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 7# Scalate Tool
 8Scalate Tool helps get you scalate-ing faster!
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14    Scatate Tool is a handy command line tool for working with Scalate. It provides various features such as
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16    * [Creating new projects using Scalate](getting-started.html)
17    * [Converting existing JSP files over to Scalate](jspConvert.html)
18    * [Generating static websites](siteGen.html) 
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22    # Getting Started
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26    Scalate Tool has the following requirements
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28    * Scalate requires a [Java development kit](http://java.sun.com/) of version 1.5 or later
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30    To get started with the Scalate Tool you'll need to download and [install](installing.html) it.
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34    # Using the Scalate Tool
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39    Once you have installed the Scalate Tool via one of the above methods, you should be able to use the **scalate** executable on the command line.
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41    The scalate tool supports a number of sub commands rather like **git** or **svn**. You can invoke a sub command directly such as
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43        scalate run myTemplate.ssp
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45    you can get a list of all the available sub commands via
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47        scalate help
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49    or to get help on a specific command you can type
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51        scalate --help
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53    or enter the Scalate interactive shell via
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55        scalate
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57    Once in the shell help will apppear to help guide you through the available commands. The shell supports tab completion rather like bash to help you execute the commands easily.