= An Open Requirements Engineering Tool = == User's manual == * ON reasoning * To use the decreasoner (a platform-specific 3rd party tool), you need to copy every precompiled file under the project subfolder "Examples/Events/binary/<platform>/*" to "Examples/events/" * To initially enable the decreasoner reasoning for argumentation, define the system property openpf.argument.reasoning, using one of the following ways: * MacOSX: open Eclipse.app --args -vmargs -Dopenpf.argument.reasoning * Linux/Windows eclipse -vmargs -Dopenpf.argument.reasoning * And alternatively use the following line in the config.ini: echo openpf.argument.reasoning= >> configuration/config.ini * Similarly, to monitor the files the physical Examples folders (for Miki), define the system property "openpf.monitor" * If you haven't initialise the property, then at the runtime, the reasoning feature can be enabled in the Windows > Preferences (windows/linux), or Eclipse > Preferences (mac). Under the "Argument / Reasoning" preference categorty, you can toggle the feature. == Developer's Manual == * To develop OpenPF/OpenOME inside the Eclipse IDE, you need the following steps: * checkout the code for openpf: git svn clone -r HEAD https://computing-research.open.ac.uk/repos/openpf/trunk openpf If you are behind a proxy server, you need to change the configuration file $HOME/.subversion/servers, for example: [global] http-proxy-host = wwwcache.open.ac.uk http-proxy-port = 80 * For the latest code of openome, see Appendix A. * Install the Eclipse IDE. To simplify the development, we currently use the script "IDE/pf-3.6.sh" to install all necessary dependent products. Alternative step please see Appendix B. * Run Eclipse ./pf.sh (if you already installed the minimal set of plugins for the openpf development by following the above installation script; or ./develop (if you want to use the SDK preinstalled under $HOME/SDK/3.6pf folder). * The following menu/dialog options are used to develop for the first time: * import the projects from the workspace File > Import ... > General > Existing Projects into the workspace > Next > Browse > OK > Finish * change the compiler settings for the restricted API usages Window > Preferences > Java > Compiler > Errors/Warnings > Deprecated and restricted API > Forbidden references (access rules) > Error => Warning > OK > Yes * Run the product: Project Explorer > problem > Double click at the pf.product file > Testing > Launch an Eclipse Application == Maintainer's Manual == * Run the headless script to build locally: cd build.x86_64 (or cd build.macosx) build.sh * It is now continously integrated on the sead1 server: any commit to subversion repository trunk/workspace will trigger a rebuilt of the binaries. Enjoy Problem Solving, Yijun Yu Appendix A. Checkout OpenOME * Currently we are using one version of openome. You can checkout its latest development from: git svn clone -r HEAD https://se.cs.toronto.edu/svn/trac/ome/trunk/workspace ../openome-workspace * Note for the checkout access, please ask Jennifer Horkoff <mailto:email@example.com> at the University of Toronto to get the permission Appendix B. Full Installation of dependencies Here are a list of update sites that are necessary if you want to prepare the IDE yourself: * Suppose you have installed the Modeling Tools, e.g., eclipse-modeling-helios-incubation-linux-gtk.tar.gz * Then you still need to do the following: * Select the following features from Help > Install Modeling component Acceleo Xtext GMF * Install the epsilon/emfatic tools http://www.scharf.gr/eclipse/emfatic/update/ http://download.eclipse.org/modeling/gmt/epsilon/updates/ * Install Viatra2 tools http://viatra.inf.mit.bme.hu/update/R3.1 * Install the SWTBot testing tools http://download.eclipse.org/technology/swtbot/helios/dev-build/update-site * Install LittleJil plugins: http://laser.cs.umass.edu/eclipse/visualjil/ http://laser.cs.umass.edu/eclipse/ljanalysis http://laser.cs.umass.edu/documentation/propelinstall/ which has a dependency on WST http://download.eclipse.org/webtools/downloads/drops/R3.2.2/R-3.2.2-20100915173744 * Alternatively, all these dependent plugins can be found at: http://sead1.open.ac.uk/pf/development-kit/eclipse-SDK-more-required-products.zip But you have to use the "IDE/pf-3.6.sh" to install it properly, unpack them to the dropsin folder won't work.
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