Been using Jython and Python for a while at work. They're both great.
I once asked a question here about the status of IBM's Bean Scripting
Framework that used JPython as one of its scripting languages. Well
here is an update (I searched and didn't see anyone else mention
it)... It has finally moved over to the Apache site!!!
They also did a new build (BSF 2.3) that incorporates Jython proper
(rather than having to rebuild it so it would move from JPython to
Hope this is of interest to a few of you
Friday, October 25, 2002, 4:20:08 AM, you wrote:
AK> Andrew wrote:
>> by the way... does anybody know the status of this project?? I know
>> according to the BSF newsgroup at the IBM site that it was supposed to
>> be moved over to Apache (can't find it there), but the newsgroup have
>> been eerily quiet and no-one there responded to the above question
>> when it was sent (eek).
AK> I came across the same "BSF moving to Apache" factoid a few months ago,
AK> and also couldn't find any information.
AK> I popped off an email to the Apache people, asking "Is the IBM Bean
AK> Scripting Framework moving to Apache?". They replied "The BSF is moving to
AK> Apache? We didn't know about that, but that's cool!".
AK> So, the status of the BSF is definitely looking "unknown" :-(