| Downloaded source code to be run with Eclipse - now what? [message #1143316]
||Fri, 18 October 2013 05:34
| Anders Brotherus
Registered: October 2013
Hi all, |
I've done some simple Java projects with Eclipse recently, and now I'm trying to import, compile and run the ONE simulator to simulate a scenario of Delay-tolerant networking.
I suddenly realised I have no idea what to do to get from downloaded source code to a running program I then can develop further. I've found some tips from the README (see below), but need help with the really basics. The official instructions guide to launch compile.bat to automatically compile (and skip programs such as Eclipse completely?), but it turns out OS X doesn't support BAT files.
I'll attach the newest source code, downloaded from the simulator's homepage.
There's got to be a guide for this type of basic procedure somewhere - could someone kindly send me in the right direction?
Tips from README of the simulator:
"You can compile ONE from the source code using the included compile.bat
script. That should work both in Windows and Unix/Linux environment with
Java 6 JDK or later.
If you want to use Eclipse for compiling the ONE, since version 1.1.0 you need
to include some jar libraries in the project's build path. The libraries are
located in the lib folder. To include them in Eclipse, assuming that you have
an Eclipse Java project whose root folder is the folder where you extracted
the ONE, do the following: ..."
[Updated on: Fri, 18 October 2013 13:09]
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