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Guys,

Am I missing something? I wanted to try out a simple hello world play app and I followed the tutorials as given in the Play documentation.

http://www.playframework.com/documentation/1.0/firstapp

When I tried running play run, here is what I see!



Why is this?
 
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From this output I guess you're already inside the play shell. Then you should only type 'run' because play is already started in a kind of interactive mode. If you are in the regular OS shell a 'play run' in the root directory of the project should work instead.

Marco
 
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Marco Ehrentreich wrote:From this output I guess you're already inside the play shell. Then you should only type 'run' because play is already started in a kind of interactive mode. If you are in the regular OS shell a 'play run' in the root directory of the project should work instead.

Marco



Thanks that worked!
 
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