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LCG App. Area
The goal of the project is to provide:
The reason for such a Process & Infrastructure project is to have a homogeneity in the development of the different packages of the application area.
The reference for work of the project are the requirements specified in the document RTAG2 Final Report (6 May 2002): Managing LCG Software.
The project will deliver standard tools and templates for the different
activities of software development (specification, design, development,
1.3 Known problems and restrictionsThe project aims at providing an infrastructure for the LHC Application Area projects but its work will be available to all CERN experiments that want to use its services. Priority will be given to the LCG project when resources will be overloaded.
1.4 Repository of the project
The CVS repository is reachable via a browser at the CVS repository interface.
2 Technology surveys
2.3 External references
Thoughts on Software process by T.Wenaus.
Thoughts on policy, process methodology, iterative development, coding, release process, automated builds, testing, software distribution and central support, platforms, coding standards and conventions, software metrics, documentation, tools, meetings and workshops, roles, immediate tasks, immediately needed facilities and infrastructure.
3 SPI Infrastructure
3.1 CVS repository structure overview
The SPI project repository is organized in the following way:
Components: Components on which SPI is working on.
Services: Services on which SPI is working on.
SpiInfrastructure: Development documents and artifacts used by the SPI project.
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Mailing list of the LCG Application Area
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This section contains links to the documents of each general service and components.
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All components are under review and discussion after the 12.9.2002 meeting.