In order to have a working grapher, java jre 1.6 is required. Without it, an error appears at the start of easea's compiled programs but can be safely ignored.
EASEA had been compiled and tested with those following compilers:
- Gcc 4.4 to 4.8.2
- Clang 3.0 to 3.3
- Mingw-gcc 4.8.2
- CUDA SDK > 4.1
Linux and MacOS X installation
- Create an installation directory (easea_installation_directory) somewhere on the disk.
- Make sure you have the latest version from the EASEA sourceforge repository, and put it in this directory. Normally, Sourceforge should detect the operating system you are using, and should point you to the correct version.
- You can also clone the sourceforge repository : git clone git://git.code.sf.net/p/easea/code easea-code
- Open a terminal window, cd to the directory and expand the tar file ($ tar zxvf downloaded_file_name).
- Type make to compile the EASEA platform for the architecture of your computer.
- Type source install.sh [local] to move the files around. Typically, source install.sh will create a directory called /usr/local/easea that will contain a directory called bin and a directory called tpl. You will need administrator priviledges to run this command, so make sure your login is in the /etc/sudoers file before you execute the sudo make install command, or ask a system administrator to do it for you.
- if you don't have administrator priviledges, you can also install easea locally by typing source install.sh local
- Once this is done, you can move the examples directory to a place where you can find it again and if you didn't install easea locally,remove the current directory by going up one notch (cd ..) and type the following command: (rm -rf easea_installation_directory).
- The install.sh script has modified your personal .bashrc file to
- add the /usr/local/easea/bin directory to your PATH variable and
- create the EZ_PATH variable and set it to /usr/local/easea/.
If typing easea does not start the EASEA compiler, please check out the value of these variables and make sure they point to the good directories.
- Make sure you have the latest version from the EASEA sourceforge repository, and put it in a directory. Normally, Sourceforge should detect the operating system you are using, and should point you to the correct version.
- Follow the Graphic User Interface installer.