8 Replies Latest reply on Feb 17, 2014 10:17 AM by Koen Aers

    [forge-users]  How do I run Forge shell from the code ?

      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 - 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 ? "

      );

       

      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 ?

       

      Antonio

       

        • 1. Re: [forge-users] How do I run Forge shell from the code ?
          George Gastaldi Master

          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@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 - 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 ? ");

           

          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 ?

           

          Antonio

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          • 2. Re: [forge-users] How do I run Forge shell from the code ?

            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@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@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 - 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 ?

            "*);

             

            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 ?

             

            Antonio

             

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            • 3. Re: [forge-users] How do I run Forge shell from the code ?
              George Gastaldi Master

              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@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@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@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 - 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 ? ");

              >>>

              >>> 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 ?

              >>>

              >>> Antonio

              >>> _______________________________________________

              >>> forge-users mailing list

              >>> forge-users@lists.jboss.org

              >>> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-users

              >>

              >> _______________________________________________

              >> forge-users mailing list

              >> forge-users@lists.jboss.org

              >> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-users

               

               

              --

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              Software architect and Java Champion

               

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              • 4. Re: [forge-users] How do I run Forge shell from the code ?
                Lincoln Baxter III Master

                Antonio, if I understand you correctly, you want to be able to run the

                Forge shell via the Forge sources in the IDE. Unfortunately there's not

                really a way to do that currently since as George says, the IDE terminals

                basically can't handle TAB characters or backspace very well.

                 

                Though this does give me the idea that we should really provide this as a

                feature somehow if possible. Maybe as a "Run" type. "Run in Forge Console",

                so that you could try out any application in the Forge terminal. This would

                obviously let you run Forge sources as well (E.g. Running the Bootstrap

                class in the Forge Console would give you the same result as running the

                Forge Console and starting Forge via the green button.

                 

                Koen, is this something you think we can do at some point?

                 

                 

                On Mon, Feb 17, 2014 at 7:05 AM, George Gastaldi <ggastald@redhat.com>wrote:

                 

                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@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@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@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 - 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

                >> ? "*);

                >>

                >> 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 ?

                >>

                >> Antonio

                >>

                >> _______________________________________________

                >> forge-users mailing list

                >> forge-users@lists.jboss.org

                >> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-users

                >>

                >>

                >> _______________________________________________

                >> forge-users mailing list

                >> forge-users@lists.jboss.org

                >> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-users

                >>

                >

                >

                --

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                Software architect and Java Champion

                 

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                | LinkedIn <http://www.linkedin.com/in/agoncal> | Paris JUG<http://www.parisjug.org/>

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                http://ocpsoft.org

                "Simpler is better."

                 

                • 5. Re: [forge-users] How do I run Forge shell from the code ?

                  Yes, that's what I would like to do. Doesn't really matter if I don't have

                  the full shell support (like TAB and so on). I'm quite interested in the

                  code generation, so if I make a tiny change in a template and want to

                  quickly have a look at what it generates, I would like to run the Shell

                  inside my IDE, quickly enter 2 or 3 shell commands and see if my changes

                  are ok.

                   

                   

                  2014-02-17 14:57 GMT+01:00 Lincoln Baxter, III <lincolnbaxter@gmail.com>:

                   

                  Antonio, if I understand you correctly, you want to be able to run the

                  Forge shell via the Forge sources in the IDE. Unfortunately there's not

                  really a way to do that currently since as George says, the IDE terminals

                  basically can't handle TAB characters or backspace very well.

                   

                  Though this does give me the idea that we should really provide this as a

                  feature somehow if possible. Maybe as a "Run" type. "Run in Forge Console",

                  so that you could try out any application in the Forge terminal. This would

                  obviously let you run Forge sources as well (E.g. Running the Bootstrap

                  class in the Forge Console would give you the same result as running the

                  Forge Console and starting Forge via the green button.

                   

                  Koen, is this something you think we can do at some point?

                   

                  >

                  On Mon, Feb 17, 2014 at 7:05 AM, George Gastaldi <ggastald@redhat.com>wrote:

                   

                  >> 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@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@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@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 - 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

                  >>> ? "*);

                  >>>

                  >>> 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 ?

                  >>>

                  >>> Antonio

                  >>>

                  >>> _______________________________________________

                  >>> forge-users mailing list

                  >>> forge-users@lists.jboss.org

                  >>> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-users

                  >>>

                  >>>

                  >>> _______________________________________________

                  >>> forge-users mailing list

                  >>> forge-users@lists.jboss.org

                  >>> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-users

                  >>>

                  >>

                  >>

                  >>

                  >> --

                  >> Antonio Goncalves

                  >> Software architect and Java Champion

                  >>

                  >> Web site <http://www.antoniogoncalves.org/> | Twitter<http://twitter.com/agoncal>

                  >>  | LinkedIn <http://www.linkedin.com/in/agoncal> | Paris JUG<http://www.parisjug.org/>

                  >>  | Devoxx France <http://www.devoxx.fr/>

                  >>

                  >> _______________________________________________

                  >> forge-users mailing list

                  >> forge-users@lists.jboss.org

                  >> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-users

                  >>

                  >>

                  >> _______________________________________________

                  >> forge-users mailing list

                  >> forge-users@lists.jboss.org

                  >> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-users

                  >>

                  >

                  >

                  --

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                  http://ocpsoft.org

                  "Simpler is better."

