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The purely functional software deployment model

@inproceedings{Dolstra2006ThePF,
  title={The purely functional software deployment model},
  author={E. Dolstra},
  year={2006}
}
Software deployment is the set of activities related to getting software components to work on the machines of end users. It includes activities such as installation, upgrading, uninstallation, and so on. Many tools have been developed to support deployment, but they all have serious limitations with respect to correctness. For instance, the installation of a component can lead to the failure of previously installed components; a component might require other components that are not… Expand
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