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The current project requires a platform that supports both, Python (2.3 or later) and
Java (1.4 or later). Java and Python can be dowloaded from their respective web sites:
There are also two specific libraries that are needed to run Bosco:
Cheetah is a template engine, used by Bosco to easly generate code. It is available
from its web site: http://cheetahtemplate.org.
Ant is a java based build tool, similar to Make but much easier. It is available
from its web site: http://ant.apache.org.
In order to execute the java code generated by Bosco, i.e. the JMI implementation,
some extra libraries are also needed.
While these libraries are included in the Bosco files, a different version of
these files can be specified in the build.properties as we will se later.
JMI is the acronym for Java Metadata Interface.