I am using an embedded JythonInterpreter in my Java application. I have many Java classes which inherit from PyObject so that they will act like 'real' Jython objects when used in the JythonInterpreter.
I am having trouble using isinstance to check the interfaces my objects use. Is there any better way to test what interfaces/classes an object implements/extends?
For example, my Java classes:
public abstract class myBaseClass extends PyObject implements myInterface{
public class myConcreteClass extends myBaseClass {
and then at runtime in my embedded Jython interpreter:
>>>a = myConcreteClass()
But I would expect all these tests to return 1!
Any help would be appreciated, thanks.
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