Commit bb2c207a authored by Will Binns's avatar Will Binns
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readme: Add instructions for upgrading TASTE VM

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It is installed with all dependencies in the TASTE virtual machine that you can download from [this link]( Manual installation is possible in a native Linux environment.
Debian 10 (buster) is the baseline. Recent versions of Ubuntu (20.x) should work as well.
__Important: OpenGEODE is already installed in the TASTE Virtual Machine, and fully integrated with the toolset, however, the current TASTE VM is a bit old - it is based on Debian 9 which does not have important dependencies to support the latest version of OpenGEODE. It is missing Python 3.7+ and PySide2. An upgrade is in the works, but it's not ready yet. If you are familiar enough with Linux, you can manually upgrade.__
_To upgrade, enter the shell in the TASTE VM and:_
# Switch to root
sudo su
# Make sure VM image is up to date
apt-get update
apt-get upgrade
apt-get dist-upgrade
# Point APT to Buster to prepare for upgrade
sed -i 's/stretch/buster/g' /etc/apt/sources.list
# Upgrade packages to Buster; when prompted allow services to be restarted automatically
apt-get upgrade
# Upgrade distribution to Buster
apt-get dist-upgrade
# Remove packages no longer needed
apt-get autoremove
# Return to taste user; exit root
# Navigate to TASTE source; upgrade
cd ~/tool-src
git pull
git checkout feature_buster
After this upgrade, you can work with the latest version of the tools, in particular the new Kazoo build system and Opengeode 3.xx (which you can update at any time). The Quick Reference Card has not been updated to reflect this yet.
The main differences to create/edit a project is that you must just run `taste<` (and not `taste-create-project/taste-edit-project` anymore). To build, run `make`.
You can check an example of a system using Opengeode if you go in `~/tool-src/kazoo/tests/Demo_ABB_Opengeode` and run `make` to build it. Then `taste` to edit.
In the interface view, select the SDL language for the implementation of the blocks you want to model using OpenGEODE.
Then when you right-click on the SDL block you can select the option "Open SDL Editor".
The code is automatically generated when you exit the tool.
The following commands should automate the installation (with exception of ASN1SCC - see below):
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