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About The Castor Project


About the Castor Project


About the Castor Project

The Castor project has been developed out of need: the need to get stuff done and the need to write useful code. It has been designed and coded over many cups of Dunkin Donut's Hazlenut coffee, Starbucks' Latte, and tall no-whip White Mochas, as proof that coffee beans do come in handy. A few rogue contributors prefer the sweetness of Coca Cola to the bitterness of coffee.

We maintain a full list of contributors past and present.

The Castor Project was started and originally developed by Keith Visco and Assaf Arkin of Intalio, Inc. Contributors are welcome to join this project. Please join us on the mailing list.

Castor makes use of and includes several third-party software components such as Xerces, Jakarta ORO, and Jakarta Regexp, all developed by the Apache Software Foundation. Castor also makes use of and includes the JUnit testing framework, which is only used in the build and testing components.

 
   
  
   
 


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