Distribution

Distributions

A distribution is a set of packages available on an URL and a description file packages.pkg. For an example, you can look at the VLE distribution. How to use a distribution To use a package distribution you have to add a remote URL into your vle.conf file (see the remote preferences of the vle.conf documentation. Be careful to add only URLs that you trust in. For example to add an URL of a distribution http://mydistrib/, update the following line:

vle packages distribution

VLE provides its own packages distribution (see Package Distribution). It contains packages for modeling extensions, outputs and tools. The VLE packages provided by this distribution are : vle.output : management of simulation outputs (file, console, etc..) ext.muparser : required for vle.forrester only vle.extension.difference-equation : modelisation of difference equations vle.extension.differential-equations : modelisation of differential equations (Euler, RK4 and QSS2 integration scheme) vle.extension.decision : modelisation of decision processes vle.extension.dsdevs : Dynamic Structure DEVS vle.

Distributions

A distribution is a set of packages available on an URL and a description file packages.pkg. For an example, you can look at the VLE distribution. How to use a distribution To use a package distribution you have to add a remote URL into your vle.conf file (see the remote preferences of vle.conf documentation. Be careful to add only URLs that you trust in. For example to add an URL of a distribution http://mydistrib/, update the following line:

Packages

Packages in VLE are autonomous projects which gather for example source code of PDEVS models, VPZ files, documentations or data. The goal of the packages in VLE is to improve the development of big models and to facilitate the sharing of models and code. Example of a package hierarchy $mypackage |─ buildvle/ ; the compilation directory, | ; it should not be directly modified |─ cmake/ ; cmake scripts |─ data/ ; data of your package |─ doc/ ; documentation of your package |─ exp/ ; experience, ie.

Packages

Packages in VLE are autonomous projects which gather for example source code of PDEVS models, VPZ files, documentations or data. The goal of the packages in VLE is to improve the development of big models and to facilitate the sharing of models and code. Example of a package hierarchy $mypackage |─ buildvle/ ; the compilation directory, | ; it should not be directly modified |─ cmake/ ; cmake scripts |─ data/ ; data of your package |─ doc/ ; documentation of your package |─ exp/ ; experience, ie.