Cookiecutter project template for quickly setting up a simulation model library using Veins.
Supported Program Versions
- Cookiecutter 1.6.0 (see https://github.com/cookiecutter/cookiecutter)
- git 2.23.0 (see https://git-scm.com/)
Save the contents of this repository to disk, e.g., in
~/src/cookiecutter-veins-project (that is, this file resides in
Open a terminal and switch to a directory that should contain your new project, e.g.,
Run cookiecutter, e.g., as
You will be prompted for a number of configuration variables (each with a default value, which you can accept by pressing the
After finishing, cookiecutter will have created a directory named after your
% cd ~/src % cookiecutter ~/src/cookiecutter-veins-project project_name [Veins Proj]: project_brief [Sample combination of Veins and a custom project]: project_name_as_file_name [veins_proj]: project_name_as_macro_name [VEINS_PROJ]: Select use_inet: 1 - no 2 - yes Choose from 1, 2 (1, 2) : Select use_inet3: 1 - no 2 - yes Choose from 1, 2 (1, 2) : Select use_veins_vlc: 1 - no 2 - yes Choose from 1, 2 (1, 2) : Select use_plexe_veins: 1 - no 2 - yes Choose from 1, 2 (1, 2) : Select use_simulte: 1 - no 2 - yes Choose from 1, 2 (1, 2) : Cookiecutter checks starting. Making sure we can run git git version 2.23.0 Cookiecutter checks successful. Cookiecutter successful. Running git commands to set up repository. [...] From https://github.com/sommer/veins * tag veins-5.0 -> FETCH_HEAD Added dir 'veins' Repository set up successful. Running git commands to clean up. Cookiecutter successful. % cd ~/src/veins_proj % ls * Makefile configure veins: COPYING doc images sumo-launchd.py Makefile doxy.cfg print-veins-version README.txt examples src configure format-code.sh subprojects veins_proj: COPYING doc images Makefile doxy.cfg print-veins_proj-version README.md examples src configure format-code.sh
See the Veins website http://veins.car2x.org/ for a tutorial, documentation, and publications.
Veins is composed of many parts. See the version control log for a full list of contributors and modifications. Each part is protected by its own, individual copyright(s), but can be redistributed and/or modified under an open source license. License terms are available at the top of each file. Parts that do not explicitly include license text shall be assumed to be governed by the "GNU General Public License" as published by the Free Software Foundation -- either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version (SPDX-License-Identifier: GPL-2.0-or-later). Parts that are not source code and do not include license text shall be assumed to allow the Creative Commons "Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License" as an additional option (SPDX-License-Identifier: GPL-2.0-or-later OR CC-BY-SA-4.0). Full license texts are available with the source distribution.