The Java 8 jjs interpreter accepts the
-cp / -classpath argument.
After setting the classpath, all the classes become available from within the executable script.
A utility class
com.airhacks.naslib.Inspector in the
naslib.jar (this is an sample jar) becomes available for Nashorn after setting the
#!/usr/bin/jjs -cp ./naslib/target/naslib.jar -fv //built-in variable var args = $ARG; var Inspector = com.airhacks.naslib.Inspector; //class from jar, calling a static method Inspector.inspect(args);
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