Congratulations, Alberto! It's good to see you've got this thing
nice and stable -- just in time for us to mess it up with another ECJ
release! I'm kidding.
ECJ's now on Sourceforge -- if it'd make the DREAM package less messy
to have the 'ec' directory in the middle of it, you're welcome to
merge the DRM package into the main ECJ package; we can help there.
Or we can arrange to have a separate 'contrib' directory on CVS.
On May 22, 2006, at 4:44 AM, Alberto Cuesta wrote:
> for the last four months I've been working on a DRM module for ECJ.
> DRM is a library to run java applications in a Grid fashion. As for
> now, you can easily replicate experiments in a network or create
> island models, although is easy to implement new topologies or
> Right now the module is mature enough to be used in our research at
> the Complex Adaptive Systems Group (http://www.iti.upv.es/groups/
> cas), and I'd be more than pleased if someone has any interest in
> this software and gives it a try.
> To do so, I'd reccommend to work under linux and from the cvs code,
> the install procedure is not very easy, but I'm working on that.
> Download the DR-EA-M-0.1-4beta version from sourceforge and install
> it as requested in the INSTALL file.
> Then you'll need some code from the cvs, the drm, ec and linux/bin
> cvs -d:pserver:[log in to unmask]:/cvsroot/dr-ea-
> m checkout dr-ea-m/drm dr-ea-m/ec dr-ea-m/linux/bin
> Pack the drm module into a .jar file and substitute the original
> (which would be placed at /usr/dr-ea-m/lib), take the drmnode.new
> script and place it with the other drm scripts (/usr/dr-ea-m/linux/
> bin), and merge the ec module with you ecj15 installation (nothing
> will be overwritten, don't worry).
> There is a tutorial inside the ec.drm directory, and you can fetch
> more useful info from the dr-ea-m webpage (in the cvs, dr-ea-m/
> drmtuto directory). It's possible to use windows machines to
> collaborate with the drm network, although until I find someone to
> rewrite the drm scripts for windows, you'll need to launch the
> experiments from a linux machine.