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This is an Angular web app to let you play BerryBots in a browser. You can try it on the web at: http://playberrybots.com The UI includes: * A code editor with nice colors and Lua syntax highlighting. * A configuration pane for selecting from a few of the sample stages (with pictures!), plus an opponent appropriate for the stage (if any). * A "starter kit", so you can begin by selecting from a few movement and targeting snippets. In a few clicks, you can have a pretty decent bot. * A "sample bots" gallery, so you can begin by browsing some of the sample bots and starting from their code. On submit, a Perl script saves your code, runs the BerryBots match (headless) on a server, saves the replay, and loads the replay URL in an iframe. To set this up yourself: * It's branched from angular-seed: https://github.com/angular/angular-seed So you might want to check its README too. First off, you'll need node.js and its package manager (npm) from http://nodejs.org/. * Once you have that, run: ~> npm install to get the dependencies ("node_modules" and "app/bower_components"). * Then you can do: * "npm start" to run the server locally: http://localhost:8000 * ...or "npm test" to run the unit tests. * ...or "npm run protractor" to run the end-to-end tests. * To actually serve it, copy app/* files to your web server, eg /var/www. * Compile the BerryBots 'webui' Makefile target from source on your server. ~> unzip ~/Downloads/berrybots_src_1.3.2.zip ~> cd berrybots ~/berrybots> ./configure --with-nodeps ~/berrybots> make webui * Copy the latest replay JS from BerryBots to the web UI replays directory. cp ~/berrybots/replays/*.js /var/www/replays * Update /var/www/cgi-bin/runmatch.pl to point to the BerryBots instance and web replays directories. * Modify permissions to ensure your web server can execute BerryBots, that the web replays directory is writeable, and that the files in cgi-bin are executable.