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Hello! This page will get you started with Dragonfly, the BUG software development kit (SDK). Dragonfly includes all the code, APIs, and a Virtual BUG to get you up and running.
Getting Started with Dragonfly
Dragonfly is built on Eclipse Classic SDK, an open development platform written in Java. Eclipse Classic can be used on Windows, Linux, and Mac platforms.
- Dragonfly is compatible with Eclipse version 3.3 or greater, but we recommend version 3.4. If you are not using this version, you can download and install Eclipse.
- Eclipse Classic requires Java 1.5 or higher. If you are not using this version, you can download Java now.
- On Linux, you may need to install xulrunner for the browser view to work inside Eclipse. On a Debian or
Ubuntu distribution, install like this:
sudo apt-get install xulrunner
Downloading and Installing Dragonfly
- Use our SDK Install Guide, or Run Dragonfly from the source.
- Release Notes
- Check out the various Production, Testing or Integration builds.
For SDK Developers
- Using the Virtual BUG
- View the Virtual BUG's web server
- Save state of Virtual BUG
- Persisting module location between launches
- Tutorials & HOWTOs: Guides for things to do with your BUG
- Using Applications