[forge-users] How do I run Forge shell from the code ?
ggastald at redhat.com
Mon Feb 17 07:05:07 EST 2014
I beliee the problem is that the default Console tab in Eclipse does not handle System.in very well (Tabs, etc). Koen is working in the Forge 2 Console view and should allow this very soon.
> Em 17/02/2014, às 08:10, Antonio Goncalves <antonio.mailing at gmail.com> escreveu:
> Well, I also do the entire "remove my ~/.forge and install the core with forge -i org.jboss.forge.addon:core,2.0.1-SNAPSHOT -b"... but I thought there was something easier. So, from my IDE I cannot run a Main class somewhere that kick off Forge locally (without having to istall it) ?
> 2014-02-16 23:43 GMT+01:00 George Gastaldi <ggastald at redhat.com>:
>> Hi Antonio,
>> There are two options:
>> - I usually build the whole project (tests disabled), then go into dist/target and unzip the distribution. After that I remove my ~/.forge and install the core with forge -i org.jboss.forge.addon:core,2.0.1-SNAPSHOT -b.
>> - create tests using the shell-test-harness.
>> There is a sh script in the forge/core root that does the unzipping but I usually do it manually.
>>> Em 16/02/2014, às 17:48, Antonio Goncalves <antonio.mailing at gmail.com> escreveu:
>>> Hi developers,
>>> I've cloned Forge 2 code on my local computer, I create pull/requests, test new functionalities.... But do you know how I actually run the command shell from the code ?
>>> If I run the org.jboss.forge.bootstrap.Bootstrap class (it has a public static void main method) the output just hangs (like when the Shell is not installed) :
>>> JBoss Forge, version [ 2.0.1-SNAPSHOT ] - JBoss, by Red Hat, Inc. [ http://forge.jboss.org ]
>>> So I thought of passing this argument to the Bootstrap class (--install org.jboss.forge.addon:core,2.0.1-SNAPSHOT) but there is a NPE at :
>>> String result = System.console().readLine("Confirm installation [Y/n]? ");
>>> So on debug mode I set the result to "Y" but after bootstrap.start(); the VM just stopped gently.
>>> I suppose the underlying question is : how do you run the shell once you have made a change and want to test it ?
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