I was able to run the jython.class. It knew that my system was Mac
OS 10.1.5 and that I was using java 1.3.1. I used the default folder
it gave to install jython which was /Users/myLogin/jython. I then
typed "jython" in the terminal window in the jython folder and got
"Command not found." Help, I am following the instructions at
Thanks in advance.
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