There is a pre-installed version of DLP and other required tools in
directory "/home/dejavu/dlp/" @ cs.vu.nl
See file /home/dejavu/dlp/dlp1r18/examples/setvars.j122
for the required environment variable settings. It's likely that you
only have to change the MY_PROG_DIR related lines at the end of the
setvars.j122 file. Copy this file to your current working
directory and use a Solaris editor to change the MY_PROG_DIR line.
Execute the updated setvars.j122 file under Solaris by means of the command :
Check whether a number of environment variables point
to the intended directories, e.g.
See the compilation section of
DLP readme for the compilation of DLP programs.
Don't let JAVA_ROOT point to SUN's 1.4.X or 1.5.X JDK.
Use 1.2.X or 1.3.X instead.
In case you use this pre-installed version, you only need dlpsys.jar
when running DLP in a browser. Be sure to make this dlpsys.jar file accessible
from the html page that's used for executing your DLP program.
See the execution section of the DLP
readme for more details.
Note that in a Solaris + Windows development environment, editing
Solaris files with a Windows editor may add Ctrl-M characters to your
file : this will cause several problems when using the files under Solaris
after editing (e.g. executing setvars). The same for a number of other
tools, for example, particular Windows unzip tools may also add Ctrl-M
characters to files in the distribution.