[09:34] <olegp> hey, can someone help answer this question: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/8033749/how-do-i-get-the-real-filesystem-path-from-within-ringojs-webapp
[09:35] <olegp> I think fs.absolute should work
[09:35] <olegp> but am not sure if current working dir is set to the root of the webapp or not
[16:56] <kriszyp> Is there a way to have ringo-admin install, install the dependencies of a package?
[16:58] <kriszyp> And how should ringo-admin install, install the jar files? If I put jars in my jars folder in the package, they don't seem to be recognized by ringo, they only seem to be added to the classpath if they are manually put in ringo's lib directory (outside the package's directory)
[19:27] <earl> kriszyp: dependencies: nope, sorry
[19:28] <earl> kriszyp: jars: the package itself should load all the jars it needs
[19:28] <kriszyp> where does it look earl
[19:28] <kriszyp> ?
[19:28] <earl> that's up to the package author
[19:28] <earl> you can use module.resolve() to get relative paths
[19:28] <kriszyp> how does the package tell it to load the jars then?
[19:29] <earl> and use addToClasspath to load them
[19:29] <kriszyp> oh, ok
[19:30] <kriszyp> thank you!
[19:30] <earl> you're welcome
[19:31] <earl> as that's obviously an oft-encoutered issue, we ought to add some simple helper functions for that purpose