Commit db95b483 authored by dgelessus's avatar dgelessus
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Release version 1.0.0

GitLab (or at least this installation) doesn't have a way of uploading
release binaries like GitHub does, so I'm committing the release jar
into the repo (using Git LFS).
parent d25f0e2b
releases/*.jar filter=lfs diff=lfs merge=lfs -text
......@@ -18,13 +18,12 @@ This is a [Jupyter](https://jupyter.org/) kernel for the [ProB animator and mode
### For end users
**Note:** Prebuilt jar files are not available yet, so this installation method currently requires downloading the source code and building the jar manually. This is done using `./gradlew shadowJar`, and the built jar is placed at `build/libs/prob2-jupyter-kernel-all.jar`. Once you have built the jar:
1. If Jupyter is installed in a virtual environment, activate it.
2. Run `java -jar <jarfile> install` to install the kernel.
1. Download the latest version of the kernel [here](https://gitlab.cs.uni-duesseldorf.de/dgelessus/prob2-jupyter-kernel/blob/master/releases/prob2-jupyter-kernel-1.0.0-all.jar).
2. If Jupyter is installed in a virtual environment, activate it.
3. Run `java -jar <jarfile> install` to install the kernel. (`<jarfile>` is the name of the jar file that you just downloaded.)
* This assumes that Jupyter can be called using the command `jupyter`. To use a different command in place of `jupyter`, pass it as an argument after `install`, e. g. `java -jar <jarfile> install /path/to/jupyter`.
* To use a different ProB home directory than the default, pass `-Dprob.home=/path/to/prob/home` before the `-jar` option. (The path must be absolute.)
3. (Optional) The jar file can be deleted after installation.
4. (Optional) The jar file can be deleted after installation.
To update the kernel, follow the same instructions with the new jar file.
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......@@ -9,6 +9,8 @@ plugins {
id("com.github.johnrengelman.shadow").version("2.0.4")
}
version = "1.0.0"
final SOURCE_ENCODING = "UTF-8"
wrapper {
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