I think it’s too easy for anyone new to the framework to believe an instance of PythonInterpreter is a new fresh not-connected to anything previous instance.  It would make more sense to make PythonInterpreter totally independent, and create another class that makes use of this ‘shared’ state, and have that very well documented (what’s shared, threadsafeness, etc.)

 

From: Santosh Tiwari [mailto:tiwaris@gmail.com]
Sent: 10 March 2010 14:27
To: Baker, John (IT/UK); jython-users@lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: Re: [Jython-users] Redirecting stdout from PythonInterpreter

 

So, it is generally a good idea to always create a new PySystemState and pass it to the constructor when creating a new instance of PythonInterpreter if we want the two instances to be completely independent.


On Wed, Mar 10, 2010 at 6:05 AM, <john.m.baker@nomura.com> wrote:

Right.  I had previously created a PythonInterpreter and need to create
a new one with a separate state for each stdout stream:

        PythonInterpreter.initialize(System.getProperties(), null, new
String[0]);
        PySystemState systemState = new PySystemState();
        pi = new PythonInterpreter(null, systemState);
        pi.setOut(outputStream);
        pi.setErr(outputStream);

I think PythonInterpreter could be improved by making that more obvious,
or by creating two versions of it - one which uses a 'shared state' and
another which creates a new PySystemState each time it's constructed.

 

 



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