Commit a9bcc9a3 authored by Sven Robertz's avatar Sven Robertz
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NB! Before trying to build and run examples, make sure you have built the LabComm compiler
by running "ant jar" in the main directory (../../ seen from here) and compiled the labcomm
descriptions needed. The compile.sh script does this.
This is a very simple example with one labcomm file (simple.lc) defining two samples. This is a very simple example with one labcomm file (simple.lc) defining two samples.
Example source code: Encoders and decoders written in Java and C. Example source code: Encoders and decoders written in Java and C.
Encoder.java Encoder.java
...@@ -12,8 +8,15 @@ And simple scripts ...@@ -12,8 +8,15 @@ And simple scripts
compile.sh - first runs the LabComm compiler and then compiles Encoder and Decoder compile.sh - first runs the LabComm compiler and then compiles Encoder and Decoder
run.sh - runs, as expected Encoder and then Decoder run.sh - runs, as expected Encoder and then Decoder
the datagram directory contains the same example, but over datagram (UDP and raw etherne )protocols.
When running compile.sh, Java and C files for the two samples defined in simple.lc will When running compile.sh, Java and C files for the two samples defined in simple.lc will
be generated in the gen directory. be generated in the gen directory.
run.sh will then run first the encoder, writing to encoded_data, and then the decoders written run.sh will then run first the encoder, writing to encoded_data, and then the decoders written
in Java and C, respectively, reading from the previously written encoded_data. in Java and C, respectively, reading from the previously written encoded_data.
NB! Before trying to build and run examples, make sure you have built the LabComm compiler
by running "ant jar" in the main directory (../../ seen from here) and compiled the labcomm
descriptions needed. The compile.sh script does this.
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