JBOOM: Java Based Object Oriented Model of Software Configuration Management
Bhavya Mehta and S. K. Muttoo
DOI : 10.3844/jcssp.2006.29.32
Journal of Computer Science
Volume 2, Issue 1
Most of the present Software Configuration Management systems deal with version and configurations in the form of files and directories, the need today is to have a Software Configuration Management system that handles versions and configurations directly in terms of functions (program module). A major objective of this research is the use of Java in the Software Configuration Management systems. An object-oriented language provides both design and implementation in an integrated manner. We have proposed a model that expresses change evolution in terms of class hierarchies. As the changes evolve so does the class hierarchy, it can be further extended and existing classes can be extended.
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