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    Dependencies

    Adage only relies on Libxml2, generally bundled with decent development-oriented environment. Adage has been tested on various Debian versions, on RH/Fedora-likes, and on *BSD.

    Fetch the sources

    Adage latest 0.5 release is available here, or you can checkout latest source through anonymous svn (or authenticated for developers). svn is encouraged, as all development happens here : <xterm> svn checkout svn:scm.gforge.inria.fr/svn/adage/adage/trunk adage-svn </xterm> Since 0.5 release, planners and plugins are packaged separately from Adage core. You'll need them. =====Configure, build and install===== If you're using svn version, you'll need autotools installed. The procedure is the following : <xterm> autoreconf –install ./configure –prefix=/install/path –enable-debug # this automatically builds and installs plugins and planners make && make install </xterm> If you don't use an svn checkout, you'll have to manually build and install adage-core, adage-plugins and adage-planners. For planners and plugins, you may have to pass <code>–with-adage-srcdir=/where/you/unpacked/adage/source</code> to configure script if you didn't unpack them directly under adage source directory. (in that case, it just normally finds the relevant headers) If you want to compile and install CCM plugin, you will have to pass the following to plugins configure script : <code>–enable-ccm –with-omniorb=/path/to/omniorb</code> You will also need omniorb-ccm installed at the same place, or add the following: <code>–with-omniorb-ccm=/path/to/omniorb-ccm</code> Note that Adage has to be installed somewhere in your $PATH environment variable to work correctly.


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