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I'm a little confude as to how to install jython. I pulled down the
tar-ball and untared it. Do I need to use ListOff to install it?
From what I read of ListOff, it sounded like I use this product to
bundle my classes. I'm using Blackdown distro of java 1.3.0.
My current release of python is 1.5.2. The CLASSPATH is
set to '/usr/local/jdk1.3/j2sdk1.3.0/bin. I installed jython
in /usr/local/jython-20010320. I went to the demo directory to
execute some of the modules and had no luck. To execute the
demo module simple.py do I enter 'jython simple.py' or
From: Robert W. Bill <rbill@di...> - 2001-03-21 16:02:01
On Wed, 21 Mar 2001, cindy wrote:
> I'm a little confude as to how to install jython. I pulled down the
> tar-ball and untared it. Do I need to use ListOff to install it?
> From what I read of ListOff, it sounded like I use this product to
> bundle my classes. I'm using Blackdown distro of java 1.3.0.
> My current release of python is 1.5.2. The CLASSPATH is
> set to '/usr/local/jdk1.3/j2sdk1.3.0/bin. I installed jython
> in /usr/local/jython-20010320.
It appears you have downloaded the nightly CVS tarball instead of the
Jython installer. That is why you see the "20010320" suffix to jython.
You can use ant to build this if you want to be up-to-date. The
build requires javacc found at http://www.metamata.com/javacc/ and ant
found at http://jakarta.apache.org/builds/jakarta-ant/release/v1.3/.
Just set the javaccHome2 property in build.xml or in the ant.property
file and start ant in the same directory as build.xml.
However, I suspect your were actually looking for an installer. If that
is the case, visit http://jython.sourceforge.net/download.html and look
for section "2. Downloading Jython". There is a "Download Jython 2.0"
link to the installer in this section and that is much easier than
building the cvs snapshot.