At 5:14 PM -0500 2/12/02, Dan Grassi wrote:
>Perhaps instead of Jython just using SWING from standard python ala import swinginter. [...] On Mac OS X there is great support for java in Interface Builder which might well be leveraged. On OS < X there is at least AWT.
Also, you can get a swing.jar that works on OS<X.
>IMHO this is a better bet than leveraging Interface Builder and Cocoa which is totally Mac specific.
>Is this possibly doable?
I think that JPE http://sourceforge.net/projects/jpe is a project
to do exactly this.
I've been working on a Jython app, but I'd like to use the "email"
module, which requires Python 2.2; the latest released Jython is at
a 2.1 level.
I did a partial back-port of the email module, transforming some
of the iterators into separate classes, so that I could use it with
Jython. If there's interest and if I don't start work soon, I'll
complete that port and post it somewhere.
Let me know...
-- Doug Landauer
>>>>> "DL" == Doug Landauer <landauer@...> writes:
DL> I've been working on a Jython app, but I'd like to use the
DL> "email" module, which requires Python 2.2; the latest released
DL> Jython is at a 2.1 level.
DL> I did a partial back-port of the email module, transforming
DL> some of the iterators into separate classes, so that I could
DL> use it with Jython. If there's interest and if I don't start
DL> work soon, I'll complete that port and post it somewhere.
I suggest looking at the mimelib version of the email package, i.e.
I'm maintaining this as a separate distutils packages specifically for
older Python versions. The one available in mimelib will work with
Python 2.1 just fine.
Note that version 0.97 is nearly ready and it will have much better
multibyte charset support. It's untested w/ Jython AFAIK, and for now
you'll need to get it out of cvs (although if you wait a few days,
I'll upload a new version).