[20:52] <zefhemel> Hey
[20:53] <earl> hi zefhemel
[20:53] <zefhemel> How do I add .jar files to the classpath from the command line using ringo?
[20:55] <zefhemel> I tried setting it with: export CLASSPATH=… but that doesn't appear to work
[20:56] <earl> using `addToClasspath` from within ringo does not fit your needs?
[20:57] <earl> otherwise `ringo -J"-classpath ..."` should do the trick
[20:57] <zefhemel> I don't know, the packages don't seem to be available after using that
[20:57] <zefhemel> not sure why
[20:58] <zefhemel> I'm loading the AppEngine .jar, but when I do: Object.keys(Packages.com.google) it shows an empty array
[20:58] <zefhemel> but maybe I'm doing something else wrong
[20:59] <zefhemel> oh, hmm, if I use a fully qualified name it seems to see it's a class.
[20:59] <zefhemel> weird
[21:07] <zefhemel> ok, think I solved it.
[21:08] <zefhemel> Thanks for RingoJS btw, very nice. I'm working on a RingoJS/AppEngine back-end for persistence.js, the ORM mappers that currently already has back-ends for the browser's WebSQL, Gears, MySQL using node.js, and soon AppEngine through RingoJS.
[21:09] <earl> sounds interesting
[23:37] <tschaub> can someone remind me if there is a command line option to launch a webapp on a different port?
[23:37] <tschaub> or a system property
[23:41] <tschaub> I see modules/config/jetty.xml has default port set to 8080