[Geany-Users] Java in Geany - Fully Qualified Classname
esnoyo at xxxxx
Wed Nov 7 21:37:45 UTC 2018
Ah ha, the penny has dropped now, thank you.
For other folks who might be interested this is what I've used:
Command field: java com.example.ProjectA
Working directory: /home/me/Documents/Java/Classes
Base path: /home/me/Documents/Java/Classes
I'm not quite sure of the inner workings though it seems ok with the Working Directory and Base Path being the same.
> From: Lex Trotman <elextr at gmail.com>
> Sent: Wed Nov 07 21:05:55 CET 2018
> To: <esnoyo at contactoffice.com>, Geany general discussion list <users at lists.geany.org>
> Subject: Re: [Geany-Users] Java in Geany - Fully Qualified Classname
> On Thu, 8 Nov 2018 at 06:00, es noyo <esnoyo at contactoffice.com> wrote:
> > How do I get Geany to automatically pick up the fully qualified classname from the java project that I'm working on in order to run the project?
> > I'm trying to import some java applications I had previously written elsewhere (Windows + Eclipse, though I've only imported the java files, not attempting to import projects). I've been looking at https://wiki.geany.org/howtos/configurebuildmenu but can't seem to get the settings right.
> > So far I've worked out how to get javac up and running. I'm using this entry in the build menu:
> > Command field: javac "%f" -d /home/me/Documents/Java/Classes -cp /home/me/Documents/Java/Classes
> > so that it finds source files and leaves classfiles in the structure below:
> > /home/me/Documents/Java/Source/ProjectA
> > /home/me/Documents/Java/Source/Utilities/etc/etc
> > /home/me/Documents/Java/Classes/....
> > As I said, this looks like it is working ok.
> > The problem is what command string to use in the execute part of the build menu. I've tried:
> > Command field: java -classpath /home/me/Documents/Java/Classes "%e"
> > Working directory field: /home/me/Documents/Java/Classes
> > However I'm getting the error: "Error: Could not find or load main class".
> > Clearly I can see that it doesn't have the right form of classname in it. I know the java command is supposed to use the Fully Qualified Classname of the form "java com.example.ProjectA". Obviously I want it to pick this up automatically from the project. How do I do this?
> Geany works on filenames, it doesn't know about Java specific stuff
> like classnames (or any other language specific stuff either). So you
> will either have to do some shell smarts to extract the classname or
> hard code it in a project specific run command.
> > Thanks for any clues
> > Duncan
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