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  • freehep - FreeHEP Use with NetBeans IDE
    Coding Standard Changes 1 x 2 x Infrastructure Demonstrations Icon Browser Vector Graphics Root Histogram Browser Root Object Browser 3D Lego Plot FreeHEP 1 x Projects CERNLIBAdapter HEPREP YaPPI Java Projects A Z AID AIDAJNI AIDATLD Application Framework ArgV CommandDispatcher CommandLine Export FMinuit HBook HepRep IO JAIDA Java3D JMinuit MCFIO ParameterDatabase Physics PostScript Viewer Record RootIO RTTI StdHEP Swing Util VectorGraphics WebUtil XDR XML YaPPI Maven 2 Plugins A Z

    Original URL path: http://java.freehep.org/netbeans.html (2016-02-10)
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  • freehep - FreeHEP Use with Eclipse IDE
    HEPREP YaPPI Java Projects A Z AID AIDAJNI AIDATLD Application Framework ArgV CommandDispatcher CommandLine Export FMinuit HBook HepRep IO JAIDA Java3D JMinuit MCFIO ParameterDatabase Physics PostScript Viewer Record RootIO RTTI StdHEP Swing Util VectorGraphics WebUtil XDR XML YaPPI Maven 2 Plugins A Z AID Plugin CharTable Plugin IDLJ Plugin JarJar Plugin JAS Plugin NAR Plugin One Plugin RMIC Plugin SWIG Plugin WBXML Plugin Native Projects A Z CHepRep JNI WBXML

    Original URL path: http://java.freehep.org/eclipse.html (2016-02-10)
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  • The FreeHEP Java Library
    28 2003 FreeHEP CHEP03 March 20 2003 version 1 1 released The goal of the FreeHEP library is to encourage the sharing and reuse of Java code in High Energy Physics Although some of the code is fairly specific to HEP other code is more generic and could be used by anyone To maximize reuse we strive to keep the dependencies between various packages in the FreeHEP library to a minimum so you can use which ever parts interest you without being forced to use the entire library The FreeHEP Java library is an Open Source library distributed under the terms of the LGPL The best way to get to know the library and its components is to have a look at the Demonstrations browse the API documentation or look at the Status pages of the packages Several components have their own descriptions see below For an overview you may want to check out the Publications and Talks page Components General purpose Application Framework A set of classes to build your own Java application with easy setup of menus plugin capabilities etc see demo AID A compiler to compile Abstract Interface Definitions into header files and interfaces for different target languages C Java JAIDA The Java reference implementation of AIDA AIDAJNI The C wrapper to call a Java AIDA implementation from C IO Extensions to Streams and Writers of the java io package PSViewer A PostScript viewer for separate use or embedding in an application Vector Graphics A Image and Vector Graphics package which enables Java programs to generate image and vector graphics in a variety of formats including PDF Postscript EMF SVG SWF PNG JPEG etc see demo High Energy Physics specific HepRep A Generic Interface Definition for HEP Event Display Representables AIDA Abstract Interfaces for Data Analysis interfaces

    Original URL path: http://java.freehep.org/freehep1.x/index.html (2016-02-10)
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  • freehep - FreeHEP SVN and MVN Migration status
    Name Source Compiles Tested junit Documented freehep chartableconverter plugin ok ok ok freehep filter plugin NOT IN USE ok ok freehep idlj plugin ok ok ok freehep jarjar plugin ok ok ok freehep jas plugin ok ok ok freehep nar plugin ok ok ok freehep project archetype ok ok n a n a freehep one plugin ok ok ok freehep rmic plugin ok ok ok base module Whatever was in freehep base in freehep 1 x is now in the base module Some modules where added freehep webutil Name Source Compiles Tested junit JavaDoc Website freehep util ok ok ok ok svn freehep io ok ok ok ok svn freehep xml ok ok ok svn freehep argv ok ok ok svn freehep swing ok ok ok ok svn freehep commandline ok ok ok ok svn freehep commanddispatcher ok ok ok ok svn freehep record ok ok ok ok svn freehep export ok ok ok ok svn freehep parameterdatabase ok ok ok svn freehep application ok ok ok svn freehep webutil ok ok ok svn freehep jni ok ok svn freehep zlib ok ok svn freehep zipios cvs vectorgraphics module Name Source Compiles Tested junit JavaDoc Website VectorGraphics summary svn freehep graphics2d ok ok ok freehep graphics3d freehep graphicsio ok ok ok freehep graphicsio tests ok ok ok ok freehep graphicsio cgm ok ok ok ok freehep graohicsio emf ok ok ok ok freehep graphicsio java ok ok ok freehep graphicsio latex ok ok ok ok freehep graphcisio pdf ok ok ok ok freehep graphicsio ps ok ok ok ok freehep graphicsio svg ok ok ok ok freehep graphicsio swf ok ok ok ok tools module Name Source Compiles Tested junit JavaDoc Website freehep rtti ok ok ok svn freehep aid ok ok ok svn freehep aid plugin ok ok ok

