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The Aegis User Guide
contains information about how Aegis works, and the model
software development that Aegis embodies. It contains a
example, to lead new users through some example changes.
contains information about configuring the various
using Aegis. (See also Ralf's HTML version.) |
The Aegis Reference
contains all of the installation instructions, all of the
man pages, and a permuted index. (See
also Ralf's HTML version.) |
The Aegis How To contains
“how to” perform a number of tasks in Aegis.
(See also Ralf's HTML version.) |
This is the original conference paper about Aegis.
It gives a brief outline of the process and the benefits.
This paper talks about how to use Aegis for managing DNS
and for managing web pages. |
This paper talks about the build process for large
projects, and some of the pitfalls when using Make.
There is also a German translation available,
courtesy of CM Magazin.
The CVS Transition Guide contains information of
use to CVS users who are converting their project to use
Aegis, or who are thinking of doing do.
| || This
paper talks about software attributes for supporting
functional testing. |
Contains the documentation of internal Aegis API.
This documentation is generated from the source code
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