I'm using Java 1.4 under WindowsXP (using Java 1.3.1 is not an option) and I can't seem to compile a hello world program.

 

I'm getting this error:

 

c:\opt\redknee\external\jython-2.1\org\python\core\Py.java:989: warning: as of release 1.4, assert is a keyword, and

may not be used as an identifier

    public static void assert(PyObject test, PyObject message) {

                       ^

c:\opt\redknee\external\jython-2.1\org\python\core\Py.java:995: warning: as of release 1.4, assert is a keyword, and may

 not be used as an identifier

    public static void assert(PyObject test) {

                       ^

c:\opt\redknee\external\jython-2.1\org\python\core\Py.java:996: warning: as of release 1.4, assert is a keyword, and may

 not be used as an identifier

        assert(test, Py.None);

        ^

Note: Some input files use or override a deprecated API.

Note: Recompile with -deprecation for details.

3 warnings

 

Now - I obviously know what the problem is, but is anyone working on this?