The code aims at being modular, well documented and easy to extend, but we implemented only what we needed.
The program consists in a single standalone executable:
launches the simulator with default parameters and creates a fully
documented file paramaters.ml, which you can edit. Read it to see all
the possibilities of the program! Any parameter can also be passed on
the command line to override the sttings of the configuration file.
will print their name (but beware there are many parameters). Of course the configuration file is not
overwritten if it already exists: remove it if you want to get the
initial default values.
Tested under Linux and Windows. You need ocaml. If you want to save snapshots
of the display (Linux only), you need camlimages (if you
know how to use camlimages under windows, please let me know!). So, if
you're a Debian user:
apt-get install ocaml libcamlimages-ocaml-dev libx11-dev
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