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CESE is distributed under the terms of GNU GPL2. Certain 3-d party libraries may hold different license. Refer to the specific documentation for details.
Notice to Fedora Core and other Linux users. Make sure you have Sun JRE/JDK installed and available by default (set JAVA_HOME to point to Sun Java) before attempting to compile or run CESE. CESE is NOT compatible with GCJ/GNU Classpath compiler and runtime.
The current stable version of CESE is a production-level code that was tested before the release.
CESE requires JDK/JRE version 1.5 (5.0) or above to be installed. Visit java.com to download a Java Runtime for your platform.
CESE stable is available in the source and binary forms from the SourceForge download page:
This is untested development code of CESE. Use on you own risk.
You can access raw CVS data at SourceForge using rsync. Note that you will get source code only, you have to compile it yourself in order to run.
$ rsync -av rsync://cese.cvs.sourceforge.net/cvsroot/cese/*
Report bugs and request new features: use SourceForge bug database or mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
CESE source tree is hosted at SourceForge.
To connect to the CVS repository read-only and checkout the code:
cvs -d:pserver:email@example.com:/cvsroot/cese login
cvs -z3 -d:pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvsroot/cese co modulename
The default modulename for CESE HEAD is cese.
To obtain the developer CVS write access, create a new SourceForge account and mail to email@example.com.
You can build CESE or models from CVS code using the included Ant build scripts. Refer to the description of the CESE build system.