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Command
Run your project with your own scripts.

Add command

Adding command is available through the Command tab in the left by adding commands(Common, Build, Run, Test).
You can add commands by right-clicking in each command menu.
For a detailed description of Run/Build, please refer to Run, Build guide.

Remove/Duplication/Run Command

You can right-click the generated command to remove, duplicate, and run it. You can also select multiple commands.

Edit command

You can create your own command script by double-clicking the command.

Name

A name of the command

Server Process

On/off toggle button to change your server process status.
Project's running URL of server (web) process is at the bottom (Run tab).

Script

The script to run the command for the first time. An example below is the default run command of Java.

Stop script

Script to terminate the process in 'Script' above. You can turn it on/off by pressing the right button. When the stop script is off, run SININT(terminal interrupt signal, Ctrl+C) to stop the script.

Log script

Script to output a log of the running process. The scripts are executed in the following order. 'script' > 'log script' > 'Stop script'. Like the 'Stop script', you can click on/off.

Environment Variable

You can set the environment variables for the run command. You can add it selecting empty cell in the table, and delete them by clicking recycle bin icon at the last column of the row.

Command Variable

We have default variables that user can easily handle. In case of ${XXX.set.XXX} , you can modify the values in the [build/run configuration] of your project.
Name
Value
${selected.file.path}
Selected file or directory path
${current.project.name}
Current project name
${current.project.path}
Current project path
${workspace.path}
Workspace path
${current.using.port}
Current using port
${current.using.url}
Current using URL
${scm.url}
SCM URL
${scm.type}
SCM type
${command.sigint}
Terminal interrupt signal(Ctrl + C)
C/C++ Command Variable
Python Command Variable