There are two ways to obtain JLense...
This section assumes that you already have JLense installed in the /jlense directory.
If your copy of JLense is installed in a different directory then just alter the
following directions appropriately.
Change the current folder to the JLense startup folder. All JLense scripts and applications are always run from the startup folder.
JLense uses the Apache Ant build tool. Ant is a core JLense plugin and a version of Ant will always be packaged with JLense. This makes it easier to move JLense around to different machines and build it without having to install and configure a bunch of stuff first.
The JLense startup folder contains a script file that runs the JLense/Ant
That's all! JLense has now been built.
The build script also properly configures your local installation. After building JLense you should see a new directory named .config in your JLense directory.
Execute this command from the jlense/startup folder. This command runs the JLense workbench with the JLense example plugins.