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For a brief overview of CSPOT, please see the wiki at

https://github.com/MAYHEM-Lab/cspot/wiki

CSPOT depends on two other libraries

https://github.com/richwolski/euca-cutils.git https://github.com/MAYHEM-Lab/mio.git

The makefile for CSPOT assumes they are at the same level as the main cspot direcotry. To build in some directory

git clone https://github.com/richwolski/euca-cutils.git git clone https://github.com/MAYHEM-Lab/mio.git git clone https://github.com/MAYHEM-Lab/cspot.git

cd euca-cutils; make cd mio; make cd cspot; make

CSPOT requires CZMQ. If it isn't installed, there is a script (which must be run as root) in

cspot/zmq/install-zmq.sh

that will update the current installation and install the necessary dependencies under CentOS 7.

Also, Docker will need to be installed and running. Under CentOS 7, running as root

yum -y install docker systemctl start docker

All of the example applications codes ae in cspot/apps. The build model assumes that the host machine is running CentOS 7 (see the github wiki for details)

The build process creates a Docker image in the local Docker repo for CSPOT with ZeroMQ and CZMQ installed.
CZMQ is not supported as packages for CentOS 7 so the Dockerfile pulls it from github. Also, the default installation of CZMQ is in /usr/local/lib which is not set in the the default LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable for CentOS 7. Thus, to run any CSPOT binary on the host,

export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$LD_LIBRARY_PATH:/usr/local/lib

is necessary in the shell that launches the binary.

To enable rather verbose debugging in the CSPOT runtime, define DEBUG as a compile-time constant in the cspot source files and recompile.

The apps subdirectory contains several sample applications. Their function is documented on the CSPOT github wiki

https://github.com/MAYHEM-Lab/cspot/wiki

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