See documentation at the project web site.
- Getting started
- Flavour source code repository
- Site source code repository
- Discussion on Google groups
Simply clone source code (
git clone https://github.com/konsoletyper/teavm.git) and run maven build (
mvn clean install). You can do things a little faster (
mvn clean -DskipTests) or even a little more faster (
mvn clean -DskipTests -Dteavm.build.all=false).
You may want to access new features and don't want to wait until stable release is published on Maven Central. In this case you can get latest development build from bintray. All you need is to put the following in your
<repositories> <repository> <id>teavm-dev</id> <url>https://dl.bintray.com/konsoletyper/teavm</url> </repository> </repositories>
IDEA plugin is also available in preview builds. You need to add corresponding repository manually to IDEA. Open Settings -> Plugins -> Browse repositories... -> Manage repositories..., click Add button and enter
http://teavm.org/idea/dev/teavmRepository.xml. Then get back to Browse repositories and pick TeaVM plugin from list.
If you are not satisfied with Maven, you can embed TeaVM in your program or even create your own plugin for any build tool, like Ant or Gradle. The starting point for you may be
org.teavm.tooling.TeaVMTool class from
teavm-tooling artifact. You may want to go deeper and use
teavm-core artifact, learn how
TeaVMTool initializes it. To learn how to use
TeaVMTool class itself, find its usages across project source code. You most likely encounter Maven and IDEA plugins.
Please, notice that these APIs for embedding are still unstable and may change between versions.
pom.xml file to learn how to build
wasm file from Java. Then you may want to examine
index-teavm.js to learn how to embed WebAssembly into your web page.
More information is available at the official site: http://teavm.org.
Ask your questions by email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Also you can report issues on a project's issue tracker.