This document explains the basic steps to check out Gravisto from the SVN repository and get it running. Most of the Gravisto development is done with the Eclipse IDE. Although not required, it is highly recommended. This tutorial assumes that you have the following:
The Gravisto SVN repository can be accessed via the "https" protocol. In order to commit any changes write access is required. Therefor you need to provide your credentials.
For easiest access download this file: gravisto.psf and import it into Eclipse with File > Import > Team Project Set.
As an alternative, you can configure the repository location manually:
For read/write access an account on the Gravisto SVN server is needed. As soon as you try to commit any changes you will be asked for your credentials. Then provide your name and password and the commit will succeed.
Eclipse should compile Gravisto automatically. There may occur some errors, however. Be sure that Window > Preferences > Java > Compiler > JDK Compliance > Compiler Compliance Level is set to 6.0.