classpath-manager: Nailgun add-on to run Java classes with configurable classpath
by Stuart Sierra, http://stuartsierra.com/
Copyright (C) 2010 Stuart Sierra.
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You will need Maven version 2.0 or later.
mvn package in this directory.
The JAR file will be created at
where $VERSION is the current version of classpath-manager.
Compile the Nailgun command-line client.
ng executable to your PATH.
Run a Nailgun server like this:
java -jar /your/path/to/nailgun-0.7.1.jar
Add the classpath-manager JAR to the Nailgun classpath:
ng ng-cp /your/path/to/classpath-manager-$VERSION.jar
where $VERSION is the current version of classpath-manager. The path to the JAR must be an absolute path.
Add a short alias
cm for the ClasspathManager main class:
ng ng-alias cm com.stuartsierra.ClasspathManager
Create a text file named
classpath in a project directory.
On each line of the file, put the name of a directory or JAR file to be included in the classpath for that project. For example:
src test classes lib/library.jar
Paths will be interpreted as relative to the project directory unless they begin with a "/".
Shell wildcards are not supported.
ng cm your-main-class in your project directory to run
your-main-class with the configured classpath.
ng cm clojure.main
Static class fields are shared among all applications. For Clojure, this means you have one global Clojure runtime.
Your main class runs in the same working directory as the Nailgun server process.
Your main class runs as the same user as the Nailgun server process.
The Java System properties
java.class.pathare not useful.
- Cache classloaders by URL in between invocations
- Initial release