Ok, I don't mean to start a license war here, but I have written a
suite of programs (half in java, half in python) that use a pair of
jython scripts to convert data between the two, and would like to
distribute my software without breaking any laws.
Here's a couple of scenarios:
1) Jython scripts -> compiled into classes with jythonc -> compiled into
binaries with gcj (assuming that that would work).
2) Jython scripts -> compiled into class files -> distributed (on the
same medium!) with jython.jar (or whatever components are necessary)
3) Jython scripts -> distribute scripts only, leave it up to the user to
install Jython on their machine.
Ideally, I'd like either 1 or 2, but right now I'm sticking with 3,
while I figure out the legality of the first two. I'm more than happy to
include whatever files/documentation required by the Jython license, but
I'm no lawyer, and want to play things safe.
Can anyone tell me which of the above three options (or feel free to
suggest an alternative) will leave me in the clear?
Thanks a lot.
School of Arts and Sciences, University of Pennsylvania