OMiss - The ODE based simulator

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==What is the ODE simulator?==
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==What is OMiss?==
   
The ODE based simulator was written by student David Tradinh.
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OMiss a the simulator based on ODE. It was written by student David Tradinh and is intended to replace Vortex for 3d simulation in IRIDIA.
   
 
It now lives in a subversion (cvs clone) repository on IRIDIA.
 
It now lives in a subversion (cvs clone) repository on IRIDIA.
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On debian this is simply done by:
 
On debian this is simply done by:
   
> apt-get subversion
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> apt-get install subversion
   
   
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* svn tunnels over ssh so you will already need an account on IRIDIA - just use your standard username and password
 
* svn tunnels over ssh so you will already need an account on IRIDIA - just use your standard username and password
 
* You will have to enter your password a couple of times on initial checkout.
 
* You will have to enter your password a couple of times on initial checkout.
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* svn commands are very similar to cvs (e.g. svn update, svn commit)
   
 
==Compiling the code==
 
==Compiling the code==

Revision as of 18:33, 26 October 2005

Contents

What is OMiss?

OMiss a the simulator based on ODE. It was written by student David Tradinh and is intended to replace Vortex for 3d simulation in IRIDIA.

It now lives in a subversion (cvs clone) repository on IRIDIA.

The two links relating to the simulator and ODE that used to be on the main page are now here:


Checking out the code

To check out the code you will first need the subversion source code control system.

On debian this is simply done by:

> apt-get install subversion


You will then need to check out the repository.

> svn checkout svn+ssh://<username>@iridia.ulb.ac.be/usr/local/share/svn_repositories/OMiss

N.B.

  • svn tunnels over ssh so you will already need an account on IRIDIA - just use your standard username and password
  • You will have to enter your password a couple of times on initial checkout.
  • svn commands are very similar to cvs (e.g. svn update, svn commit)

Compiling the code

Compilation instructions can be found in the INSTALL file at the top level of the source tree.


Running the simulator

Running instructions can be found in pdf in the doc dir of the source tree.

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