To get started with the CORAL and COOL software, please refer to the PersistencyCMake page, which describes how to build the software using CMake and how to configure it and run some simple tests using the CMake-based infrastructure.

As of 2015, CMake has become the default way to build and configure CORAL and COOL. CMake is used for all new (ROOT6-based) releases.

Before 2015, CMT was the default way to build and configure CORAL and COOL. CMT is no longer actively used, except for executing CORAL_SERVER tests in ad hoc ATLAS HLT software stacks (until ATLAS fully moves to CMake too). CMT also remains the only way to build and configure CORAL and COOL for ROOT5-based stacks (support for which, however, has been discontinued in CORAL and COOL). Please refer to the OLDPersistencyCMT pags for legacy information about building and configuring CORAL and COOL with CMT.

-- AndreaValassi - 2016-02-22

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