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The FileResourceStore stores class files in BASE_DIR/my.package.MyClass while
the rest of the Java world would expect it in BASE_DIR/my/package/MyClass.class.
To communicate with the rest of the Java world - in my case with XSP inside
Cocoon - it would be necessary to change the FileResourceStore accordingly.
When writing this I wonder what happens with non-to-be-compiled-resources. Their
name will be also converted to class file names, and - as long as the rest of
the Java world is not involved - they can be stored and read again - even if
their name will be garbled.