BeanShell classes are regular classes. BeanShell 2 wraps the scripts with
bytecode to allow subclassing, etc. Prior to version 2 you could
implement interfaces but not extend classes.
> Most of the nifty things in java, like XML processing, require you to
> subclass a class or implement an interface in order to do anything.
> BSH classes aren't really classes, at least they don't seem to be such
> that they can inherit or implement from other classes.
> I KNOW there's a way to do this easily with beanshell. The GUI examples
> suggest this - gui is all about implementing listeners, etc. Can
> someone bullet-point this for me?
> (I'd put it on the Beanshell Wiki, but there isn't one) ;-)
> Gary Furash, MBA, PMP
> Applications Manager, Maricopa County Attorney's Office
> 602-506-0351 (Work), 602-725-1985 (Mobile)