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Revision 3 (Sergey Smolov, 11/08/2019 06:01 PM) → Revision 4/9 (Sergey Smolov, 11/08/2019 06:02 PM)

h1. Building

h2. Getting project source code

# Clone the project Git repository
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$ git clone --recursive https://forge.ispras.ru/git/veritrans.git
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h2. Building and running Verilog Translator from command line

To build Verilog Translator and run JUnit tests we use "Gradle":http://gradle.org. Please install it first ("Gradle 4.10.3":https://docs.gradle.org/4.10.3/release-notes.html is recommended) or use Gradle wrapper script ('gradlew.bat' for Windows, 'gradlew' for Unix).

To compile main classes run:
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gradle classes
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To compile test classes run:
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gradle testClasses
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To run all unit tests run:
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gradle test
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_NOTE : to To list all Gradle commands run:_ run:
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gradle tasks
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h2. Building and running Verilog Translator from Eclipse IDE

# Install "Buildship":https://marketplace.eclipse.org/content/buildship-gradle-integration Gradle integration plugin for Eclipse IDE.
# Create @init.gradle@ file in the $HOME/.gradle directory and write the following to it:
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allprojects
{
apply plugin: 'eclipse'

it.eclipse
{
classpath.downloadJavadoc = true
}
}
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# Import Verilog Translator's sources into Eclipse workspace:
* Use the menu item "File/Import...".
* Choose "Gradle/Gradle Project".
* Select the "veritrans" directory as the root directory, press "Next".
* Select the "Gradle wrapper (recommended)" import option.
* Press the "Finish" button: the project will be opened in the Eclipse IDE.