From: Anthony Eden <aeden@si...> - 2001-07-25 16:58:24
First let me say that I have found Jython to be extremely useful and I have
included it in the majority of my applications (as the preferred scripting
language through IBM's Bean Scripting Framework.) The authors have done a
really good job.
I am seeing some strange behavior in Jython 2.0 where some JARs are not
loaded or cached. The classes within these JARs are therefore not
accessible. These JARs can be found in the class path, and other JARs
within the same application appear without any problems.
Could this have anything to do with some classes being marked as final or
having a private constructor? If so why would it cause the whole JAR to not
Thanks for any thoughts.
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