JAID Developer Manual
Clone the JAID project
The source code of JAID is hosted in a Git repository on
Bitbucket.com. Make a clone of the project using one the following commands, where
$JAID_DIR$ is a directory on your local machine:
git clone https://firstname.lastname@example.org/maxpei/jaid.git $JAID_DIR$
git clone email@example.com:maxpei/jaid.git $JAID_DIR$
Open and compile the JAID project in IntelliJ IDEA
To open the JAID project in the IntelliJ IDEA IDE, go to
File/Open, navigate to
jaid.iml, and clike on OK.
The project assumes that a Java SDK, named
JAID_JDK, of version 1.8 or later has been configured in the IDE. You could add this SDK at
File/Project Structures/Project Settings/Project/Project SDK. Once the SDK has been properly configered, you should be able to compile JAID with no problem.
Run/Debug JAID within IntelliJ IDEA
Refer to IntelliJ IDEA's documentation for configuring command line arguments for JAID. See the JAID user manual for the list of supported command line arguments.
An example faulty project is provided in folder
$JAID_DIR$/example for demonstration. To run/debug JAID on the project, you need to modify
$JAID_DIR$/example/fixja.properties to match the local settings on your machine and refer to the figure below to add a configuration: