> echo $JAVA_HOME
> echo $PATH
> mkdir ~/DAQ/BFD_workspace/
> cd ~/DAQ/BFD_workspace
> bfd init /usr/local/icecube/tools
After initializing your workspace, you should should get the following output:
> bfd init ~/icecube/tools/
Made tools directory Made resources directory Made resources/lib directory Lib files has been installed Made resources/makedepend directory Made resources/makedepend/include directory Include files has been installed Makedepend files has been installed Made resources/templates directory Templates files has been installed Resources files has been installed ant directory has been installed ... ... ... commons-logging.jar file has been installed Smc.jar file has been installed xalan.jar file has been installed xercesImpl.jar file has been installed xml-apis.jar file has been installed Initialized workspace, associated with the following tools directory. ~/icecube/tools/
The above output can vary a bit depending on what tools you have installed, but this what should be expected at a minimum. Note that you can successfully 'init' the wrong directory and bfd will simply fail to install any tools. Be sure to look for something like the above output to verify that you have installed the tools correctly.
The workspace directory should have the following files and directories:
tools/-- contains links to all needed IceCube software tools.
setup.sh) -- shell script that sets up the appropriate environment variables for building the code
build.xml-- contains information on which projects are to be compiled and how
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