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CORMAS (COmmon pool Ressources and Multi-Agent Simulations)

Build Status

This is an ongoing effort to port CORMAS to Pharo ecosystem: http://www.pharo.org/ Current stable version of CORMAS is based on VisualWorks 7.6 and can be found on: http://cormas.cirad.fr/indexeng.htm

Some documentation (to be cleaned and reorganized) about Cormas is available on the Wiki here: https://github.com/cormas/documentation

If you want to contribute to CORMAS please read : https://github.com/cormas/cormas/blob/master/CODE_OF_CONDUCT.md

How to install Cormas

  • Download a Pharo 6.1 image+VM depending of your platform: http://pharo.org/download
  • Load Cormas: Open Pharo 6.1 image then click anywhere to open the main menu. Choose Playground to execute the following script. Paste the script below in Playground, select all then right-click and choose Do it to execute this.
Metacello new
	onWarningLog;
	repository: 'github://cormas/cormas/repository';
	baseline: 'Cormas';
	load.

All packages load into the Cormas-* package names.

If you want to contribute code to CORMAS, this is better to follow the contributing guide: https://github.com/cormas/cormas/blob/master/CONTRIBUTING.md

How to install with Command Line interface (CLI)

You can install CORMAS through Unix command line. It works as follow:

mkdir mydir
cd mydir
curl https://get.pharo.org | bash
./pharo Pharo.image eval "Metacello new onWarningLog; repository: 'github://cormas/cormas/repository'; baseline: 'Cormas'; load. Smalltalk snapshot: true andQuit: true"

Licence

Cormas is licensed under MIT. See : http://opensource.org/licenses/MIT

Where to discuss about CORMAS

Join us on the cormas-dev mailing-list: http://groups.google.com/group/cormas-dev