NOTE: This page is related to the Kure1 library which was replaced by the Kure2 library. You should NOT use this library in newly written code and instead use the new version which is available at http://korsika.informatik.uni-kiel.de/kure2/.
KURE is an abbreviation for ``Kiel University Relation package''. It is a linkable library written in C, which contains the relational functions of RelView. The idea behind KURE is to give programmers an easy to use library in order to write programs in other program languages.
The documentation of KURE.
You can download the system from our CVS-Server. It is located in the repository kure, either as a collection of the source files in the directory kure-1.0/, or as a gzipped tar file in the directory t../templates/p>
You can also have access via anonymous CVS. On a UNIX system you
have to set the variable
CVSROOT to the value:
:pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvs/kureThe modules are called
Oliver Szymanksi from the University of Dortmund has developed a Java library of KURE. It consists of the following files:
kureLib.his the file
kure.hwith the constants integrated (easier to compile).
kureJava.his the header for the Java Native Interface (JNI) layer around KURE.
kureJava.cis the source code for the JNI layer around KURE.
include.zipis actually included in every Java SDK. It is needed in order to compile the JNI layer.
Makefilefor compiling the JNI layer with CygWin.
kurejava.jaris the library as a Java archive file.
kureJava.c(and include the files from
include.zipor from JDK). The generated
.sohas to be delivered to the context during the initialization of the library.
If you are a local user, than you have to include either
/home/progsys/include/kureInt.h in your source file.
Furthermore, you have to link your executable to the files
libdddmp.a, which are located in the directories
Please send any comments, question and bug reports of the package to:
Ulf Milanese, e-mail: email@example.com