Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of Tutorial/HowtoWriteScripts/OrbitRuby


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Sep 5, 2006, 8:40:49 PM (14 years ago)
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    66)'', ''info(
    77)'', and ''debug(
    8 )''.  How do they work?  Like assertions?  What arguments do they take?  Besides these debugging methods, there are three classes of ORBIT-specific methods discussed below:  implicit, Experiment, and NodeSet.
     8)''.  How do they work?  Like assertions?  What arguments do they take?  Besides these debugging methods, there are three classes of ORBIT-specific methods discussed below:  implicit, Experiment, and !NodeSet.
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    1010Among the implicit methods two are used to define resources:
     
    3636It is anticipated that the 'Experiment' prefix will be removed in future versions.
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    38 Other ORBIT-specific methods are NodeSet methods that set properties for the specified set of nodes.  They have the form
     38Other ORBIT-specific methods are !NodeSet methods that set properties for the specified set of nodes.  They have the form
    3939{{{
    4040NodeSet ( nodes(setName).method )
     
    6363      with other node sets: [‘nodeSet1’, ‘nodeSet2’]
    6464}}}
    65 These methods are useful for declaring common functionality over multiple sets.  The various network parameters that may be configured within a defNodes or allNodes block are shown in Figure 9 below, here the first and second Ethernet interfaces are e0 and e1, and the first and second wireless interfaces are w0 and w1.
     65These methods are useful for declaring common functionality over multiple sets.  The various network parameters that may be configured within a !defNodes or !allNodes block are shown in Figure 9 below, here the first and second Ethernet interfaces are e0 and e1, and the first and second wireless interfaces are w0 and w1.
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    6767{{{