Students should read the TerraME EMS and the MREL papers first, to get a sense of the language and what we are going to teach. The next step is to learn the basics of Lua, which is a simple and elegant programming language. Good references on Lua are:
Please first install the TerraME software, available at the TerraME site. Please install TerraME in “C:\TerraME” in Windows, or in “/usr/local/terrame/” in a Mac or Linux machine. After you have installed TerraME, please follow the instructions below.
We suggest that you use ZeroBraneStudio as your programming environment for developing TerraME programs. In Windows, please install the program to
C:\ZeroBraneStudio. In MAC and Linux, please use the default installation path.
After you download ZeroBraneStudio (ZBS), please do the following steps:
C:\ZeroBraneStudio\cfg”. In the MAC, the folder is “
/Applications/ZeroBraneStudio.app/Contents/ZeroBraneStudio/cfg”. In Ubuntu, it is “
/Applications/ZeroBraneStudio.app/Contents/ZeroBraneStudio/interpreters”. In Ubuntu, it is
/Applications/ZeroBraneStudio.app/Contents/ZeroBraneStudio/spec”. In Ubuntu, it is