I am not sure how I got that directory. I don't remember installing
jython there. Thanks anyway.
> Hi Raghu,
> as this
> says, and from looking at the code, .jython in user.home is really
> expected as a file.
> It's presence is optional, but if it exists, there was no check if it
> is a directory or a file. I checked in a tiny fix which would print a
> better warning in this case.
> Since you got a directory, and cachedir inside it, I assume you have
> somehow set python.home to /home/raghu/.jython, e.g. by installing
> Jython there.
> Best wishes,
> On 6/12/06, Raghuram Devarakonda <raghu@...> wrote:
>> I get following warning message when I run jython:
>> "couldn't open registry file: /home/raghu/.jython"
>> But /home/raghu/.jython is indeed present and is a directory (containing
>> cachedir). Is jython looking to open it as file?