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Acquire the Java ClassPath in AppleScript

The "do shell script" command in AppleScript runs in a non-interactive shell that is different than the interactive shell you run through the Terminal application. That means when you execute Java applications through AppleScript, you won't have all the classpath that your interactive shell has access to. I found an easy way to get the classpath variable in AppleScript so that you can pass it on to the Java interpreter.

set classpath to do shell script "source ${HOME}/.bashrc ; echo ${CLASSPATH}"

It calls your .bashrc to set-up all of your interactive shell variables. Then it acquires the CLASSPATH variable once it is set.

Chieh Cheng
Sun, 05 Apr 2009 22:15:54 +0000

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