Installation notes

Step 1

Check-out a copy of the SoCView simulator

svn co

This directory contains 2 folders :

  • simdb-2.1 is the simulator core
  • GUI is the Graphical User Interface

Step 2

Build the simulator core

cd simdb-2.1

In case of problem, you may look inside the script file to see what it does, it is pretty simple!

Known problem : depending on your platform, aclocal and automake may not work properly, you should probably specify which version you use

aclocal-1.6 and automake-1.6 are supposed to work fine with Linux (2.6 kernel)

aclocal-1.10 and automake-1.10 are supposed to work fine with MacOSX (10.5)

Step 3

Build the Graphical User Interface (GUI)

You must have QT-4.3 installed on your systemc

qmake references qmake-4.3 which should be in /usr/bin or /usr/lib/qt4/bin or somewhere else ...

  • Case 1 : on Linux
    cd GUI
    qmake -project -o
  • Case 2 : on MacOSX (with xCode 3.0)
    cd GUI
    qmake -project -o
    then browse with your finder to the folder GUI, double click on socview.xcodeproj to launch Xcode builder and build the

Now you have everything installed, you may begin using SoCView

Last modified 12 years ago Last modified on Dec 6, 2007, 11:53:36 AM