Locretia - Generating logs...
This tool generates XES logs of runs of owfn.
Locretia is open source software, licensed under the AGPL3+.
Installing and running Locretia requires a bunch of other tools:
- GCC - The GCC compiler
- Autotools test suite - Part of the GNU Auto-Tools for automated Tests
- Valgrind - Valgrind is an instrumentation framework for building dynamic analysis tools. There are Valgrind tools that can automatically detect many memory management and threading bugs, and profile your programs in detail.
- LCOV - LCOV is a graphical front-end for GCC's coverage testing tool gcov. It collects gcov data for multiple source files and creates HTML pages containing the source code annotated with coverage information.
- flex: The Fast Lexical Analyzer - Flex is a tool for generating scanners. A scanner, sometimes called a tokenizer, is a program which recognizes lexical patterns in text. The flex program reads user-specified input files, or its standard input if no file names are given, for a description of a scanner to generate.
- Bison - Gnu parser generator - Bison is a general-purpose parser generator that converts an annotated context-free grammar into a deterministic LR or generalized LR (GLR) parser employing LALR(1) parser tables.
- GNU Gengetopt - Gengetopt generates a C function that uses getopt_long function to parse the command line options, to validate them and fills a struct .
Extract the tar ball into a folder of your choice, and follow the steps below.
- Test (optional, but recommended)
sudo make install
Locretia's manual explains usage, features, and a brief scientifical background.
Locretia's documentation aims at the developer in you. If you are interested in implementation details this is the right place for you to look.
The current maintainer of Locretia is Simon Heiden.
Simon Heiden implemented the functionality of generating XES logs.
Several people have committed time, code, and advice to the development of Locretia.
- Simon Heiden (82 commits)
- Niels Lohmann (1 commit)
Locretia's development team thanks:
- Niels Lohmann for providing the skeleton of the source code