Getting Started

Installing the TimingAnalyzer

  • Download and install the JRE Version 1.6.0 or newer if needed.

  • Download the zip file.

  • Unzip the downloaded TimingAnalyzer_bxx.zip in any directory

  • Windows

    c:\\Apps\\TimingAnalyzer_bxx
          TimingAnalyzer.jar     --   The executable program
          start_app.py           --   Python script to start the program
          scripts                --   directory for user scripts and Python Lib
          examples               --   directory for timing diagram examples
    
  • Linux and OSX

    /Users/danf/bin/TimingAnalyzer_bxx
          TimingAnalyzer.jar     --   The executable program
          start_app.py           --   Python script to start the program
          scripts                --   directory for user scripts and Python Lib
          examples               --   directory for timing diagram examples
    

Using the TimingAnalyzer without TA_HOME

  • Windows Desktop
    • Make shortcut icon of TimingAnalyzer.jar on Desktop.
    • Double click TimingAnalyzer.jar icon on Desktop.
  • Dos Window
    • cd c:\Apps\TimingAnalyer_bxx
    • java -jar TimingAnalyzer.jar
  • Linux and OSX
    • cd /Users/danf/bin/TimingAnalyzer_bxx
    • java -jar TimingAnalyzer.jar

Using the TimingAnalyzer with TA_HOME

  • In beta0.9899, the environment variable TA_HOME was added so you can start the program from any directory.
  • Windows
    • Add c:\Apps\TimingAnalyzer_bxx to Path system variable
    • set TA_HOME user variable to c:\Apps\TimingAnalyzer_bxx
    • cd c:\working_dir
    • java -jar TimingAnalyzer.jar
  • Linux and OSX
    • Add /Users/danf/bin/TimingAnalyzer_bxx to PATH system variable
    • set TA_HOME environment variable to /Users/danf/bin/TimingAnalyzer_bxx
    • cd /Users/danf/working_dir
    • java -jar TimingAnalyzer.jar

System Requirements

  • Oracle Java JRE1.6.0 or JDK1.6.0 or newer.
  • Windows, Linux, and OS X.