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Eric Church, 05/11/2011 01:11 PM

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h1. Welcome to the MicroBooNE offline software project. 
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For now there's no pubic build. You must download the uBooNE code to your usual LArSoft test release area and build there. When we have lots more code we'll consider a nightly build and more administration.
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Here are the instructions to use the uBooNE offline svn repository.
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*  Go setup yourself up to work with LArSoft as instructed at
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*  If you don't already have one, make yourself a test release in the usual way, @newrel -t development dirname@.
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*  Now @cd dirname@ and say @svn co svn+ssh://, for example.
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*  @cd include@; and say @ln -s ../GENIEextractor/ .@ (don't forget the dot) and then cd back to the top dirname.
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*  gmake GENIEextractor.all, and construct your fcl file and run @lar -c myjobscript.fcl@ as usual.
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*  Be sure and @svn ci -m "helpful comment" svn+ssh:// GENIEextractor@ and @svn update svn+ssh:// frequently.
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* You can export (bash) setenv (csh) CVSROOT to svn+ssh:// or svn+ssh:// as you work with each repository and thus not need to spell it out each time, if you find that to be less unwieldy.
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Someday we'll make this user friendlier. Those steps include 
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# editing the appropriate cvsroot file under $SRT_DIST/packages
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# making a setup/packages-development with each new uBooNE offline package itemized
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# coding up the SRT_UB/scripts/lar*.sh,.csh to be executed under a cron job for a nightly build.
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# spending a day to make it all work, at which point addpkg_svn will be available and obviate the need to make the link and to fully specify the cumbersome svn+shh://repository path. 
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# Feel free, uBooNE collaborator to do those, or other things....