When checking out from the git repository, the gradle wrapper is already available.
Gradle is not shipped with the source distribution of S4, so you'll need to :
gradlew.batscript and place
From the root directory of the S4 project:
This will build the packages and install the artifacts in the local maven repository.
Then, build the tools:
This will build the tools so that you can drive the platform through the “s4” command.
You may also run regression tests, after artifacts are installed:
If you checked out from the git repository:
If you have a source package:
If you have a binary package: