Parts: See a need, fill a need

This section is a reference to all the Kamaelia components currently in the repositor. Whilst it is largely a component reference, it also contains the documentation from other files in Kamaelia.* . In Kamaelia.Support this is primarily supporting code rather than components, where as Kamaelia.Apps contains application specific docs from (mainly) components used in Kamaelia Applications. This page is generated largely automatically (manually initiated process) from the source files, and the documentation linked to from here is also generated automatically from the source files

Kamaelia docs : Kamaelia


All of these components are implemented using Axon - Kamaelia's core. You probably want to have a look over at the Axon documentation if you're writing new components.

Kamaelia Components

Application specific components are now at the end of the file, preceded by support code.

Support Code

These files do not contain Components, but are used with and useful for components.


Application Specific Components


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Got a problem with the documentation? Something unclear that could be clearer? Want to help improve it? Constructive criticism is very welcome - especially if you can suggest a better rewording!

Please leave you feedback here in reply to the documentation thread in the Kamaelia blog.

-- Automatic documentation generator, 05 Jun 2009 at 03:01:38 UTC/GMT


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