The Shore Software distribution consists of documentation, binary, and source releases. These are briefly described below. Additional information is available in the installation manual.
The documentation release consists of HTML and Postscript versions (in docs.html/ and docs.ps/, respectively) of the following documents:
In addition, source code for example programs, including an implementation of the OO7 Benchmark, is included in the examples directory.
Shore binary releases are made for SPARC and X86 Solaris only.
A binary release consists of the SDL compiler, run-time library to be linked with applications, the Shore Server executable, and utilities for mounting the Shore File System as an NFS file system. In addition, the libraries and header files for the Shore Storage Manager are included. The binary release is available with and without internal debugging support. The differences between the two are as follows:
The source release contains the source tree and tools for building everything in the binary release.