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===== Running the server =====

Running the server is pretty simple. You just have to launch:

<code>
java -jar plantuml.jar -picoweb
</code>

By default, this server runs on port ''8080''. You can change the port this way:

<code>
java -jar plantuml.jar -picoweb:8000
</code>

The server is //really// basic. It only understand GET requests with following patterns:

* ''/plantuml/png/xyz....''
* ''/plantuml/svg/xyz....''

Those GET requests are used by various PlantUML plugins.
Once you have launched your server, you can simply test it. With any web browser, you just have to point to: ''http://127.0.0.1:8080''.
===== Running the server =====

Running the server is pretty simple. You just have to launch:

<code>
java -jar plantuml.jar -picoweb
</code>

By default, this server runs on port ''8080''. You can change the port this way:

<code>
java -jar plantuml.jar -picoweb:8000
</code>

The server is //really// basic. It only understand GET requests with following patterns:

* ''/plantuml/png/xyz....''
* ''/plantuml/svg/xyz....''

Those GET requests are used by various PlantUML plugins.
Once you have launched your server, you can simply test it. With any web browser, you just have to point to: ''http://127.0.0.1:8080''.
This way, you can very easily use·any·plugins·which·need some PlantUML HTTP server //without// the official online server. This way, you can very easily any·plugin·which·needs some PlantUML HTTP server //without// the official online server.


Please report any bugs to plantuml@gmail.com or here.
This website is still in beta testing.