>I'm embedding the jython interpreter into jEdit as a plugin (BTW I think
>this offer jython users a basic IDE with superb editing capabilities,
>and I recommend it strongly)
>My issue now is however as follows:
>It could be easier for jEdit users if jython could be bundled with the
>plugin. So it comes two questions:
>1. Is this acceptable by the jython license
I can't think of any reason why it shouldn't be acceptable. While jython
is covered by a whole lot of licanses, they are all fully open source.
>2. How could this be done. Carrying the installer and just installing it
>or making a custom installation...
That is up to you and your requirements. You are also free to just
include the jython.jar and some/all of the Lib directory. If you decide
to bundle jython.jar directly, you should comply with the licenses by
also including the all LICENSE*.* files you can find in the jython