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YANEL README ============= Requirements and Prerequisites ------------------------------ Java Development Kit version 1.8 or higher (e.g. http://java.oracle.com). NOTES: - Depending on your network connection, you might have to configure a proxy. Please see below ("Proxy Configuration") for more details. - Depending on the bandwidth of your network connection, building Yanel might take a while initially, because various libraries will be downloaded during the process. These libraries will be saved at ~/.m2/repository/ whereas ~ denotes your home directory. Quick Start ----------- 0) The build and start scripts described below will ask you about JAVA_HOME, but you might want to set it first Mac OS X : export JAVA_HOME=/System/Library/Frameworks/JavaVM.framework/Home Mac OS X Yosemite : Run /System/Library/Frameworks/JavaVM.framework/Versions/Current/commands/java_home and set JAVA_HOME accordingly Windows : See for example https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DOC/Setting+the+JAVA_HOME+Variable+in+Windows 1) Build/Compile Yanel by running Linux/MacOSX/UNIX: ./build.sh quick-start Windows: build.bat quick-start (or when using the github shell: .\build.bat quick-start) whereas by default the build will be without SSL. Please use the script 'configure' described further down to setup Yanel with SSL. 2) Start Yanel/Tomcat by running Linux/MacOSX/UNIX: ./yanel.sh start Windows: yanel.bat start (or when using the github shell: .\yanel.bat start) 3) Use your favorite web browser to request and start using Yanel http://127.0.0.1:8080/yanel/ Getting Started at Length ------------------------- 0) Clean a previous build by running "build clean-all" 1) Configure Yanel by running "configure" (whereas by default the build will support SSL) After "configure" has finished, you may want to review the contents of the file './src/build/local.build.properties' to better understand the parameters which the "build" process will be using. 2) Build Yanel by running "build" 3) Start using Yanel with one of the following options 3.1) Run within Tomcat: "yanel start/stop" to start or stop Tomcat 3.2) Run within Jetty: "yanel start-jetty" to start Jetty 3.3) Run from the Command Line: "yanel cmdl /from-scratch-realm/de/index.html" 4) Browse to http://127.0.0.1:8080/yanel/ (or https://127.0.0.1:8443/yanel/ when Yanel has been setup with SSL) 5) Debug: tail -F logs/*, tail -F local/apache-tomcat-7.0.25/logs/* 6) Run tests 6.1) Run junit and html unit tests: "build test" 6.2) Run continuous integration: "./src/build/targets/continuous-integration/reCI" Building Yanel without GWT -------------------------- Building GWT can take quite a while, hence one can build Yanel without GWT by using the option '-Dgwt.compile.skip=true', e.g on Linux/MacOSX/UNIX run ./build.sh quick-start -Dgwt.compile.skip=true More Information ---------------- Please refer your questions to the appropriate mailing list at http://www.yanel.org/mailing-lists.html Proxy Configuration ------------------- If your network connection requires you to use an HTTP proxy, then set your proxy configuration (Properties proxy.host, proxy.port, proxy.user, proxy.pass) in the file "src/build/(local.)build.properties".
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