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ceylon fat-jar(1)					     ceylon fat-jar(1)

NAME
       ceylon fat-jar -	Generate a Ceylon executable jar for a given module

SYNOPSIS
       ceylon fat-jar [--cacherep=url] [--cwd=dir] [--exclude-
		      module=moduleOrFile...] [--force]	[--jdk-
		      provider=module] [--link-with-current-distribution]
		      [--maven-overrides=file] [--no-default-repositories]
		      [--offline] [--out=file] [--overrides=file]
		      [--rep=url...] [--run=toplevel] [--sysrep=url]
		      [--timeout=seconds] [--verbose[=flags]] [--] {module}...

DESCRIPTION
       Gerate  an  executable  fat jar which contains the given	module and all
       its run-time dependencies, including the	Ceylon run-time,  which	 makes
       that jar	self-sufficient	and executable by java as if the Ceylon	module
       was run by ceylon run.

OPTIONS
       --cacherep=url
	      Specifies	the folder to use for caching downloaded modules. (de-
	      fault: ~/.ceylon/cache)

       --cwd=dir
	      Specifies	the current working directory for this tool. (default:
	      the directory where the tool is run from)

       --exclude-module=moduleOrFile, -x moduleOrFile
	      Excludes modules from the	resulting far jat.  Can	 be  a	module
	      name  or a file containing module	names. Can be specified	multi-
	      ple times. Note that this	excludes the module from the resulting
	      fat  jar,	 but if	your modules require that module to be present
	      at runtime it will still be required and may cause your applica-
	      tion to fail to start if it is not provided at runtime.

       --force
	      Force  generation	 of  mlib folder with multiple versions	of the
	      same module.

       --jdk-provider=module
	      Alternate	JDK provider module (defaults to the  current  running
	      JDK).

       --link-with-current-distribution
	      Downgrade	 which were compiled with a more recent	version	of the
	      distribution to the version of that module present in this  dis-
	      tribution	 (1.3.2).  This	might fail with	a linker error at run-
	      time. For	example	if the module depended on an  API  present  in
	      the  more	 recent	 version, but absent from 1.3.2. Allowed argu-
	      ments are	upgrade, downgrade or abort. Default: upgrade

       --maven-overrides=file
	      Specifies	the XML	file to	use to load Maven artifact  overrides.
	      See	   http://ceylon-lang.org/documentation/current/refer-
	      ence/repository/maven/ for information. Deprecated: use  --over-
	      rides.

       --no-default-repositories
	      Indicates	that the default repositories should not be used.

       --offline, -L
	      Enables  offline	mode  that  will prevent connections to	remote
	      repositories.

       --out=file, -o file
	      Target fat-jar file (defaults to {name}-{version}.jar).

       --overrides=file
	      Specifies	the XML	file to	use  to	 load  module  overrides.  See
	      http://ceylon-lang.org/documentation/current/reference/reposito-
	      ry/maven/	for information. Experimental.

       --rep=url
	      Specifies	a module repository containing	dependencies.  Can  be
	      specified	 multiple  times.  (default:  modules, ~/.ceylon/repo,
	      https://modules.ceylon-lang.org/repo/1)

       --run=toplevel
	      Specifies	the fully qualified name of a toplevel method or class
	      with no parameters. The format is: qualified.package.name::clas-
	      sOrMethodName with :: acting as separator	 between  the  package
	      name  and	 the  toplevel class or	method name (defaults to {mod-
	      ule}::run).

       --sysrep=url
	      Specifies	the system repository  containing  essential  modules.
	      (default:	$CEYLON_HOME/repo)

       --timeout=seconds, -T seconds
	      Sets  the	 timeout for connections to remote repositories, use 0
	      for no timeout (default: 20).

       --verbose[=flags], -d
	      Produce verbose output. If no flags are given  then  be  verbose
	      about  everything,  otherwise  just  be  verbose about the flags
	      which are	present. Allowed flags include:	all, loader.

				 1 March 2017		     ceylon fat-jar(1)

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