I just gave a copy of your link to a co-worker who is getting started on using Jython.. He says your class notes are 'great' so far.



David Huebel <davidhuebel <at> gmail.com> writes:

> On 8/31/07, Kenneth McDonald <kenneth.m.mcdonald <at> sbcglobal.net > wrote:
> > Is there a single reasonably authoritative documentation site for
> > Jython?
> I like this idea very much.  The User's Guide is an excellent basis
> for further work, but some information can only be found in the
> newsgroup archives.  (Obviously the wiki has its advantages, but as a
> user I find the User's Guide more convenient.)

The following will not fill the need for primary documents, but
perhaps it will be helpful to have a few second tier, auxiliary
documents, too.  So, my class notes that I use when teaching Jython
classes are at:


And the reStrucuredText (reST) source is here:


That document is mostly about the Jython/Python language, but there
is a reasonable chunk that is Jython/Java specific toward the end.

By the way, I have delivered this class three times now (3-day and
4-day classes with between 8 and 20 students).  So, that should
give you even *more* indication that there is a real interest in
and need for Jython out there.

And, especially, thanks to those of you who did all that work to
produce Jython 2.2.  Super.

I'm scheduled to teach another Jython class, next January.  So,
I'll be updating those class notes between now and then.


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