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Why we dont have stop-app command

Praveen Kumar
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We have command to run the Grails app (run-app) and many editors supporting it. Basically the command starts the underlying server like tomcat and whatever it is.

Why they have not provided stop app command to stop the running app. Stopping the server is not much difficult right (Unix it is very very simple).

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Gregg Bolinger
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There's no need. From the command line just do CTRL+C. From the IDE, just click the stop button.


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Praveen Kumar
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Thanks Gregg Bolinger for your reply.

I know how to stop the running server instance. I thought it be would be good if they provides the stop-app command. Any way Thanks.

We always prefer simple and best way to do things.

 
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