Is there a difference between Jython and JPython=3F I believe I read
somewhere that there was no difference.
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>Is there a difference between Jython and JPython. I believe I read
>somewhere that there was no difference.
Apart from a different name, hundreds of fixed bugs, dozens of new
features and the lack of 100% pure Java certification, they are exactly
the same <wink>.
Think of Jython 2.0 as the next version of JPython 1.1. Look at the NEWS
file if you really care about all the tiny differences.