Here are some hints...
1. Delete the ec.teambots source code entirely. You don't need it.
2. Download JBuilder 2005 Foundation (it's free) from www.borland.com
and use it. Or Netbeans, but I prefer JBuilder for whatever reason.
3. You will need to download JFreeChart and iText to be able to
4. Once you get all the ECJ code compiled, you will need to run
ec.Evolve according to the tutorial instructions.
I have source code which I've been using to evolve players for the
game of Mille Bornes which you might find useful to work from. It
uses the Genetic Programming paradigm, so if you're not interested in
using that paradigm, the source code probably isn't any good for you :)
On Aug 28, 2006, at 8:12 AM, Jurie Oberholzer wrote:
> Hi everyone.
> My name is Jurie Oberholzer and I am a computer science honours
> student at the University of the Witwatersrand in South Africa. My
> research project is focussed on developinbg an evaluation function
> for a native game called orabaraba. It is very similar to twelve
> mens morris. I was just wondering a couple of things. I know that
> ECJ is very complicated and was wondering if it might be to
> difficult for me to learn. I am wondering if there is a simpler
> genetic programming system that I coud use?
> I also can not seem to get ecj to work. I have downloaded
> JFreeChart and am trying to run both make chart and make javac and
> all I get is errors. I am just trying to get ecj to work so that I
> can experiment with the tutorials and examples. Please any help
> would be greatly appreciated.
> Thanks so much.
> Jurie Oberholzer, Johannesburg, South Africa