Alexander Stoddard wrote:
> From what I describe does making an application jar without jythonc
> sound feasible?
I routinely distribute Jython applications as multiple jars, usually
jython.jar, a jar with Java .class files, a jar with .py files and any
additional library jars needed. I use a simple batch file launcher,
there is no magic to this at all. This would probably work just fine
with all the files in a single jar.
Here is a typical launch line:
java -Xmx128m -DDEBUG "-Dpython.home=lib/" -classpath
-Dpython.path="lib/e3po.jar" org.python.util.jython -jar lib/e3po.jar
In this case e3po.jar is the jar with the .py files, everything else is
Java and other stuff I want on the classpath like .properties files.
e3po.jar has __run__.py at the root level which is the entry point for