                   

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                  --

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                  Software architect and Java Champion

                   

                  Web site <http://www.antoniogoncalves.org/> |

                  Twitter<http://twitter.com/agoncal>

                  | LinkedIn <http://www.linkedin.com/in/agoncal> | Paris

                  JUG<http://www.parisjug.org/>

                  | Devoxx France <http://www.devoxx.fr/>

                   

                  • 6. Re: [forge-users] How do I run Forge shell from the code ?
                    Lincoln Baxter III Master

                    In this case, I suggest writing a test case:

                    https://github.com/forge/core/blob/master/javaee/tests/src/test/java/org/jboss/forge/addon/javaee/faces/FacesFacetShellTest.java#L93

                     

                     

                    On Mon, Feb 17, 2014 at 9:25 AM, Antonio Goncalves <

                    antonio.mailing@gmail.com> wrote:

                     

                    Yes, that's what I would like to do. Doesn't really matter if I don't have

                    the full shell support (like TAB and so on). I'm quite interested in the

                    code generation, so if I make a tiny change in a template and want to

                    quickly have a look at what it generates, I would like to run the Shell

                    inside my IDE, quickly enter 2 or 3 shell commands and see if my changes

                    are ok.

                     

                    >

                    2014-02-17 14:57 GMT+01:00 Lincoln Baxter, III <lincolnbaxter@gmail.com>:

                     

                    Antonio, if I understand you correctly, you want to be able to run the

                    >> Forge shell via the Forge sources in the IDE. Unfortunately there's not

                    >> really a way to do that currently since as George says, the IDE terminals

                    >> basically can't handle TAB characters or backspace very well.

                    >>

                    >> Though this does give me the idea that we should really provide this as a

                    >> feature somehow if possible. Maybe as a "Run" type. "Run in Forge Console",

                    >> so that you could try out any application in the Forge terminal. This would

                    >> obviously let you run Forge sources as well (E.g. Running the Bootstrap

                    >> class in the Forge Console would give you the same result as running the

                    >> Forge Console and starting Forge via the green button.

                    >>

                    >> Koen, is this something you think we can do at some point?

                    >>

                    >>

                    >> On Mon, Feb 17, 2014 at 7:05 AM, George Gastaldi <ggastald@redhat.com>wrote:

                    >>

                    >>> 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@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@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@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 - 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

                    >>>> ? "*);

                    >>>>

                    >>>> 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 ?

                    >>>>

                    >>>> Antonio

                    >>>>

                    >>>> _______________________________________________

                    >>>> forge-users mailing list

                    >>>> forge-users@lists.jboss.org

                    >>>> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-users

                    >>>>

                    >>>>

                    >>>> _______________________________________________

                    >>>> forge-users mailing list

                    >>>> forge-users@lists.jboss.org

                    >>>> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-users

                    >>>>

                    >>>

                    >>>

                    >>>

                    >>> --

                    >>> Antonio Goncalves

                    >>> Software architect and Java Champion

                    >>>

                    >>> Web site <http://www.antoniogoncalves.org/> | Twitter<http://twitter.com/agoncal>

                    >>>  | LinkedIn <http://www.linkedin.com/in/agoncal> | Paris JUG<http://www.parisjug.org/>

                    >>>  | Devoxx France <http://www.devoxx.fr/>

                    >>>

                    >>> _______________________________________________

                    >>> forge-users mailing list

                    >>> forge-users@lists.jboss.org

                    >>> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-users

                    >>>

                    >>>

                    >>> _______________________________________________

                    >>> forge-users mailing list

                    >>> forge-users@lists.jboss.org

                    >>> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-users

                    >>>

                    >>

                    >>

                    >>

                    >> --

                    >> Lincoln Baxter, III

                    >> http://ocpsoft.org

                    >> "Simpler is better."

                    >>

                    >> _______________________________________________

                    >> forge-users mailing list

                    >> forge-users@lists.jboss.org

                    >> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-users

                    >>

                    >

                    >

                    --

                    Antonio Goncalves

                    Software architect and Java Champion

                     

                    Web site <http://www.antoniogoncalves.org/> | Twitter<http://twitter.com/agoncal>

                    | LinkedIn <http://www.linkedin.com/in/agoncal> | Paris JUG<http://www.parisjug.org/>

                    | Devoxx France <http://www.devoxx.fr/>

                     

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                    http://ocpsoft.org

                    "Simpler is better."

                     

                    • 7. Re: [forge-users] How do I run Forge shell from the code ?
                      Lincoln Baxter III Master

                      In fact, that test case should pretty much be set up for what you need. I

                      would just copy this as a starting point, replace the test methods with

                      your own, and go from there.

