Commit 57a7b089 authored by shubham mukherjee's avatar shubham mukherjee

readme update

parent 9d0a487a
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### Building using Eclipse IDE
##### Import the code
1. Import the code from `gesall-core` repository into Eclipse.
2. Add `gesall-htsjdk` and `gesall-picard` Eclipse projects to dependencies in `Project->Properties->Java Build Path->Projects`
(1.) Import the code from `gesall-core` repository into Eclipse.
*OR Alternatively*
2. First build the `gesall-htsjdk` and `gesall-picard` individually (using thier respective ant build scripts) and add the appropriate jar files out of the ones that were generated:
(2.) Add `gesall-htsjdk` and `gesall-picard` Eclipse projects to dependencies in `Project->Properties->Java Build Path->Projects`
**OR Alternatively**
(2.) First build the `gesall-htsjdk` and `gesall-picard` individually (using thier respective ant build scripts) and add the appropriate jar files out of the ones that were generated:
Specifically, Add `gesall-htsjdk/dist/htsjdk-xxx.jar` and `gesall-picard/dist/picard-xxx.jar` to the Eclipse Build Path.
3. Add all the other external JAR files from `gesall-libs` into `Project->Properties->Java Build Path->Libraries`.
(3.) Add all the other external JAR files from `gesall-libs` into `Project->Properties->Java Build Path->Libraries`.
##### Building the jars
In order to build using an IDE, we have to add the Hadoop jars as well. Hadoop jars are NOT provided in `gesall-libs` or other directories.
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