# lenskit-script-environment(7) Manual Page

## NAME

lenskit-script-environment - configure LensKit script evaluation environment.

## Synposis

Options controlling the Java environment for interpreting LensKit scripts.

## Description

Several subcommands of lenskit(1) interpret scripts to configure recommenders. These subcommands support some common options for configuring the Java environment in which these scripts are interpreted; this page documents those options.

## Script Environment Options

-C URL, --classpath URL

Add URL (which can be a path to a local directory or JAR file) to the classpath for loading the configuration scripts. This URL can contain additional components for the recommenders. This option can be specified multiple times to add multiple locations to the classpath.

-D PROP=VALUE, --define PROP=VALUE

Define the property PROP to equal VALUE. These properties will be available in the properties object in the interpreted script. To set Java system properties, use the JAVA_OPTS environment variable (see lenskit(1)).

## Project Information

This command is a part of LensKit, an open source recommender systems toolkit originally developed by GroupLens Research.
Copyright 2010-2016 LensKit contributors (see CONTRIBUTORS.md)
Copyright 2010-2014 Regents of the University of Minnesota

Work on LensKit has been funded by the National Science Foundation under grants IIS 05-34939, 08-08692, 08-12148, and 10-17697.

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