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#=========================================================== # Setup in Eclipse #=========================================================== - Get Eclipse classic edition (tested with 3.6 and later) - Install AJDT plugin (needed for some AspectJ code portions) - Import the DocFetcher folder into your Eclipse workspace - In Eclipse, create a User Library named 'SWT' which points to the right SWT jar for your platform. The SWT jars can be found in lib/swt. - Main class: net.sourceforge.docfetcher.gui.Application - Required VM arguments Windows: -Djava.library.path="lib/chm4j;lib/jnotify;lib/jintellitype" Linux: -Djava.library.path="lib/chm4j:lib/jnotify:lib/jxgrabkey" Mac OS X: -Djava.library.path="lib/jnotify" -XstartOnFirstThread - Optional VM argument: -enableassertions #=========================================================== # Building DocFetcher from the console #=========================================================== - Requirements: Python and JDK 6.0+ - current-version.txt: - this file contains the version number used by all build scripts below - this file must not contain any extra whitespace or newlines - build.py: - the main build file that builds DocFetcher - output is in the "build" folder - build-win-installer.nsi - NSIS script for building the Windows installer - requires NSIS and must be run on Windows - requires NSIS plugins in dev/nsis-dependencies - must run build.py first before running this - output is in the "build" folder - build-man.py: - recreates the manual - output is in dist/help - build-website.py: - recreates the website - output is in dist/website - build-dmg.sh: - builds a Mac OS X disk image - must run build.py first - must be run on Linux - output is in the "build" folder - build-daemon.xml: - Ant file for building the DocFetcher daemon - probably stopped working a long time ago - deploy-website.sh: - deploys the website to the project webspace on SourceForge.net - will automatically run build-website.py - must specify SourceForge.net user name and password #=========================================================== # The DocFetcher Launchers #=========================================================== The DocFetcher launchers for all platforms can be found under dist/launchers. The DocFetcher.exe launchers in that folder have been created with Launch4J, according to the settings in dev/launch4j-config.txt, and using the icon file dev/DocFetcher.ico.