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I have a project that is completely written in Python. There are some core
python files that are used and then numerous library files accessed from
within a directory hierarchy. I would like to get all of the python code
(including the libraries) over to Java. My understanding is that Jython has
the ability to move this whole thing to Java quite easily. I have tried
compiling one of the core files using the "-d" flag and get some strange
errors where question marks are placed within the code.
I was hoping that someone could tell me the process that I need to follow
to get my project into java. The project has a total of about ten core
python files that rely on independently written python libraries that all
reside under one folder (containing numerous subfolders etc.). I have tried
looking around for a step-by-step guide that would walk me through this but
haven't had any luck yet. Thanks in advance for any help.