As a workaround you could try:
jython -J-classpath=jice.jar

That might work for you until we get issue1498 resolved. I don't have windows so I can't test it, but it should work.

/Tobias

On Thu, Oct 29, 2009 at 2:43 PM, william ratcliff <william.ratcliff@gmail.com> wrote:
It was 2.5.1 final, so I've put in a bug report.

Thanks,
William


On Wed, Oct 28, 2009 at 10:10 PM, Leo Soto M. <leo.soto@gmail.com> wrote:
On Wed, Oct 28, 2009 at 6:09 PM, william ratcliff
<william.ratcliff@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi!  I have a hopefully quick question.  If I run jython under linux (fc11)
> or MacOS then something like:
> jython -J-classpath jice.jar
> works great and I can use the classes in jice.jar within python.  However,
> if I try the same command under windows, I get an error:
>   File "<string>", line None
> SyntaxError: Non-ASCII character in file 'jice.jar', but no encoding
> declared;

Looks like Jython thinks that jice.jar is the name of the script to
execute, which is wrong. Are you using 2.5.1? If so, please file a bug
on <http://bugs.jython.org>

Regards,
--
Leo Soto M.
http://blog.leosoto.com


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