The simplest way to create an up-to-date Java-only build of Waterloo and omit Groovy dependencies
is to build the kcl-waterloo-base.jar file in NetBeans using the sources from the Git repository.
The "http://sourceforge.net/p/waterloo/beta/ci/master/tree/Sources/Java" folder
contains all the code as a set of NetBeans projects.
Keep the folder structure intact as relative addressing is used to locate the
relevant files and automate building the project.
Third-party dependencies such as SwingX are all in the "..Sources/Java/ThirdPartyDependencies" folder.
Required items will be copied to the "../kcl-waterloo-base/dist/lib"
folder as required when building with the NetBeans IDE.
For the Version 1.1 release of Waterloo, the NetBeans configuration has been
set to build all modules in the correct sequence if the "Build Projects on ClassPath"
check box is selected in the Properties for each module.
Open the top-level project in Netbeans: typically GraphExplorer or kcl-waterloo-base
Right-click on the project and choose "Open Required Projects"
Right-click on the top-level project and choose "Clean and Build".
If you intend to use the GPL extensions (kcl-waterloo-gpl.jar), these should be built last
and need to be added to the classpath independently.
Building the kcl-waterloo-base project will create a Java-only build with:
kcl-waterloo-base.jar in the "../kcl-waterloo-base/dist" subfolder
all dependencies in the "../kcl-waterloo-base/dist/lib" folder
together with appropriate META-INF in kcl-waterloo-base.jar.