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Project Kairos


Getting Started

The following prerequisites are necessary to get started :

  • Java JDK
  • Cappuccino >= 0.9.5 (Optional)
  • mongodb >= 2.0.2

1) Java On Macos java is installed by default so normally you have nothing to do except launching at least once a java application(you can for instance enter java -version inside a terminal) On linux you can use your package manager to install the latest java version, just make sure you are using the Sun/Oracle version and not the OpenJDk because the code is using some imap classes only available in Sun SDK.

2) Cappuccino
In a temporary folder please enter the following command:

curl >/tmp/
sudo bash /tmp/

and follow the installer instructions.
At the end of install, please add cappuccino to your shell path :
export PATH=/usr/local/narwhal/bin:${PATH}

3) MongoDB Download, install and run mongodb with default configuration. Check that it is working (run "mongo" client from console and ensure that it successfully can connect to localhost). No need to create and pre-fill DB collections and etc, later when you will start and use server part of kairos, it will create all needed data automatically on-demand in mongo DB. So default configuration of mongodb is enough to begin.

So once you have installed all the tools above a typical shell configuration(macos) looks like this:

# Java 
export JAVA_HOME="/System/Library/Frameworks/JavaVM.framework/Home"
# export PATH="${JAVA_HOME}/bin:${PATH}" # On MacOS java is already in path so no need to add it

# Cappuccino  
export PATH=/usr/local/narwhal/bin:$PATH  

# MongoDB
export PATH=/usr/local/mongodb-osx-x86_64-2.0.2/bin:$PATH  

export PATH=/usr/local/idea-IC-111.69/bin:${PATH}  

Getting Sources

$> git clone
$> cd kairos


$> mongod --dbpath data/db
$> gradlew jettyRun

Now open your browser and go to http://localhost:8080

Et voila! You should see the current status of the project.

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