JBuilder and Eclipse

JBuilder and Eclipse

Post by rao.y.mann » Fri, 14 Mar 2008 04:28:54


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1. Is there a project file for eclipse that I can import and build
for ptII-7.0?
2. Is there a similar project file for Jbuilder Enterprise-2005?
3. I am looking for a consolidated project file with all the needed
libraries
4. I am not using CVS.
5. Is there a build.xml file for 7.0 that I can use with ant?
6. Has anyone tried to export ptII-7.0 project to an ant build file
(in eclipse)?
7. If I am not interested in some domains (or code generation for
example) is there an easier way to pick only (e.g. DE domain alone) the
required?

Thanks

Rao


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JBuilder and Eclipse

Post by cxh » Fri, 14 Mar 2008 05:39:20

Hi Rao,


http://www.yqcomputer.com/
Eclipse instructions are at
http://www.yqcomputer.com/


We don't have JBuilder infrastructure


I think the Eclipse instructions will help. The basic version
of Ptolemy will build without downloading much more than Java.
See $PTII/doc/install.htm


We have regular tar snapshots on
http://www.yqcomputer.com/
It looks like the links are broken, I'll take a look.

In the short term, please try Ptolemy II 7.0.beta
http://www.yqcomputer.com/


We don't supply an ant build.xml file for Ptolemy.
The Kepler project has a build-ptolemy.xml file that works for
them, though I find it a little copy-happy - it seems to copy
lots of files around.


I have not tried it. Locally, we use configure and make so that
we can determine what extensions are available etc.


We try to keep the domains and other parts fairly modular.

In make, you can edit the makefiles, for example
ptolemy/domains/makefile

Ptolemy has a runtime configuration system that can be used to make
only certain domains visible at runtime.

From the command line, try
$PTII/bin/vergil -ptiny
to get just SDF, DE and other well defined domains, it does
not include code generation.

You can also exclude directories within Eclipse.

_Christopher

Christopher Brooks (cxh at eecs berkeley edu) University of California
Chess Executive Director US Mail: 337 Cory Hall #1774
Programmer/Analyst Chess/Ptolemy/Trust Berkeley, CA 94720-1774
ph: 510.643.9841 fax:510.642.2718 (office: 400A Cory)
home: (F-Tu) 707.665.0131 (W-F) 510.655.5480



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JBuilder and Eclipse

Post by jone » Fri, 14 Mar 2008 06:43:47

Yes, it is copy-happy on the ant build, which slows the ant build down
quite a bit. We originally did this to accommodate ant token
substitution in the build. But now we've eliminated all of those
tokens, and so no longer have a need to copy the source during the ant
build. We just haven't gotten around to cleaning up the build.xml for
kepler and the build-ptolemy.xml for ptolemy to point them directly at
the source directories. Relatively simple changes would be required to
change this.

Matt




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