Directory Structure

/homes7/info-e/reddmom
   |
   +-- bin
   |                 various scripts (TSP etc.), mainly uninteresting for the user

   |
   +-- Common        
   |   |             commonly used software is installed here, for a list see installed software
   |   |             (why not call this software?)
   |   |
   |   +-- bin
   |                 include this in your path for the software in Common
   |
   +-- doc
   |   |             project documentation (API, general doc...)
   |   |
   |   +-- ooretspan 
   |   |   |
   |   |   +-- api
   |   |   |         current API doc of the OORetspan-Project. Generated automatically
   |   |   |         day at 00:00 h
   |   |   |
   |   |   +-- assocs
   |   |   |         guideline for the implementation of various association types,
   |   |   |         taken from the FUJABA Project, see here for original version
   |   |   |
   |   |   |
   |   |   +-- current
   |   |             the repository state on which the api doc was created. Checked out
   |   |             every day at 00:00 h
   |   |
   |   +-- reddmom
   |
   +-- info
   |                 info files (why not in Common?)
   |
   +-- install
   |                 installation archives for various software (e.g. the software installed in Common)
   |                 for a list see download archives
   |   
   +-- lib
   |                 currently unused
   |
   +-- man
   |                 man pages (why not in Common?)
   |
   +-- Modules
   |                 environment modules for your shell, see modules
   |
   +-- REPOSITORY
   |   |
   |   +-- ReddMomApp
   |   |
   |   +-- OORetspanApp
   |
   +-- Work
   |   |
   |   ...           the work directories for the project members
   |
   +-- WWW
                     link to the webserver directories (http-version is here)
 

Installed Software

Java

Software

Installed at

Description

Download version

Java2 SDK Standard Edition
v1.3.1 + docs + source
v1.4.0 beta + docs + source
Java/jdk -> Java/jdk1.3.1
Java/jdk1.4beta
Java Development Kits, 
source can be found under ./src,
documentation under ./docs
 local 
Java2 SDK Enterprise Edition
v1.3beta2 + docs + source
Java/j2ee -> Java/j2ee1.3b2 Java2 Enterprise Edition,
For use with JDK 1.3+
 local 
Java Media Framework
v2.1.1 + docs + source
Java/jmf -> Java/jmf2.1.1 The Java Media Framework,  local 
Jini
v1.1 + specs
Java/jini -> Java/jini1.1g The Jini API and Architecture Specifications  local 
Jaxp
v1.1
Java/jaxp -> Java/jaxp-1.1 ??? n/a
various JDBC drivers Java/jdbc JDBC Drivers for various DBMS like Frontbase, Sybase, MySQL... directly from Java/jdbc
Saxon Java/saxon ??? n/a
Versant Java/versant ??? n/a

Download Archives

 

Software

Platform

Linux

Windows

Solaris

Independent

Java2 SDK Standard Edition
v1.3.1
j2sdk-1_3_1-linux-i386.bin j2sdk-1_3_1-win.exe n/a n/a
v1.4.0 beta
j2sdk-1_4_0-beta-linux-i386.bin j2sdk-1_4_0-beta-win.exe n/a n/a
docs
n/a n/a n/a j2sdk-1_3_1-doc.zip
j2sdk-1_4_0-beta-doc.zip
Java2 SDK Enterprise Edition
v1.3beta2 + docs
j2sdkee-1_3-beta2-linux.tar.gz j2sdkee-1_3-beta2-win.exe j2sdkee-1_3-beta2-solsparc.sh n/a
Java Media Framework
v2.1.1  + docs
jmf-2.1.1-fcs-linux-i386.tar.bz2
jmf-for-java2-2.1.1-fcs-linux-i386.tar.bz2
jmf-2_1_1-win.exe jmf-2_1_1-solsparc.sh jmf-2_1_1-alljava.zip
guide
n/a n/a n/a jmf2_0-guide-html.zip
spec
n/a n/a n/a jmf-2_0-spec.zip
samples + source
n/a n/a n/a samples.zip
solutions + source
n/a n/a n/a solutions.zip
Jini
v1.1
n/a n/a n/a JINI-1.1-G-CS.zip
Core Platform compatibility kit v1.1A
n/a n/a n/a JINITCK-1.1A-G-CS.zip
spec
n/a n/a n/a jini1_1specs.zip

Modules

Modules allow the encapsulation of shell environment settings, providing an easy way to centrally handle certain settings.
To use modules with your shell (assuming that you use tcsh, which is the default currently) include the following in your .cshrc:
source /usr/local/modules/init/tcsh                   # init module environment
module use -append /homes7/info-e/reddmom/Modules     # our modules are here
module add <modulename>                               # ooretspan for us
# module add <further modules> ...
NOTE: Currently module support for Linux seems to be buggy