* lib
       directory containing the jfreechart and velocity libraries used
       by the analyzer tool.

  * doc
       directory containing all available documentation on the analyzer

  * conf
       directory containing optional analyzer configs.

       script that runs the Grinder Analyzer.


  * Jython 2.2.1 or later
  * Sun Java 1.5 or later

The graphing tool is a command-line script written in Jython.
Therefore, you must have a Jython (and Java) correctly installed on
your system, and available in the default path.  Installing and
configuring Jython are not covered here; the jython web page is:

If you are analyzing tests with very large numbers ( > 500 ) of
transaction types, you may need to increase the amount of memory
jython gets at startup.  Edit your jython shell script or your
jython.bat file, so that the java command has -Xms and -Xms
arguments.  On my system, it looks like this:

"/usr/local/jdk1.5.0_16/jre/bin/java" -Xms256m -Xmx256m -Dpython.home="/usr/local/jython2.2.1_J15" -classpath "$CP" org.python.util.jython "$@"

Use of Sun's JDK is required when running the precompiled Grinder
Analyzer as there are known issues when running against IBM's JDK.


Installing grinder analyzer is as simple as downloading the 
analyzer tar file and extracting it onto your files system.
If you are on Linux, OS X, or some other Unix-like system, run
this command:

   tar -zxpf grinderAnalyzer.<version>.tar.gz

Then move the grinder analyzer directory wherever you like.