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Re: [cybop-developers] Api still not generated on mac os x

From: Enrico Gallus
Subject: Re: [cybop-developers] Api still not generated on mac os x
Date: Sun, 26 Feb 2017 20:38:31 +0900

Hi Christian,

thanks a lot for your fast reply and pointing directly to the issue.
Indeed using the application directory works perfectly and generate the 
api.html as expected.

What a beginner mistake, i guessed a lot of problems but would never have come 
up with the idea that this could be the origin of my problem.

You are totally right, best would be to get used to the cybol first. Now that i 
finally can work on the api-generator again, i’m eager to improve more.


> On 26 Feb 2017, at 16:47, Christian Heller <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi Enrico,
> thanks for your fast feedback!
> Some hints and suggestions:
> 1 Directory
> You are using the cybop root directory, which is not correct.
> One HAS TO execute the api application from within the directory:
> cd cybop/doc/books/cybol
> ../../../src/controller/cyboi api/run.cybol
> OR:
> ../../../src/controller/cyboi --knowledge=api/run.cybol
> Both command lines work for me.
> I have also added this hint to the following file:
> cybop/INSTALL
> By the way: For executing the example applications, you change into:
> cd cybop/examples
> 2 Logging
> It does NOT work. I have put it to my TODO list.
> Do not use it for now on command line.
> For the beginning, it may suffice to get used to working with CYBOL/XML.
> Step by step you may then "dive" into the CYBOI interpreter's architecture.
> To understand it better, please also see the following documents/images:
> src/architecture.pdf
> src/checker_and_sensor.png
> src/communicator_receive_send_pipeline.png
> src/data_structure_cyboi.png
> Could you please try and test once more?
> Before investing another couple of hours, better ask back shortly.
> Greetings to the country of the rising sun :)
> Christian

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