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Executing EASE scripts from CLI using Eclipse [message #1840854] Mon, 26 April 2021 20:44 Go to next message
Adam Morawski is currently offline Adam MorawskiFriend
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Is there any way to execute EASE scripts when Eclipse is started from CLI interface like i.e. eclipse.exe -noSplash -data <data path> -application ?????
I'm looking over documentation but cannot find anything pointing me in this direction. I'm especially interested in integration with PyDev.
Re: Executing EASE scripts from CLI using Eclipse [message #1840978 is a reply to message #1840854] Thu, 29 April 2021 18:09 Go to previous message
Christian Pontesegger is currently offline Christian PonteseggerFriend
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eclipsec.exe -application org.eclipse.ease.runScript -workspace "C:\my workspace location" -script "workspace://Example Project/src/script1.js" param1 param2

... taken from Help/Scripting User Guide/Tasks/Launching Scripts/Headless
Details on the parameters can be found there.

PyDev is an IDE extension for python programming. The only thing EASE is using from PyDev is the breakpoint support. There is no other connection between these 2 projects. Still you can use PyDev to write your scripts and then EASE to run them within the JVM context.

HTH
Christian

PS: do not use the -refreshWorkspace parameter. Just found an issue with that and need to fix it in the nightly builds.

[Updated on: Thu, 29 April 2021 18:11]

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