MSS Code Factory is hosted for downloads by SourceForge.net.
The GitHub.com source repositories are all located at https://github.com/msobkow.
I find the combination a handy way of getting source and builds out the door.
The 2.9 and 2.10 projects are now all under an Apache V2 license. Most of the code I rely on for my projects is under an Apache license; the same has been true of most work I did for employers or customers over the years. Therefore I have decided to abandon my GPL ideals and release the code under a practical license that encourages greater reuse.
The 2.9 documentation that gets delivered with the main project is complete. You can find an online copy of that documentation at Documentation for 2.9.
Note that you should be using the CFBam 2.9 Editor that is included with the main MSS Code Factory 2.9 distribution for editing your models, not the 2.10 release. The 2.10 release is development code, not production, and shouldn't be used with models you intend to manufacture.
Regarding the various installers: -installer has everything -database-installer has database scripts, JavaFX client, and server-side tools with initialization and test data -htmlserver-installer has .wars, JavaFX client, and test data -client-installer has just the JavaFX client.
Latest edu.princeton.wordnet.java (development) code: edu.princeton.wordnet.java 3.0.13825 License updated, copyright transferred to Princeton University
Latest internal code: MSS Code Factory 2.8.13903 Cpp/Hpp member renamed Include instead of Import
Latest production code: MSS Code Factory 2.9.13987 ConfigurationFile coded
Latest development code: MSS Code Factory CFSecurity 2.10.13988 ConfigurationFile coded
CFAccounting 1.2 has been split off from MSS Code Factory and is available at http://cfaccounting.sourceforge.net/.
Below are the 2016-11-17 updates of Apache.org Java projects that I expect to use for any of the MSS Code Factory projects. I have yet to refresh the project build files and distributions to use these latest downloads.