Here we demostrate how to use the Floggy in the command line. We suggest that you use other way to build your project, for instance you may use Ant.
The example is based on Linux like systems.
prompt> fpw.sh -cp ~/wtkhome/lib/midpapi20.jar:~/wtkhome/lib/cldc10.jar -s -o ./output ./input
The parameters declared in the command line execution has the following meaning.
- cp (required): a reference to a path that contains the classes referenced by yours application. The packages cldcapi and midpapi must be into this classpath. This packages could be find at the Sun Java Wireless Toolkit.
- -o output (optional): the directory or jar file where the weaved classes will be placed. If omited the classes will be placed in the input directory|file.
- input (required): the directory or jar file that contains the classes that will be processed by the weaver.
- -s (optional): a flag indicating the weaver to generate or not the source of methods weaved in the bytecode.