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How To Add Images To Your Slider
  1. View your project in edit mode by clicking the edit button.
  2. Import or drag and drop an image into your editor.
  3. Double click the image and in the popup menu change the filename to something that starts with 'slide'.
  4. Add as many images as you want and make sure to also change the filenames to something that starts with 'slide' (e.g. slide-2.jpg, slide-3.jpg).

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Castalia + Eclipse Juno

updated from http://castalia.npc.nicta.com.au/installationEclipse.php

Took these steps to get Castalia 3.2 working under Eclipse Juno on OS X 10.8.2:

  1. Install Eclipse and CDT (C/C++ Dev Tools)
  2. Download Castalia (latest, which for me is 3.2)
  3. In Eclipse, create a new makefile-based C++ project (e.g., “CastaliaSim”)
    • File/New/C++ Project
    • Select Makefile project in Project Type, then select Empty Project
    • Provide name of project, click Finish
  1. Copy all of downloaded Castalia files into new project folder (i.e., into CastaliaSim)
    • Don’t worry about missing config directory…
  1. Refresh Eclipse project. All the copied files/directories should show up in Eclipse
  2. Right-click Eclipse project (CastaliaSim) and select Make Targets/Create…
    • Make three (3) targets
      • all: type “all” at the “Target Name” and “all” at the “Make Target”
      • clean: type “clean” at the “Target Name” and “clean” at the “Make Target”
      • cleanall: type “cleanall” at the “Target Name” and “cleanall” at the “Make Target”
    • For each, the Build command needs to be set to a script so that we can get around an OS X and Eclipse shortcoming for PATH variables (or my lack of knowledge and Google-fu)
      • Create a bash script eclipseMake.sh with the following contents:
        • #!/bin/bash
        • source ~/.pathsrc
        • cd PATH_TO_CASTALIA_PROJECT/
        • /usr/bin/make $1
      • where the bash script “.pathsrc” contains bash commands to set and export your PATH variable, including the absolute path to the omnetpp/bin
      • and make executable (“chmod +x eclipseMake.sh”)
  1. The make targets are ready:
    • The targets are ready and can be found in the Make Target view on the right
  1. As suggested in the InstallationEclipse reference, a makemake script can be created
    • Right-click Eclipse project (CastaliaSim) and select Make Targets/Create…
    • Create the eclipseMakemake.sh with the following contents:
      • #!/bin/bash
      • source ~/.pathsrc
      • cd PATH_TO_CASTALIA_PROJECT/
      • ./makemake
    • where the bash script “.pathsrc” contains bash commands to set and export your PATH variable, including the absolute path to the omnetpp/bin
    • and make executable (“chmod +x eclipseMakemake.sh”)
    • NOTE: so that Eclipse could find my $PATH, I had to take all my .bashrc PATH definitions and put them in a separate bash script that was sourced by eclipseMakemake.sh
  1. You might try making a run configuration for simulations...
    • Since it’s better to run the simulation in the specific Castalia/Simulations/ directory, I don’t recommend it.