Welcome to pyPACE¶
In order to use pyPACE you need to:
- Download and build OpenPACE
- Build pyPACE (needs to be linked against OpenPACE)
- Install pyPACE using distutils
You can download the current version (0.2) here.
If you want to retrieve the latest development version of pyPACE you can check out the svn repository:
svn co https://pypace.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/pypace/trunk pypace
In order to build pyPACE you need to install the following packages:
Once all the dependencies are installed, configuring and compiling pypace is easy:
autoreconf -vsi ./configure OPENSSL_LIBS="-L/path/to/openpace/libs -lcrypto" OPENSSL_CFLAGS"-I/path/to/openpace/includes" make make install
In order to run programs that use pyPACE you have to set up the LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable to point to the OpenPACE library. One way to do this is:
In order to test your installation you can use the test.py script included in pyPACE. Simply run the following command:
JPace is an (experimental) alternative to pyPACE for those who prefer to use Java instead of python. In order to build JPace you need to pass the --enable-java parameter to configure. You also need to set the JAVAC environment variable to your preferred java compiler.