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  • Setting up ONE in Eclipse IDE

    Hi! How to set up ONE in popular IDEs is a common question, therefore, I intend to show a brief tutorial on how to set up ONE in two most used Java IDEs: Eclipse and Netbeans. Following I describe how to configure the simulator in Eclipse. After downloading Eclipse, open...

  • On Batch Simulations in the ONE

    Hi! This post shows some tips about batch simulation in ONE. When we do not intend to use the GUI, we can run simulations in batch mode using -b option. ./one.sh -b my_setting_file.txt So far, so good. However, the main advantage of using batch simulations is to run several simulations...

  • Multiple Authors in Jekyll

    Hi! This post is about how to add author’s information at the end of each post in Jekyll powered blogs. I followed two good references found in the web: SorryApp and lostdecadagames. First of all, we need to store the author information somewhere. I created a dir named _data with...

  • Message Generation

    Hi! Message generation is a recurring question in the mailing list. Recently, Mr. Barun Saha wrote a good post about the MessageEventGenerator class, focused on solve doubts about how to specify the source and destination of messages. Sometimes, we need a better control over the number of messages generated and...

  • Compilation of Links on theONE

    Hello, everyone! As my first post, I would like to share with you a collection of links about theONE simulator. They deal with a lot of entry-level and mid doubts. I intend to update this post frequently, adding new links and removing broken links. If you have a good link...