Actually, I just upgraded one of my projects to use Jython 2.5.1 and
sent the jar along with a request to our admins to add it to our public
maven repo we mirror for our project.
I created the jar by using the Jython Installer GUI, choosing the
standalone jar option, and then installing that with:
mvn install:install-file -DgroupId=org.python
-DartifactId=jython-complete -Dversion=2.5.1 -Dpackaging=jar
This actually brings me to the question.. how do we figure out the md5
for the jython installer jar that's downloaded from Sourceforge? Maybe
I'm missing it, but I can't find it on the sourceforge page. I'd like
to be able to check the md5 of the installer, so I can be confident that
the jar I'm handing my folks to make public is from a completely awesome
I'm hoping it show up under here pretty soon
They're usually pretty fast even on the weekends, but it might not show
up until Monday.
The jar I made is here: http://githens.org/drop/jython-complete-2.5.1.jar
Leo Soto M. wrote:
> 2009/10/8 Charlie Groves <charlie.groves@...>:
>> 2009/10/8 Viðar Svansson <vidarsvans@...>:
>>> Any progress on this? I would really like to include jython 2.5 in my pom.xml
>> The jar is in the central maven 2 repository:
> BTW, as far as I have seen, the jar in the maven repository is the
> regular one, without the standard library.
> Do you know if there is a way to get the Jython standard library via
> maven (either as a separate jar or as a different "stand-alone
> version" jar)?
> [IIRC, the Hudson Jython plugin is *seriously* limited by this situation]