In order to install and execute the simulators you have developed on your users' computers, your users should have at least the SansGUI Run-Time Environment installed. You cannot distribute any files that come with the SansGUI Modeling and Simulation Environment without a proper license. When your users have the SansGUI environment installed, all you need to distribute are:
Object Library: The Object Library file with a .sgo extension generated from the Schema Definition of your simulator by the SansGUI Development Environment. When there are more than one option codes defined in the simulator identification, you need to decide which Object Library is to be distributed to your user according to your own criteria regarding the options.
Simulator Executable: The executable binaries of your simulator. It can be the DLL (.dll) of all the class functions of your in-process simulator or the executable program (.exe) of your external process simulator. All the supporting libraries that your simulator will be dynamically linked with should also be included.
Invocation Script (optional): If you developed custom invocation script for your users to run your external process simulator in a special way, you should also include the script file in the distribution.
Simulator Documentation: The on-line documentation developed for your simulator. Details have been discussed in the Preparing On-Line Documentation section in Chapter 3.
Simulation Examples: The examples that you developed to show your users how to use your simulator.
SansGUI Modeling and Simulation Environment Version 1.2
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