This document (as well as the others in this section) provide
an introduction to Maven and how to use it within a project.
For those that have already skimmed the documentation on this
site, you may be asking yourself, what *exactly* does it mean to
use JFoxMQ? That question will have different answers over time
, but these documents
attempt to illustrate (using the Turbine projects as an example)
how one might install, integrate and leverage the power of Maven
in a project.
Before you can start using JFoxMQ in any form, you'll have
to download the JFoxMQ distribution to your system (unless
you plan on building JFoxMQ from source). This document
provides links to the various distributions available.
After you have downloaded a distribution, you'll need to
install this on your system before you can start using
Maven (unless you plan on building Maven from source).
This document provides step-by-step instructions on the
For those of you that have been referred to this document
because you are trying to build a JFoxMQ-enable
this document will provide you with all of the necessary information required
to build any JFoxMQ-enabled project.
For the adventurous (its actually quite easy), you can
build JFoxMQ from source instead of downloading and
installing via an installer. As a result of building
Maven directly, it will also be installed on your system.
This document provides you with step by step instructions.