Torero Installation Guide
Step by Step (standalone application)
- Make sure that JAVA is installed properly and it's in your path. Test it
by typing "java -version" in a shell. On unix-systems java is usually
installed in the "/usr/lib/java" or "/usr/lib/jdkXX" directory.
- Go to your home directory and create a new directory. e.g. Torero.
- Download and unpack the Torero package to the new directory. e.g. "/home/yourhome/Torero"
- There you'll find two start scripts: torero.sh (unix) and torero.bat (windows).
Call the appropriate file to start Torero.
Command line arguments (standalone application)
If Torero is used as standalone application several command line arguments are supported:
torero.sh [-v | -vv | -y<yaccfile>]
- -v be verbose
- -vv be very verbose
- -y<yaccfile> parse yaccfile, print debug info & exit
Step by Step (applet version)
- Follow steps 1. - 3. as described above.
- Go to the Start Torero as an applet section
and follow the instructions found there.
- Call the appropriate "runapplet" script (runapplet.sh for unix,
runapplet.bat for windows systems) found in the Torero directory.