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 About this README
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This README is intended to provide quick and to-the-point documentation for
technical users intending to compile parts of Guacamole themselves.

Source archives and pre-built .war files are available from the files section
of the main project page:
 
    http://sourceforge.net/projects/guacamole/files/

A full manual is provided on the Guacamole web site:

    http://guac-dev.org/


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 What is guacamole-client?
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guacamole-client is the superproject containing all Maven-based projects that
make Guacamole, an HTML5 web application that provides access to your desktop
using remote desktop protocols.

guacamole-client is used to build the subprojects that make up Guacamole, and
to provide a common central repository. Each project contained here is
completely independent of guacamole-client and can be built separately, though
the others may have to be built first. If all projects are built using
guacamole-client, Maven will take care of the proper build order.


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 Compiling and installing Guacamole
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Guacamole is built using Maven. Building Guacamole compiles all classes and
packages them into a deployable .war file. This .war file can be installed
and deployed under servlet containers like Apache Tomcat or Jetty.

1) Run mvn package

    $ mvn package

    Maven will download any needed dependencies for building the .jar file.
    Once all dependencies have been downloaded, the .war file will be
    created in the guacamole/target/ subdirectory of the current directory.

2) Copy the .war file as directed in the instructions provided with
   your servlet container.

   Apache Tomcat, Jetty, and other servlet containers have specific and
   varying locations that .war files must be placed for the web
   application to be deployed.

   You will likely need to do this as root.


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 Reporting problems
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Please report any bugs encountered by opening a new issue in the JIRA system
hosted at:
    
    http://glyptodon.org/jira/