Custom internal Runner example?

I have a custom language plugin and I would like to add an ability to run and debug the code written in this language - however, there's no command line or external tool for this, at the end of the day it's just a matter of calling a Java method, e.g. String response = MyLanguage.runScript(script); So my question is, how do I go about implementing an internal runner? All examples I could find start and control the external OS processes. Can anyone recommend any good example of an internal runner?

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Folks, pardon my annoyance, I'm still trying to figure this one out. So again the idea is to have an in-memory process running in a separate thread, as opposed to starting an external process in OS, e.g. 


Now I have a bunch of classes, `MyLanguageProcessHandler`, `MyLanguageDebugProcess extends XDebugProcess`, `MyLanguageProgramRunner`, `MyLanguageRunProfileState`, but I guess I still don't fully understand the relationship between them. Which class is supposed to run the above mentioned code? How is it invoked? And how do I pass the output to the debug console?




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