Getting Started with Origen
Creating a New App
Once you have installed Origen, you should find that you now have access to an ‘origen’ executable from anywhere.
origen from the command line and you should see this:
Usage: origen COMMAND [ARGS] The following commands are available: new Create a new Origen application or plugin. "origen new my_app" creates a new origen application workspace in "./my_app" interactive Start an interactive Origen console (short-cut alias: "i"), this is just IRB with the 'origen' lib loaded automatically Many commands can be run with -h (or --help) for more information.
Because you are currently outside of an Origen application, there is a reduced set of commands available.
origen new command should be used to generate a new application.
To create a new application run the command like below and answer the questions at the command prompt:
origen new my_app_name
The new application will be custom built depending on your answers to the questions and it should need no additional configuration to get started.
You can immediately start adding your application specific logic to the
As your experience with Origen grows, you can extend the
origen new command to
add your own customized starter applications. This process is described in the
advanced guides, see: Creating Custom Application Generators.
All new applications come with a pre-built framework for creating web-based documentation of your application - just like the page that you are currently reading.
To build the initial example documents:
origen web compile -a
Then just follow the instructions to point your browser to the address that is output from the above command.