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From: Kent Johnson <kent37@td...> - 2004-10-13 17:13:53
You just need jython.jar and whichever of the Lib/*.py your program uses.
One way to figure out which Lib files you need is to delete all the Lib/*$py.class files and run your program. Exercise it thoroughly! Then whichever $py.class files have been created, those are the .py files you need.
You can put .py files into a jar file if you add the jar file path to sys.path.
> From: Berlin Brown <berlin.brown@...>
> Date: 2004/10/06 Wed PM 06:50:49 EDT
> To: jython-users@...
> Subject: [Jython-users] How to distribute Jython
> What do I need from the Jython install so I can distribute to others.
> I am trying to reduce the 10MB+ of files, I probably need what is
> stored in 'Lib' possibly 'Tools'
> also, can you include this in something like one *.ear or *.war file
> and have it work probably?
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