Command-line

You can use JTransc from the command line.

You can find more information here: https://github.com/jtransc/jtransc/tree/master/jtransc-main-run

There is a jtransc script in jtransc-main-run module. You can call it directly. Or you can use maven to execute jtransc from the command line too: mvn -f /path/to/jtransc-main-run/pom.xml exec:java

You can create a fatjar with dependencies: mvn package at jtransc-main-run folder. It will create. target/jtransc-main-run-VERSION-jar-with-dependencies.jar and since that jar is executable you can execute jtransc with java -jar jtransc.jar.

JTransc 0.2.5 - (C) 2016

jtransc <list of class paths or jar files>

Performs an aot compilation that transform a java/kotlin compiled program (class and jar files)
into an executable file (bin) file at the moment.

-main <fqname> - Specifies class with static void main method that will be the entry point of the app
-target <target> - Language target to do the AOT possible values (haxe)
-out <file> - Output file that will hold the generated aot result file
-release - Optimizes and performs compression minimization to the output

-run - Runs generated executable

-help - Displays help
-version - Displays jtransc version
-status - Generates a report of the jtransc runtime
-debugenv - Shows some environment debug variables for debug purposes
-v - Verbose

Examples:

jtransc dependency.jar target/classes -main com.test.Main -out program.js
jtransc dependency.jar target/classes -main com.test.Main -target as3 -out program.swf

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