The CreateCISI application
cam.codegen.CreateCISI is available as a zipped .jar file
(The reason I zip the jar file is so that your internet browser doesn't try to immediately download and execute the .jar file.)
Download this file, unzip it to extract CreateCISI.jar. The CreateCISI routine
is invoked with a java command, the form of which depends upon the type of operating system one is using.
For a PC Platform: : with the CLASSPATH variable set to include the Java classes.zip file one can use
java -classpath %CLASSPATH%;CreateCISI.jar;. cam.codegen.CreateCISI
For a UNIX Platform: with the CLASSPATH variable set to include the Java classes.zip file one can use
java -classpath $CLASSPATH%:CreateCISI.jar:. cam.codegen.CreateCISI
Inflating the .zip files :
On UNIX systems: The command that I use to unzip them is
unzip -a -U -o xxx.zip
where xxx.zip is the .zip file. The -a option forces a conversion of CR LF to just LF, the -U option preserves the upper-case aspect of the file names, and the -o option allows an overwrite of existing files.
On PC systems: One can use any of the wide number of unzip routines. You have to use a version of an unzip routine which supports long file names. I've been using the PKZIP for Windows 2.5 from PKWARE.