[cap-talk] Using the wiki in the Waterken Server download
tyler.close at gmail.com
Sun Dec 4 16:36:44 EST 2005
On 12/4/05, Sandro Magi <smagi at naasking.homeip.net> wrote:
> Thanks for the pointer. Perhaps I was just confused since
> list an actual package called "wiki". Is there any correspondance
> between this API listing and the source organization?
Yes, if the interface is implemented by Java code, the corresponding
Java source is located at the same path, relative to the java/ folder.
For example, the Java interfaces corresponding to the schemas at
<http://yurl.org/> are at <java/org/yurl/>. There is no Java code
corresponding to the schemas at <http://yurl.org/wiki/>. These schemas
simply describe the layout of XML that gets passed around in the wiki
application. There is no need for any corresponding Java code, and so
there is none; which explains why it was so hard for you to find it.
The web-calculus is the union of REST and capability-based security:
Name your trusted sites to distinguish them from phishing sites.
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