|Re: Re: Re: Create Batch file to repeat IDE-like launch from external [message #643290 is a reply to message #643261]
||Mon, 06 December 2010 11:45
| Wim Jongman
Registered: July 2009
Hi Frank, |
I see. There is a solution for that. If you go to your launch configuration,
there is a "Common" tab. In here you can save the launch configuration to a
local file in your project. The user can rightclick that and launch it.
> The debug solution in fact is much easier :d
> But, unfortunately still manually.
> With Platform.getApplicationArgs() I can only get the args that are not
consumed by the RCP framework.
> I fact I want to get the complete command line that is generated from the
Run-Dialog, so that I write a batch file, that i can than call from outside.
> So a user can SVN-checkout the project, start eclipse (building), start the
app at least once (it creates the batch file from its own call) and from now
on, the external environment is able to start the RCP app with all parameter
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