This manual page documents usage of the kissme command.
kissme is used to run a java program. kissme looks for a configuration file in the current directory named 'kissmerc'. If none is found it looks in the user's home directory, and if that isn't found, it looks for /etc/kissme/kissmerc.
The kissmerc file contains one line specifying the location of the class libraries:
By default, the above line is used, and the kissmerc file is placed in /etc/kissme/.
You must specify the your own classes with the -cp path1:path2:... option.
kissme will not load files from .jar or .zip files, the .class files must be unpacked in the correct directory structure.
Currently kissme only supports the GNU Classpath class libraries.