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putting the jruby-classloader as context classloader means that all a…
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…ttached "jars" can be found via

the Thread.currentThread.contextClassLoader. running jruby from other environments like servlets just
leave the context classloader as is. so this was a commandline only feature.

finally it keeps the classloader semantic uniform wether executed from commandline or inside a j2ee container
or osgi framework or embedded jruby in a java application
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mkristian committed Oct 7, 2014
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try {

if (in == null) {
// no script to run, return success
return new Status();
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private void doSetContextClassLoader(Ruby runtime) {
// set thread context JRuby classloader here, for the main thread
try {
} catch (SecurityException se) {
// can't set TC classloader
if (runtime.getInstanceConfig().isVerbose()) {
config.getError().println("WARNING: Security restrictions disallowed setting context classloader for main thread.");

private void doProcessArguments(InputStream in) {
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