To set up Eclipse to use JSBML, in general, you have to add the
resources folder to your Eclipse build path. In addition, you need to add
.jar files included in the
Then, you need to do an extra step to configure the annotation processor, as the different parsers in JSBML are registered automatically using java annotation.
To configure the annotation processor, follow the instructions in the page https://github.com/niko-rodrigue/spi/blob/wiki/EclipseSettings.md The jar file of the annotation processor is located in the jsbml source tree at “jsbml”/core/lib/spi-full-0.2.4.jar.
You can run the
ParserManager class to check that the list of parsers are not empty and that they contain the parsers you need.