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Akka/Scala example source code file (index.rst)

This example Akka source code file (index.rst) is included in my "Source Code Warehouse" project. The intent of this project is to help you more easily find Akka and Scala source code examples by using tags.

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The index.rst Akka example source code

.. _akka-contrib:

External Contributions

This subproject provides a home to modules contributed by external developers
which may or may not move into the officially supported code base over time.
The conditions under which this transition can occur include:

* there must be enough interest in the module to warrant inclusion in the
  standard distribution,
* the module must be actively maintained and
* code quality must be good enough to allow efficient maintenance by the Akka
  core development team

If a contributions turns out to not “take off” it may be removed again at a
later time.

Caveat Emptor

A module in this subproject doesn't have to obey the rule of staying binary
compatible between minor releases. Breaking API changes may be introduced in
minor releases without notice as we refine and simplify based on your feedback.
A module may be dropped in any release without prior deprecation. The Typesafe
subscription does not cover support for these modules.

The Current List of Modules

.. toctree::


Suggested Way of Using these Contributions

Since the Akka team does not restrict updates to this subproject even during
otherwise binary compatible releases, and modules may be removed without
deprecation, it is suggested to copy the source files into your own code base,
changing the package name. This way you can choose when to update or which
fixes to include (to keep binary compatibility if needed) and later releases of
Akka do not potentially break your application.

Suggested Format of Contributions

Each contribution should be a self-contained unit, consisting of one source
file or one exclusively used package, without dependencies to other modules in
this subproject; it may depend on everything else in the Akka distribution,
though. This ensures that contributions may be moved into the standard
distribution individually. The module shall be within a subpackage of

Each module must be accompanied by a test suite which verifies that the
provided features work, possibly complemented by integration and unit tests.
The tests should follow the :ref:`developer_guidelines` and go into the
``src/test/scala`` or ``src/test/java`` directories (with package name matching
the module which is being tested). As an example, if the module were called
``akka.contrib.pattern.ReliableProxy``, then the test suite should be called

Each module must also have proper documentation in `reStructured Text`_ format.
The documentation should be a single ``<module>.rst`` file in the
``akka-contrib/docs`` directory, including a link from ``index.rst`` (this file).

.. _reStructured Text:

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