[brite-users] Using Brite through command line

Shashank Khanvilkar shashank at mia.ece.uic.edu
Thu Jan 13 14:22:14 EST 2005


Thanks for the reply,
What should be the contents ofthe seedfile.
I noticed that I need to "touch seed_file". If i use a different name
for the seedFile, it still creates a new file named "seed_file" and uses
that. Is this a correct behaviour or an error?
Regards
Shashank





Tsui Wah Chung wrote:
> The java version is actually similar.
> the sytnax is something like that
> 
> java Main.brite <config-file> <seed-file> <output
> file>
> 
> or you can download the manual from its offical
> websitge, i only download it from that. if you can't
> find me. you can drop me a message, such that i can
> send it to you
> 
>  --- "Alberto A. Medina" <amedina at bbn.com> ¤º®e¡G
> 
>>Hi Shashank,
>>
>>The C++ version can be run from the command line as
>>follows:
>>
>>cppgen <config-file> <output-file> <seed-file>
>>
>>I think the Java version runs in similar way.
>>
>>Also if you run the command with no parameters, a
>>help message should be 
>>displayed telling you how to run it.
>>
>>Cheers,
>>
>>- Alberto.
>>
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