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FarCry Release WIKI

Who Should Be Reading This WIKI

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The Release WIKI is aimed at developers maintaining the various FarCry distributions, and those interested in how to get access to distributions via Subversion. Everyone else should be downloading from the FarCry public site, or reading documentation at the FarCry Documentation WIKI

While the FarCry Core Framework is standalone, we release several specific distributions to make life easy for developers. Each distribution includes an installer with sample projects and a specific set of plugins chosen to complement the purpose of the specific distribution. For example, the community CMS distribution. If in doubt developers should be downloading and using a release – it's just nice and easy that way (smile)

FarCry Community Distro

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The truly awesome FarCry CMS distribution. If in doubt, this is the release you want to take home.

Contents
  • core
  • ./plugins/farcrycms
  • ./plugins/farcryverity
  • ./plugins/farcrysolr
Subversion Access Details

FarCry Developer Distro

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The perfect distro for FarCry developers. If you want to get your hands dirty building a FarCry application, or extending the CMS release then this distro is for you.

Contents
  • core
  • ./plugins/farcrycms
  • ./plugins/farcryverity
  • ./plugins/farcrysolr
  • ./plugins/farcrydoc
  • ./plugins/testMXUnit
Subversion Access Details

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Everything below here is a "work in progress".

Railo Distro

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This is essentially the Community Distro but prepped for the Railo App store.

Contents
  • core
  • ./plugins/farcrycms
  • ./plugins/farcryverity
  • ./plugins/farcrysolr

NearCry Distro

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Still resolving a variety of issues to make this solution ready "out of the box". Needs to much "tailoring" for general consumption at this time.

Contents
  • core
  • ./plugins/farcryblog
  • ./plugins/farcrycomments

Forum Distro

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This project is in the early ALPHA stage.

Contents
  • core
  • the forum plugin suite

Distributions

  • explain how core is versioned
  • explain how plugins are versioned in the context of core
  • explain the different distributions
  • refer to various ways you can get hold of core
  • link to the installation of core for various versions
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