    Original URL path: http://java.freehep.org/status.html (2016-02-10)
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  • freehep - FreeHEP - Access to the Code
    Plugin One Plugin RMIC Plugin SWIG Plugin WBXML Plugin Native Projects A Z CHepRep JNI WBXML ZLib Access to the Code The source code and websites of version 2 0 and up of FreeHEP are housed on a subversion svn server FreeHEP 1 x is still available from cvs Browsing the repository You can look through our repository with Sventon Client To check out the FreeHEP code from our subversion server you need an subversion client svn Download the command line version from http subversion tigris org Some IDEs OSs contain plugin access modules to access svn NetBeans download Subversion Profile via NetBeans Update Center Eclipse use SubClipse from http subclipse tigris org Windows Explorer use TortoiseSVN from http tortoisesvn tigris org MacOS X use svnX from http www lachoseinteractive net en community subversion svnx Repository Read Access The FreeHEP Subversion repository is available for anonymous access through svn co svn svn freehep org svn freehep trunk freehep which will get you the full FreeHEP repository You may want to ask for just a single global library such as freehep base with the following command svn co svn svn freehep org svn freehep trunk base freehep base or a single library such as freehep util svn co svn svn freehep org svn trunk base freehep util freehep util Any module or submodule can be compiled by itself Repository Structure To browse the repository you can use the list command for example svn ls svn svn freehep org svn freehep trunk base In general our structure looks like this svn freehep trunk assembly freehep base base freehep argv freehep io freehep swing maven plugins freehep chartableconverter plugin freehep idlj plugin tags freehep xml 2 1 freehep util 2 0 branches Repository Write Access Developers with commit access can check out copies

    Original URL path: http://java.freehep.org/svn.html (2016-02-10)
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  • freehep - FreeHEP - Compile, Test and Install
    a partial build of the library without downloading all the code but just referring to downloaded jar files If you checked out part of the source of FreeHEP you will need a copy of Maven 2 to be able to compile it For instructions to install maven 2 refer to http maven apache org Maven 2 keeps all its meta information in a Project Object Model file called pom xml This file lists among others the name group and version of the artifact that will be produced the dependencies on other modules and general settings Pom files can inherit from eachother and FreeHEP uses this feature The individual libraries define specific information in their pom file and inherit more general information from the pom file of the global lib they are part of This pom file in turn inherits FreeHEP wide settings from the general pom Pom files are published in the maven repository and can thus be found even if you only check out a small submodule Installing the artifact of a module The default target FreeHEP specifies is install which will compile package and copy the artifacts into your local maven repository on your machine by executing on of the following commands mvn mvn install Running Tests Most modules will have unit and or integration tests which run atomatically before install The tests may be skipped using the command mvn Dmaven test skip true The result of the tests is normally written into some xml files for processing into the website for publication However if you want to see why a test fails and see the output on the screen you should use mvn Dsurefire useFile false Missing Dependencies Maven takes care of downloading all the necessary dependencies automatically from our maven repository http java freehep org maven2

    Original URL path: http://java.freehep.org/mvn.html (2016-02-10)
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  • freehep - FreeHEP - Deploy
    scpexe which can be mapped in your settings xml file to any ssh capable copy program Most of this information was found in Guide to deploying with an external SSH command On Linux Unix MacOS X and CYGWIN your settings file should look like this scpexe by default maps to scp settings servers server id freehep maven deploy id username your user name username filePermissions 664 filePermissions directoryPermissions 775 directoryPermissions server server id freehep maven1 deploy id username your user name username filePermissions 664 filePermissions directoryPermissions 775 directoryPermissions server server id freehep web deploy id username your user name username filePermissions 664 filePermissions directoryPermissions 775 directoryPermissions server servers settings On Windows you need to install PuTTY from http www chiark greenend org uk sgtatham putty and make sure plink and pscp is in yout PATH Your settings file should look like this we map ssh and scp to plink and pscp settings servers server id freehep maven deploy id username your user name username filePermissions 664 filePermissions directoryPermissions 775 directoryPermissions configuration sshExecutable plink sshExecutable scpExecutable pscp scpExecutable configuration server server id freehep maven1 deploy id username your user name username filePermissions 664 filePermissions directoryPermissions 775 directoryPermissions configuration sshExecutable plink sshExecutable scpExecutable pscp scpExecutable configuration server server id freehep web deploy id username your user name username filePermissions 664 filePermissions directoryPermissions 775 directoryPermissions configuration sshExecutable plink sshExecutable scpExecutable pscp scpExecutable configuration server servers settings To authenticate one should generate a pair of public private keys rsa1 rsa2 or dsa on the svn freehep org machine You should make sure you have the necessary agents setup and autheticated at least once the svn freehep org node On Linux Unix and CYGWIN you should run the ssh agent and add your private key to it eval ssh agent ssh add your private key

    Original URL path: http://java.freehep.org/deploy.html (2016-02-10)
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  • freehep - FreeHEP Continuous Integration
    x 2 x Infrastructure Demonstrations Icon Browser Vector Graphics Root Histogram Browser Root Object Browser 3D Lego Plot FreeHEP 1 x Projects CERNLIBAdapter HEPREP YaPPI Java Projects A Z AID AIDAJNI AIDATLD Application Framework ArgV CommandDispatcher CommandLine Export FMinuit HBook HepRep IO JAIDA Java3D JMinuit MCFIO ParameterDatabase Physics PostScript Viewer Record RootIO RTTI StdHEP Swing Util VectorGraphics WebUtil XDR XML YaPPI Maven 2 Plugins A Z AID Plugin CharTable Plugin

    Original URL path: http://java.freehep.org/continuum.html (2016-02-10)
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