I am attempting to use the @sig mechanism
to make functions I have defined in a Python script available to Java:
"@sig public static
void createResponseFile(java.lang.String responseFilePath, java.lang.String
# my code follows
When I run jythonc on this file, this
is the Java code that is generated for this function in the PyInner class:
private static PyObject createResponseFile$1(PyFrame
/* @sig public static void createResponseFile(java.lang.String responseFilePath,
java.lang.String destinationPath) */
//my code follows
It seems jythonc just thinks this is
a comment in my script, and doesn't create a public interface to the function
I wrote in Python. Am I doing something wrong? Is there something
else I need to do in order to make my Python functions callable from Java?
Any help anyone could offer would be greatly appreciated...
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