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This documentation is for Capsis modellers (according to the Capsis charter), it explains how to get a full local copy of Capsis on their computer to be able to add their own work in the platform.
The Capsis software sources are hosted on a Subversion (SVN) repository.
A Login is required (see section 2. below).
Capsis relies on Java version 1.8 (or Java 8): Java Development Kit Standard Edition version 1.8.
→ To check if your installation of java is correct, check the FAQ, section 3.6. The system must find a jdk 1.8.x. If correct, jump directly to section 2.
PATHsystem variable (not in
PATHuser variable), add the location of the bin/ folder of the installed JDK at first position. A typical value is:
C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_<version>\bin(you may seek this directory in a file manager and copy / paste the path).
PATHvariable is to be updated, have a look in
~/.profilefiles. You may have a look at this doc to change the PATH under Linux Ubuntu.
PATHvariable. A “:” must be added between the paths in the
→ To check if your installation of java is now correct, check the FAQ.
Capsis files are hosted on the amap-dev development server. To access to Capsis files, you need to create an account on the server.
Your login/password will be used to access to SVN files, but also to modify the Capsis Wiki web site and to manage Capsis on the amap-dev development server (e.g. ask for a bug correction / a new feature).
SmartSVN makes it possible to access to the SVN repository.
Note: This is your new login password you entered when you registered on amap-dev at section 2
The checkout operation may fail after a while with an error message, e.g.
APR does not understand this error code ra_serf: The server sent a truncated HTTP response body
In this case, try to continue the operation this way in SmartSVN:
This should continue the process. This operation might be done several times in case your internet connection is not optimal.
Later when you will need to get the last changes of the server downloaded to your local copy, you will use SmartSVN and the Update command.
When you will have to upload your own changes onto the server, you will use the SVN Commit command.
You may ask for support to well understand the process when updating your local copy or commiting your changes the first time.
For more information on the SVN commands, see this doc: SVN update and commit.
ant clean compile
Note : If there are errors, please contact the capsis team.
capsis.sh scripts are used to start capsis :
Note : you can also use
See code editor.