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krush kill 'n destroy
written by Geekofdeath on Apr 28, 2008 20:53
I've spent the last few hours trying to figure out how to get a certain Analytical Machine (history's foremost vaporware) Emulator working. Since I have virtually no knowledge of Java, I can't make sense of any of the instructions, of which there are few.

I want to run either the command-line or the graphical emulator (I did not find the graphical emulator, it may have just been a description), but I haven't the knowledge to do so (it isn't just a simple download-extract-doubleclick ordeal).

Here is the whole Analytical Engine page. The files are scattered throughout. Thanks in advance, if anyone here can find out how to work it.
faces or a vase?
written by Tom on Apr 29, 2008 00:42
It doesn't look like you need to know any Java - t he regular command line emulator worked for me, just run as a standard java program:
java aes <cardfile>
I guess some of the example cardfiles don't display anything, so if you want to see what they're doing do
java aes -t <cardfile>
and it'll print out the instructions it's executing. Others display a result, or write it to standard output.

(If it still doesn't work, check your classpath, but I don't think you should have a problem.)
krush kill 'n destroy
written by Geekofdeath on Apr 29, 2008 23:25
Ok, it works. However, I have managed to finally find the browser-based version, which is a lot easier.
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