i really hope someone can help me eliminate these warnings.  i posted this question 2 month ago, but nobody replied :(  this code is now going into the production build system and we can't have warnings.  i'm surprised that jython is using it's own deprecated methods.  am i declaring the methods incorrectly? or is there a way to turn off just the jython warnings?  these jython java files are part of a larger java project so i can't simply compile the entire project with no deprecated warnings.
 
    [javac] Fb2x.java:94: warning: jgetattr(org.python.core.PyProxy,java.lang.String) in org.python.core.Py has been deprecated
    [javac]         PyObject inst = Py.jgetattr(this, "get_remainder");
    [javac]                           ^
    [javac] Fb2x.java:95: warning: tojava(org.python.core.PyObject,java.lang.Class) in org.python.core.Py has been deprecated
    [javac]         return (java.lang.String)Py.tojava(inst._jcall(new Object[]{}), java.lang.String.class);
    [javac]                                    ^
    [javac] Fb2x.java:99: warning: jgetattr(org.python.core.PyProxy,java.lang.String) in org.python.core.Py has been deprecated
    [javac]         PyObject inst = Py.jgetattr(this, "fb2x");
 
 
###  here is the jython source code that is producing the above warnings:
 
 
import java
import fb
 
class Fb2x(java.lang.Object):
    def fb2x(self, fb_config, mgr):
        '@sig public void fb2x(String fb_config, PropertyManager mgr)'
        self.f = fb.FB(fb_config)
        self.f.convert(mgr)
 
    def get_remainder(self):
        '@sig public String get_remainder()'
        return '\n'.join(self.f.remainder())
 
 
### here is the generated java code the jython generates
 
    public java.lang.String get_remainder() {
        PyObject inst = Py.jgetattr(this, "get_remainder");   ### LINE 94
        return (java.lang.String)Py.tojava(inst._jcall(new Object[] {}), java.lang.String.class);  ### LINE 95
    }
   
    public void fb2x(java.lang.String fb_config, com.watchguard.vpm.config.IPropertyManager mgr) {
        PyObject inst = Py.jgetattr(this, "fb2x"); ### LINE 99
        inst._jcall(new Object[] {fb_config, mgr});
    }
   

 
 
thanks,
 
bryan