> likely there is some Python class with a Java superclass that escapes
> jythonc static analysis - you should check jythonc compilation
> so its proxy will be created at runtime instead of statically
I'll go digging, thanks!
> >- Due to the security restrictions put in place on web start apps, I
> >cannot test the app without signing the jars - could my signing of the
> >third-part jfreechart jars have caused this problem? (Until I signed
> >I still got security errors: what should I do if I am not to sign third
> >party jars?)
> what kind of security errors? if it's classloader creation then it is
> related to proxy creation at runtime vs statically.
Not just that - the jfreechart classes, and my own, interface to save-as
and printing, which are both local machine and security restricted.
signing the apps made the sec errors go away, but now I'm having the
problem with hidden windows. per another sugestion, I'm looking
> JWS should allow to enable through preferences a Java console or to log
> output to the console.
I'll give this a shot, thanks!