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application always run from root directory

See original GitHub issue
val p = project {

val example = project(p) {
    name = "example"
    directory = "example"
    application {
        mainClass = ""

./kobaltw example:run will execute from the root directory, not directory.

This will be even more important if Kobalt is to support multiple build files.

Probably related to #273

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 6 years ago
  • Comments:5 (3 by maintainers)

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cbeustcommented, Apr 7, 2017

Yes, you just need to launch it in a separate process. I can modify run to do that.

cbeustcommented, Apr 8, 2017


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