24.2.2010 23:14, Kai Hackemesser kirjoitti:
Ok, more details here:

I'm developing a Maven plugin to call the robot framework jybot as a goal. (Robot framework see here: http://robotframework.googlecode.com) My project adds the jython.jar (now standalone) as a dependency. I have created another jar that holds the robot framework module + the selenium library module and I call jython.run with the "-jar" arg pointing to the module. the __run__ class successfully finds the robot module and starts to process it. Then while initialisation this happens:

Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "__run__", line 308, in <module>
  File "__pyclasspath__/robot/__init__.py", line 24, in <module>
  File "__pyclasspath__/robot/output/__init__$py.class", line 16, in <module>
  File "__pyclasspath__/robot/output/output$py.class", line 18, in <module>
  File "__pyclasspath__/robot/common/__init__$py.class", line 16, in <module>
  File "__pyclasspath__/robot/common/model$py.class", line 16, in <module>
ImportError: No module named random

Before I switched to the standalone jar, it already failed to find the os module.
See if other stdlib modules can be imported. This problem is beyond me.
Also, please reply to the mailing list, not to me personally.

If you need more details, please ask.

Cheers,
Kai


2010/2/25 Alex Grönholm <alex.gronholm@nextday.fi>
24.2.2010 22:45, Kai Hackemesser kirjoitti:
I tried that, and it helped. With the standalone jar it processes the os import, but it still has import issues:

ImportError: No module named random

What is missing now and why?
Since I know nothing of your deployment environment, I'll just have to guess. Try importing other modules and see if other parts of the standard library are importable. And tell us more about how you're using Jython in this environment.



2010/2/24 Alex Grönholm <alex.gronholm@nextday.fi>
24.2.2010 7:02, Kai Hackemesser kirjoitti:

Just choose the standalone install from the installer and you'll get a jar file that has the standard library included.