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Repository Layout ================= :core: Everything in the `visad.*` and `edu.ssec.wisc.mcidas.*` namespace. :deps: Third party dependencies :examples: VisAD examples with the default namespace (no java package). :: |-- core | |-- build | |-- lib | `-- src | |-- edu/... | `-- visad/... | |-- deps | |-- build | `-- src | |-- HTTPClient/... | |-- Jama/... | |-- dods/... | |-- gnu/... | |-- loci/... | |-- ncsa/... | |-- nom/... | `-- ucar/... | `-- examples |-- build |-- lib `-- src Building ======== There are 4 main build files (the old visad/build.xml has been removed). The main build file `./build.xml` can be used to build the sub-projects and create the main VisAD distribution files. Each sub-project also has its own build file that can be used to perform basic build/clean/jar operations for just that project. You can use `ant -p` to display build script target descriptions for each ant file for more information. Building the Distribution ------------------------- Run the following commands: git clone https://github.com/visad/visad.git cd visad ant dist Building the Core ---------------------- From your working copy you can simply run any of the commands listed by `ant -p`. If you jar the core it will extract `lib/visaddeps.jar` and include the class files in the generated visad.jar. Building the Examples --------------------- The examples project build file checks to see if VisAD is available as either a jar file in the examples project lib directory or in ../core (assuming you checked out all of visad). If it cannot find VisAD it attempts to call ../core/build.xml to build it before compiling the examples. If you have VisAD in another location you can compile the examples as follows: ant -Dvisad.dir=<YOUR VISAD DIR> build VisAD and Eclipse ================= :Eclipse: http://www.eclipse.org First, download and install Eclipse. These instructions assume you will be using Eclipse >= v3.2. There are multiple flavors of Eclipse that can add varying amounts of bloat. I recommend you keep it simple and stick to "Eclipse IDE for Java Developers." :Note: These instructions were written from a Mac, so you may have to adjust slightly for your platform. Create and Checkout Projects ---------------------------- * From the menubar select `File > Import...`. * In the new dialog select `Git > Git Repository` and click `Next`. * Copy `https://github.com/visad/visad.git` and paste into the `URI` field. * (optional) Click `Next` and configure the details of the cloned repository. * If you skipped the previous step, simply click `Finish`. Building from Eclipse --------------------- * From the menubar select `Window > Show View > Ant`. * In the `Ant` view tab, right-click and select `Add Buildfiles`. * Select the build file for each sub-project created above and click `OK`. * In the `Ant` view tab, expand a project and select the build target to run.