public final class Main extends java.lang.Object
By default it will start with the CLI-program, using the Artifact scripting language for evaluating the source code. This means it's like setting the
-e flag to either
The following is a walk-through of all flags currently supported.
-e- Use this flag to set the filename extension of the scripting language you want to use. If not set, Artifact will be used. That is, the
-eflag is set to
java. This flag requires one parameter argument. So, to use it, here is an example
-g- Use this flag to start the GUI-program. By default the CLI-program will be used. This flag takes no parameter arguments. So, to use it, simply write