Hi Nicholas,

I think I figured the problem, the book did meant org.jython but it was pointing to a bunch of user created classes that was supposed to be organized as org/jython/... and added to the classpath.

This wasn't really clear in the book though, the 'jump' assumed of the reader from Chapter 10 was a big one, especially for someone like me who has close to zero exposure to Java. I spent quite a while with the Sun tutorials before it made sense.


On Fri, Mar 12, 2010 at 1:27 PM, Nicholas Riley <njriley@illinois.edu> wrote:
In article <b0e48f801003111929p39cf3dl3776ef7be08ade92@mail.gmail.com>,
 Kenny Shen <littlemog@gmail.com> wrote:

> At risk of asking a totally noob question, how would I get jython into the
> picture?

Jython's classes are in org.python, not org.jython.  If the book
mentions the latter, it may be a mistake.
Nicholas Riley <njriley@illinois.edu>

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