Source code of a released version is contained in its distribution,
but you can also obtain the current development snapshot anonymously via CVS.
(Press Enter -- blank password)
cvs checkout -P pbeans
The following has been tried with Eclipse 3.1, and is the recommended way to obtain
pBeans source code from CVS:
- Create a new workspace, e.g. c:\Eclipse-Workspaces\pbeans.
- Right-click the Package Explorer, and select New/Project/CVS/Projects From CVS.
- Enter the following information when prompted:
Repository path: /cvsroot/pbeans
Password: (leave blank)
Connection type: pserver
- Press Next. You'll be asked for a module name. Enter
- Press Next and then press Finish.
To check that your changes have not broken pBeans: Run
RegressionTest under examples/regression.
To build pbeans.jar: Right-click build.xml and select
To submit your changes as a patch: Right-click project
Create Patch. The defaults
there are enough to put the patch in the system clipboard. You may submit pBeans
patches at this SourceForge page.
For more extensive contributions: You need to
ask the current project maintainer for developer access to the
SourceForge project. Then you need to check out the CVS module with
your SourceForge username and password, using the
method instead of the
The source code of pBeans is released under the
Apache Software License 2.0 or a later version of
your choice. (Note that this project is
not associated with Apache.)