Commit 476ad80d authored by Aaron Bray's avatar Aaron Bray
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Update ReadMe.md

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To run the driver, change directory in your cmd/bash shell to the build/install/bin directory and execute the following :
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~bash
# First ensure the release directory (or debug if that is what you are running) is on your path, so we can see the executable
# Note release will contain 64bit binaries, if you build 32bit, there will be a release32 folder
PATH=%PATH%;./release # for windows
PATH=$PATH:./release # for linux
ScenarioDriver BasicStandard.xml
PulseScenarioDriver verification/scenarios/patient/BasicStandard.pba
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<b> .csv and .log files will be placed in the bin directory </b>
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Where [option] can be one of the following :
- genData - Generate xml files from data in the ../data/Data.xlxs file (Patients, Substances, etc.)
- genData - Generate pba files from data in the ../data/Data.xlxs file (Patients, Substances, etc.)
- genStates - Generate state file for every patient at the point where the patient completed stabilization (Simulation time 0s)
- Any of the testing configurations found in ../test/config without the suffix
- For Example : DebugRun, CDMUnitTests, ValidationSystems, VerificationScenarios, etc.
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There is also an example of using a Java based interface with an eclipse project you can explore as well.
See the wiki for more examples using the SDK and building your own application with Pulse.
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