Project Information

This document provides an overview of the various documents and links that are part of this project's general information. All of this content is automatically generated by Maven on behalf of the project.


Document Description
About License3j is a Java library that can be used to create and check license files. This way Java programs can enforce the users to compensate their use of the software in the form of a payment. This is the usual way when closed source programs are distributed. License management alone does not guarantee that the program will not be stolen, pirated or used in any illegal way. However license management may increase the difficulty to use the program illegal and therefore may drive users to become customers. There is another effect of license management, which is legal. Using license management illegal users have less probability to successfully claim their use was based on the lack or false knowledge of license conditions. License3j is an open source license manager that you can use free of charge. The license terms covered by LGPL.
Source Repository This is a link to the online source repository that can be viewed via a web browser.
Plugin Management This document lists the plugins that are defined through pluginManagement.
Mailing Lists This document provides subscription and archive information for this project's mailing lists.
Issue Tracking This is a link to the issue management system for this project. Issues (bugs, features, change requests) can be created and queried using this link.
Project Plugins This document lists the build plugins and the report plugins used by this project.
Project Summary This document lists other related information of this project
Dependencies This document lists the project's dependencies and provides information on each dependency.
Project License This is a link to the definitions of project licenses.
Project Team This document provides information on the members of this project. These are the individuals who have contributed to the project in one form or another.
Continuous Integration This is a link to the definitions of all continuous integration processes that builds and tests code on a frequent, regular basis.