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yes, you would need to install the console on your local box. and you would need connectivity from your workstation to the bsa appserver.
So there is no basic set of commandline only tools that can be put on my Linux VM and use that to develop packages ?
How do we not use BLAC on our local ? We have seen that BLAC is slow and responsiveness degrades.
I am looking for "put these jar files and/or ".so" files and you can move forward kind of a solution.
they are included w/ the console installer. you can install the console on your vm and use the command line tools - blcli, jython, etc. will your vm have access to the appserver to login ?
also - 'developing packages' via the command means what? i ask because the blcli lacks any commands for manipulating blpackages you can create and add to them but doing things like re-ordering and replacing isn't possible.