General questions about the OpenCIT

What is the OpenCIT
A short introduction can be found here. For further information please consult the user manual.

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Where can I find help?

The user manual contains basic information about the OpenCIT and how to use it. For further information please contact the respective mailing lists available here.

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What is the license?

The OpenCIT is licensed under the business friendly Apache License, Version 2.0.

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Where can I find the source code?

The source code is available at http://github.com/openengsb/opencit.

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Where can I file an issue?

Here is information about our issue tracking process. Please feel free to let us know about any bugs, issues or other problems you encounter. We are especially happy about feedback regarding the documentation of the OpenCIT project. If you have ideas how to improve the OpenCIT please contact us via the mailing list or feel free to create an issue.

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Development

How can I contribute to the OpenCIT project?

If you have an idea how the OpenCIT can be improved please contact us on the developer mailing list. Further information can be found here.

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Can I debug the OpenCIT source?

Yes; the moment you startup the OpenCIT using maven pax:provision (or one of the scripts using this command, such as the run script) you can attach a remote debugger to localhost:5005 (from Eclipse, or any other IDE of your choice). That's it.

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