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Bid Optimizer

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  • Installing on Windows

  • Windows git has graphical interface

  • Add global settings - put in редактировать-настройки user name: ... email: ....


Basic workflow:

  1. install git
  2. clone dev branch to your computer: git clone
  3. add, change files
  4. pull current state of the branch from repository (git pull origin dev)
  5. resolve conflicts if branch wasn't auto-merged
  6. pull current state from repository again to check conflicts (git pull origin dev)
  7. push changes to the repository: git push origin master
  8. continue adding and changing files

Eclipse 3.7

Eclipse 3.7:

Scala IDE for Eclipse

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  • JDK 5 or JDK 6 (JDK 7 can be used with some caveats).
  • Eclipse, including the JDT. “Eclipse Classic” is sufficient, but any Eclipse package can be used.
  • Both Eclipse 3.6 (Helios) and Eclipse 3.7 (Indigo) are supported.


  • JDK 5 or JDK 6 (JDK 7 can be used with some caveats)
  • Eclipse, including the JDT. Eclipse Classic is sufficient
  • Both Eclipse 3.6 (Helios) and Eclipse 3.7 (Indigo) are supported

I tried it wiht Eclipse 4 (Juno). It wasn't a very good experience. On the other hand it may be fixed already.

Play framework

Prepare the Eclipse project

  • clone project from repo like:

    $> c:\vlad\code> git clone
  • cd to the new dir

    $> cd bid_op
  • run play framework

    $> play
  • compile project

    [bid]# compile
  • run command eclipsify. it prepares eclipse project

    [bid]# eclipsify
  • open eclipse and import the project.

It looks ugly though. many jars stay on root level. I don't know how change it right now


After cloning the repository, you can import the Project to Eclipse. (File->Import->General->Project)

Analytical module source dir - app/models/optimizer/

Project structure

  • Most of the source code is in bid_op/app

  • Analytical module in bid_op/app/models/optimizer

  • The project is built by sbt (simple built tool). To run the project and complete stack of Tests "play" command can be used, like

    $> cd bid_op
    $> play
    [bid]# ~compile   //to compile on every change in source files
    [bid]# test       // to run tests


  • Tests are in bid_op/test/models/optimizer
  • From Eclipse only JUnit tests can run now. For scala tests sbt has to be used

There are a couple JUnit test examples. I gonna add more soon.