                       

                       

                      On Mon, Feb 17, 2014 at 9:40 AM, Lincoln Baxter, III <

                      lincolnbaxter@gmail.com> wrote:

                       

                      In this case, I suggest writing a test case:

                      https://github.com/forge/core/blob/master/javaee/tests/src/test/java/org/jboss/forge/addon/javaee/faces/FacesFacetShellTest.java#L93

                       

                      >

                      On Mon, Feb 17, 2014 at 9:25 AM, Antonio Goncalves <

                      antonio.mailing@gmail.com> wrote:

                       

                      >> Yes, that's what I would like to do. Doesn't really matter if I don't

                      >> have the full shell support (like TAB and so on). I'm quite interested in

                      >> the code generation, so if I make a tiny change in a template and want to

                      >> quickly have a look at what it generates, I would like to run the Shell

                      >> inside my IDE, quickly enter 2 or 3 shell commands and see if my changes

                      >> are ok.

                      >>

                      >>

                      >> 2014-02-17 14:57 GMT+01:00 Lincoln Baxter, III <lincolnbaxter@gmail.com>:

                      >>

                      >> Antonio, if I understand you correctly, you want to be able to run the

                      >>> Forge shell via the Forge sources in the IDE. Unfortunately there's not

                      >>> really a way to do that currently since as George says, the IDE terminals

                      >>> basically can't handle TAB characters or backspace very well.

                      >>>

                      >>> Though this does give me the idea that we should really provide this as

                      >>> a feature somehow if possible. Maybe as a "Run" type. "Run in Forge

                      >>> Console", so that you could try out any application in the Forge terminal.

                      >>> This would obviously let you run Forge sources as well (E.g. Running the

                      >>> Bootstrap class in the Forge Console would give you the same result as

                      >>> running the Forge Console and starting Forge via the green button.

                      >>>

                      >>> Koen, is this something you think we can do at some point?

                      >>>

                      >>>

                      >>> On Mon, Feb 17, 2014 at 7:05 AM, George Gastaldi <ggastald@redhat.com>wrote:

                      >>>

                      >>>> 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@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@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@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 - 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

                      >>>>> ? "*);

                      >>>>>

                      >>>>> 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 ?

                      >>>>>

                      >>>>> Antonio

                      >>>>>

                      >>>>> _______________________________________________

                      >>>>> forge-users mailing list

                      >>>>> forge-users@lists.jboss.org

                      >>>>> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-users

                      >>>>>

                      >>>>>

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                      >>>>> forge-users@lists.jboss.org

                      >>>>> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-users

                      >>>>>

                      >>>>

                      >>>>

                      >>>>

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                      >>>> Software architect and Java Champion

                      >>>>

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                      >>>>  | LinkedIn <http://www.linkedin.com/in/agoncal> | Paris JUG<http://www.parisjug.org/>

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                      >>>>

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                      >>>>

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                      >>>>

                      >>>

                      >>>

                      >>>

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                      >>> http://ocpsoft.org

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                      >>>

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                      >>> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-users

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                      >>

                      >>

                      >>

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                      >> Software architect and Java Champion

                      >>

                      >> Web site <http://www.antoniogoncalves.org/> | Twitter<http://twitter.com/agoncal>

                      >>  | LinkedIn <http://www.linkedin.com/in/agoncal> | Paris JUG<http://www.parisjug.org/>

                      >>  | Devoxx France <http://www.devoxx.fr/>

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                      • 8. Re: [forge-users] How do I run Forge shell from the code ?
                        Koen Aers Master

                        It's software… With the correct amount of indirections, everything is possible

                         

                        But I think it should probably be not too difficult.

                         

                        Cheers,

                        Koen

                         

                        Op 17-feb.-2014, om 14:57 heeft Lincoln Baxter, III het volgende geschreven:

                         

                        Antonio, if I understand you correctly, you want to be able to run the Forge shell via the Forge sources in the IDE. Unfortunately there's not really a way to do that currently since as George says, the IDE terminals basically can't handle TAB characters or backspace very well.

                         

                        Though this does give me the idea that we should really provide this as a feature somehow if possible. Maybe as a "Run" type. "Run in Forge Console", so that you could try out any application in the Forge terminal. This would obviously let you run Forge sources as well (E.g. Running the Bootstrap class in the Forge Console would give you the same result as running the Forge Console and starting Forge via the green button.

                         

                        Koen, is this something you think we can do at some point?

                         

                         

                        On Mon, Feb 17, 2014 at 7:05 AM, George Gastaldi <ggastald@redhat.com> wrote:

                        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@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@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@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 - 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 ? ");

                        >>>

                        >>> 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 ?

                        >>>

                        >>> Antonio

                        >>> _______________________________________________

                        >>> forge-users mailing list

                        >>> forge-users@lists.jboss.org

                        >>> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-users

                        >>

                        >> _______________________________________________

                        >> forge-users mailing list

                        >> forge-users@lists.jboss.org

                        >> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-users

                        >>

                        >>

                        >>

                        >> --

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                        >> Software architect and Java Champion

                        >>

                        >> Web site | Twitter | LinkedIn | Paris JUG | Devoxx France

                        >> _______________________________________________

                        >> forge-users mailing list

                        >> forge-users@lists.jboss.org

                        >> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/forge-users

                         

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