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Using Clean on Linux or MacOS systems is not the same as on windows.
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Using Clean on Linux or MacOS systems is not the same as on windows. There is no IDE available, which means that you have to manage your projects using command-line tools <tt>clm</tt> and <tt>cpm</tt>.
  
== Compiling a program ==
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== Gentle installation instructions ==
=== clm ===
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Make sure to have XCode installed on macs.
To compile and run a program:
 
    clm MAINMODULE -o BINARY
 
    ./BINARY
 
e.g.
 
    clm sieve -o sieve
 
  ./sieve
 
  
run
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=== Clean 3.0 ===
    clm
 
to see all options
 
  
=== cpm ===
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Open a terminal and navigate to the place where you would like to store the distribution:
To compile and run a program
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cd /path/to/clean
    cpm project MAINMODULE create
 
    cpm project MAINMODULE.prj build
 
e.g.:
 
    cpm project sieve create
 
    cpm project sieve.prj build
 
    ./sieve
 
  
run
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Download the latest zip:
    cpm
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curl -o clean.zip https://ftp.cs.ru.nl/Clean/Clean30/macosx/clean3.0.zip
to see all options
 
  
run
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Unzip the zip file:
    cpm project MAINMODULE.prj
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unzip clean.zip
to see all project specific options
 
  
== Gentle installation instructions ==
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Navigate to the directory:
Make sure to have XCode installed on macs.
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cd clean
  
=== Clean 3.0 ===
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Run make:
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make
  
open a terminal and navigate to the place where you would like to store the distribution
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Add the directory to PATH; e.g. in bash:
    cd /path/to/clean
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echo "export PATH=\"$PWD/bin:\$PATH\"" >> .bash_profile
download the latest zip
 
    curl -o clean.zip https://ftp.cs.ru.nl/Clean/Clean30/macosx/clean3.0.zip
 
unzip the zip file
 
    unzip clean.zip
 
navigate to the directory
 
    cd clean
 
run make
 
    make
 
add the directory to PATH (e.g. in bash:)
 
    echo "export PATH=\"$PWD/bin:\$PATH\"" >> .bash_profile
 
  
 
=== iTasks ===
 
=== iTasks ===
  
open a terminal and navigate to the place where you would like to store the distribution
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Open a terminal and navigate to the place where you would like to store the distribution:
    cd /path/to/clean
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cd /path/to/clean
download the latest zip
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    curl -o clean.zip https://ftp.cs.ru.nl/Clean/builds/macos-x64/clean-bundle-complete-macos-x64-latest.tgz
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Download the latest zip:
unzip the zip file
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curl -o clean.zip https://ftp.cs.ru.nl/Clean/builds/macos-x64/clean-bundle-complete-macos-x64-latest.tgz
    tar -xf clean-bundle-complete-macos-x64-latest.tgz
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navigate to the directory
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Unzip the zip file:
    cd clean-bundle-complete
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tar -xf clean-bundle-complete-macos-x64-latest.tgz
add the directory to PATH (e.g. in bash:)
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    echo "export PATH=\"$PWD/bin:\$PATH\"" >> .bash_profile
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Navigate to the directory:
add the directory to CLEAN_HOME (e.g. in bash:)
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cd clean-bundle-complete
    echo "export CLEAN_HOME=\"$PWD\"" >> .bash_profile
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Add the directory to PATH; e.g. in bash:
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echo "export PATH=\"$PWD/bin:\$PATH\"" >> .bash_profile
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Set CLEAN_HOME appropriately; e.g. in bash:
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echo "export CLEAN_HOME=\"$PWD\"" >> .bash_profile
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== Compiling a program ==
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=== clm ===
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To compile and run a program:
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clm MAINMODULE -o BINARY
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./BINARY
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For example:
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clm sieve -o sieve
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./sieve
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Run
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clm
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to see all options.
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=== cpm ===
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To compile and run a program:
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cpm project MAINMODULE create
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cpm project MAINMODULE.prj build
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For example:
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cpm project sieve create
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cpm project sieve.prj build
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./sieve
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Run
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cpm
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to see all options.
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Run
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cpm project MAINMODULE.prj
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to see all project-specific options.

Latest revision as of 09:11, 10 September 2019

Using Clean on Linux or MacOS systems is not the same as on windows. There is no IDE available, which means that you have to manage your projects using command-line tools clm and cpm.

Gentle installation instructions

Make sure to have XCode installed on macs.

Clean 3.0

Open a terminal and navigate to the place where you would like to store the distribution:

cd /path/to/clean

Download the latest zip:

curl -o clean.zip https://ftp.cs.ru.nl/Clean/Clean30/macosx/clean3.0.zip

Unzip the zip file:

unzip clean.zip

Navigate to the directory:

cd clean

Run make:

make

Add the directory to PATH; e.g. in bash:

echo "export PATH=\"$PWD/bin:\$PATH\"" >> .bash_profile

iTasks

Open a terminal and navigate to the place where you would like to store the distribution:

cd /path/to/clean

Download the latest zip:

curl -o clean.zip https://ftp.cs.ru.nl/Clean/builds/macos-x64/clean-bundle-complete-macos-x64-latest.tgz

Unzip the zip file:

tar -xf clean-bundle-complete-macos-x64-latest.tgz

Navigate to the directory:

cd clean-bundle-complete

Add the directory to PATH; e.g. in bash:

echo "export PATH=\"$PWD/bin:\$PATH\"" >> .bash_profile

Set CLEAN_HOME appropriately; e.g. in bash:

echo "export CLEAN_HOME=\"$PWD\"" >> .bash_profile

Compiling a program

clm

To compile and run a program:

clm MAINMODULE -o BINARY
./BINARY

For example:

clm sieve -o sieve
./sieve

Run

clm

to see all options.

cpm

To compile and run a program:

cpm project MAINMODULE create
cpm project MAINMODULE.prj build

For example:

cpm project sieve create
cpm project sieve.prj build
./sieve

Run

cpm

to see all options.

Run

cpm project MAINMODULE.prj

to see all project-specific options.