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Set a bool variable if program is running from Eclipse IDE or compiled binary java

I would like to set a bool variable if my java program is running from the IDE or if the program is running from the compiled binary java.

There is a bug that the:

System.out.print("test
");

will not carriage return in Eclipse IDE, but it behaves corretly if run in the cmd command window.

I would like to make a code to switch between print methods depending on where it's ran from.

I'm not considering upgrading to the new Eclipse version that has fixed this problem yet.

Thanks!


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Your compiled jar is usually in a different directory than your IDE development environment. Create a file called debugFlag.txt in the root of your development directory, then in your Main file call:

public static final boolean IS_DEBUG = (new File(System.getProperty( "user.dir" ) + "/debugFlag.txt" )).exists();

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