Re: Alto question

Gao Kai

Hi Anaïs,

It's great to know that you are interested in the ALTO implementation!

The ALTO implementation comes as a part of the Open Daylight platform. There are two ways to install it.

1. Download an Open Daylight installation. The ALTO project should be included in the installation as well.
2. You can clone the public ALTO repository from github [1] and compile the alto-karaf. It would contain a minimal karaf runtime with ALTO components.

The build system is Maven. It would be easier if you have some experience before.

About the usage, the project is released under Eclipse Public License v1.0 so I think you can definitely use it for academic purposes. But if your project has a product, you may consider consulting a lawyer instead :)


On Fri, Nov 8, 2019 at 1:35 AM annais escribano ramos <annais995@...> wrote:
Hello, my name is Anaïs, a few months ago I found out about the ALTO protocol. Then I started to search for server implementations and I found yours, which I think is by far the best I've seen.

I wanted to install your implementation in my machine and I was wondering what requirements the machine has to have to support it.

And about the usage, can I use it for academic purposes?

Thank you in advance. Best regards,

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