Chapter 3.3 - Compiling the Framework
Before you can call make, you have to do a little change in initcomponents.cpp. It's the main initalization file for the whole RealTimeBattle Framework. The change is to tell the framework that there is a new strategy.
First, you have to add an include statement
pointing to your strategy factory header file.
For exaplme, Brotfrucht calls
The second step is to add a usig statement for
your factory class in
initComponents(). Brotfrucht needs there:
using Brotfrucht::BFFactory; because
Brotfrucht's namespace is Brotfrucht and its
factory class is called BFFactory.
The last step is the step where we really add
the strategy. In
we have to add the line
for Brotfrucht for example. mrc is the Master Resource Control,
the central unit of the RealTimeBattle Framework.
Brotfrucht is the name of the strategy. With this
name you can identifiy a strategy for a robot in
the config-file. The second parameter is an auto pointer
to an instance of a class derivated from Strategies::StrategyFactory. For Brotfrucht, it's a new instance of BFFactory().
That are all changes you have to make at the framework. It's ready for compiling now.
Take a shell and call make install. If it is your first compilation you have to call the configure script by calling ./configure first.
The first compilation of the RealTimeBattle Framework may take a little time. But when you just add a new strategy it will be faster cause some parts are not getting compiled again.