This is cool.  I haven't used JNumeric, but it is certainly a good thing for those that do.  Always good to see older software being maintained to work with the latest.

I'll put a link in the newsletter...thanks for your work!

Josh Juneau
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On Thu, Mar 11, 2010 at 3:54 PM, Robert Andre <randre@pppl.gov> wrote:
I converted the JNumeric cvs distribution on sourceforge to mercurial and patched it to work with jython 2.5.1.  The few regression tests which come with it pass and it seems to be working in my application.  I am not experienced with the internals of jython so there may be bugs in how I converted jnumeric.   The code and a jar file can be found here on  bitbucket,
 http://bitbucket.org/zornslemon/jnumeric-ra/downloads/

If there are no major problems, it is my intention to reformat the source code and work on some of the warnings which are showing up in intellij idea.

Rob Andre




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