Source Tree Composition
A typical problem of component-based applications is their complicated
construction and distribution. These tasks are complicated because the
structuring of a system in components usually remains visible at
construction and distribution-time. Consequently, each constituent component
has to be separately retrieved, compiled, installed and so on.
Source Tree Composition is a technique designed to solve this problem by merging source trees of individual
components. This yields self-contained implementations of software systems in which the
construction and distribution tasks of the constituent components are combined.
- 06 Apr 2003