Roo Console Tool Window
Use this tool window for working with Spring Roo console.
The console workspace is divided into two parts. In the upper part, the console output is shown. The lower part is for the input; this is where you type the commands. The parts are separated with a horizontal line.
|Execute Current Statement||Enter||Click this button to run the command at the caret.|
|Synchronize to editor||
Click this button to see the changes made to the source code via the console in the editor.
This button is a toggle which turns the corresponding option on and off.
|Configure Roo||Click this button to open the Roo Tool Configuration dialog in which you can set the Spring Roo installation directory.|
|Close||Ctrl+F4||Click this button to stop Spring Roo and close the tool window.|
|Help||F1||Click this button to open the corresponding help topic.|
Context menu for the output area
|Clear All||Select this command to clear the contents of the output area.|
Copy Selected Content
|Select this command to copy the selected fragment or all the contents of the output area to the clipboard.|
|Fold Lines Like This||Select this command to create a new pattern for code folding based on the current line. For more information, see Configuring Autofolding Behavior.|
|Compare with Clipboard||Select this command to compare the selected fragment or all the contents of the output area with the contents of the clipboard. If differences are found, they are shown in the Clipboard vs Editor dialog.|
Context menu for the input area
|Paste||Ctrl+V||Select this command to paste the last of the clipboard entries into the input area.|
|Paste from History||Ctrl+Shift+V||Select this command to open the Choose Content to Paste dialog. This dialog lets you select the clipboard entry to be pasted into the input area.|
|Paste Simple||Ctrl+Shift+Alt+V||Select this command to paste the last of the clipboard entries into the input area as plain text.|
|Column mode||Shift+Alt+Insert||Use this command to turn the column mode for selecting text on or off. (When the column mode is on, you can select rectangular text fragments.)|