Hello World Examples
Installation / Usage
Ok maybe you think that's interesting (I hope so!) and you just want to
try it out.
JLoom requires Java 1.5 or above.
If you are using Eclipse you are very lucky because there is an
Eclipse plugin for JLoom and you can skip to
If you are not using Eclipse, you have to download the binary JAR
This JAR is executable (since v0.9) and can be used to translate JLoom templates,
there is no installation required.
It can be executed with:
java -jar jloom-x.x.x.jar
It will show brief instructions when called without a parameter.
You can find an example usage and generation Java code in
Hello World Examples.
Alternatively you can use the JLoom API to translate templates.
The main class of the commandline tool is net.gereon.jloom.commandline.Translate,
you can take a look there to see how you can translate via the API.