The jautomata library can be downloaded in various forms:
<project> ... <repositories> ... <repository> <id>oqube.com</id> <name>OQube</name> <url>http://www.oqube.com/maven2</url> <releases> <enabled>true</enabled> </releases> <snapshots> <enabled>true</enabled> <updatePolicy>daily</updatePolicy> </snapshots> </repository> ... </repositories> ... </project>
JAutomata uses maven 2 as its build system. This means that if you want to build the library from sources, the easiest way is to have maven installed: current version is 2.0.4 and can be downloaded here. By the way, if you are a dedicated Java developer and are not yet using maven, consider adopting it as it is definitely a very useful tool.
Then, follows these steps:
$> tar xzf ../jautomata-2.0-alpha-1.tar.gz
$> cd jautomata-2.0-alpha-1 $> mvn install
$> mvn site
If you are not using maven, you are on your own ! Java source files are placed in directories named src/main/java in the various subprojects, JUnit test source files are in src/test/java.