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Spring Shell 2

Spring Shell 2 is an ongoing effort to completely rewrite Spring Shell from scratch, making it more modular while maintaining some level of backward compatibility with your existing commands.

Building

./mvnw package

Running

The project comes with a sample application, showcasing the various ways you can write commands.

./mvnw install
./mvnw -pl spring-shell-samples spring-boot:run

From there, try typing help or help <commmand> at the shell prompt.