Can Monkey compile from the command line

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DeltaWolf7(Posted 2013) [#1]

Is it possible to compile to a target via the command prompt, say from another application such as an IDE?

Such as if I built an extension for Visual Studio, how would I compile the project?


arcsrc(Posted 2013) [#2]
Yes you can. Just look at the first line in the TED console after you compile. It shows you the correct command.

consty(Posted 2014) [#3]
Hello I enter this command in command line
Z:\Monkey>"C:/MonkeyX77a/bin/transcc_winnt" -target=Desktop_Game -config=Debug -
run "Z:/Monkey/snake.monkey"

But I can't run the application, any ideas how to do this?

consty(Posted 2014) [#4]
Oh, I found that the program built is generated in the same directory where the command run.
Browsing the contents there I find the most close match, the "MonkeyGame" executable file.
However I still wonder why won't the program run again.

Is there any specific way that the TED ide does this?