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File Date Author Commit
 plugins 2011-08-25 toneill toneill [f4dd64] Added/Corrected references to licence
 xena 2011-08-19 toneill toneill [e03e6a] Error and Warning dialogs now say Conversion in...
 .classpath 2011-07-27 toneill toneill [eaef6d] merged in add-warnings
 .gitignore 2011-07-27 toneill toneill [eaef6d] merged in add-warnings
 .project 2011-07-27 toneill toneill [eaef6d] merged in add-warnings
 COPYING 2011-07-27 toneill toneill [eaef6d] merged in add-warnings
 README 2011-08-05 toneill toneill [cc855e] Updated readme with how to start Xena and Xena ...
 Xena Viewer.launch 2010-09-23 Matthew Oliver Matthew Oliver [48d955] Merge branch 'master' into testing
 Xena.launch 2011-06-16 Matthew Oliver Matthew Oliver [d88d7f] Merge branch 'testing' into xena-xml

Read Me

For more detailed installation instructions, refer to the Xena wiki at: https://sourceforge.net/apps/mediawiki/xena/index.php?title=Main_Page

FROM THE COMMAND CONSOLE

1. Go to the xena-source directory you created earlier:
cd <path to the xena-source directory>


2. Change directory to xena:
cd xena

- This directory should include: directory named 'src' and 'build.xml' file


3. Enter the ant command:
ant

- Ant will run the default build command contained within the 'build.xml' file. This will compile the source code and build the 'xena.jar' file.
When the process has finished successfully, you should see 'BUILD SUCCESSFUL' displayed in the command window. The 'xena.jar' file is in the 'xena/xena/dist' directory.


4. Build the plugins:
ant build_plugins

- When the process has successfully finished, you should see 'BUILD SUCCESSFUL' displayed within the command window.
The JAR files for each of the Xena plug-in are in the 'xena/xena/dist/plugins' directory.


You can now start Xena... :-D

5. Go to the dist directory
cd xena/dist

- The dist directory holds the distribution output (i.e. the end results of what was just built using ant)

6. Run Xena or Xena Viewer
use the xena.bat or xena.sh file to run Xena.
use the viewer.bat or viewer.sh file to run Xena Viewer.

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