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I have an angular project and a java project and I would like to have a script for cmder that starts both of them in their specific directory in split window view so I can see both their logs.


Like this: enter image description here

I know I can create a task file but I don't know how to configure it to create 2 (or more) terminals in split window view

EDIT:

I would like to elaborate more on my question. I want with 1 script/command/configuration(?) to do the following thing:

  1. Start cmder
  2. on a terminal on top to run ng serve on the specific path that I have my angular application
  3. create another terminal on the bottom and on a different path, I want to run mvn spring-boot:run so that I have a cmder environment that looks like in the image I posted
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You may setup your configuration and specify to cmder save all tabs and reload them at startup.

Right-click the green icon on the left of the title bar and choose Settings....

In the Settings dialog, click on Startup and then on Auto save/restore opened tabs, and finally on Save settings. Your tab setup should now be saved on exit and restored on startup.

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If you are trying to run several commands in two horizontal panes, perhaps it would be simpler to put everything in a task file, using the "Tasks file" option in the Startup section, like this :

-cur_console:d:"C:\Temp":t:Win1 command1
-cur_console:s1T50V:d:"C:\Temp\":t:Win2 command2

The first task starts in the opened console in folder C:\Temp, is named Win1 and runs command1. The second task starts in the opened console in folder C:\Temp, is named Win2 and runs command2. It is added to the first console - s1T - and takes 50 percent of the height vertically (50V).

  • Thank you for the answer. This is partially what I want to do. I want to open the tabs and run a specific script on each tab/terminal. The save/restore only restores the tabs/terminals to their previous paths but does not run the script that was run last in them. – zpontikas Oct 18 '18 at 6:54
  • You may modify the scripts used for starting the tasks in Startup > Tasks. – harrymc Oct 18 '18 at 6:57
  • Yes ok, so how do I do, what I asked? – zpontikas Oct 18 '18 at 7:03
  • You will see the two tasks you started in the startup task (first one normally) and you can modify the commands. You will need to read the help, though. – harrymc Oct 18 '18 at 7:31
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    I added a simpler option, which may be more in line with what you ask for. – harrymc Oct 18 '18 at 9:06
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Even though @harrymc answered the question I want to add the exact solution to my question here:

  • Create a file with the following 2 lines (for an explanation for each command look at @harrymc's post above)

    -cur_console:d:"C:\Temp\frontend\":t:frontEnd "ng serve"
    -cur_console:s1T50V:d:"C:\Temp\server\":t:server "mvn spring-boot:run"

  • Open cmder -> Settings -> Startup -> Tasks File -> (Win+Alt+P) and select the saved file from the previous step.

  • Save and restart

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