From: Stefan Baramov <Stefan.Baramov@tr...> - 2002-12-23 15:20:06
In case you are looking for a faster Jython IDE you might try jEdit
(www.jedit.org) and Jython Interpreter Plugin. Works for me great. In the
case of jEdit you can add any jars to you classpath just copying those jars
in <jedit_install_dir>\jars. Any jar there will be load by jEdit on startup.
And by the way jEdit can do plenty of other things as well as Jython.
From: Jones, David H [mailto:david.h.jones@...]
Sent: Friday, December 20, 2002 1:52 PM
Subject: [Jython-users] How do I make jython and NetBeans IDE recognize
imported Java lib raries
I was looking for an IDE for jython, and was pleased to find that NetBeans (
<http://www.netbeans.org/ide/download.html> ) was setup to support jython. I
installed Netbeans 3.3.2 and wrote some code that imported both python and
Java SE libraries, and everything worked as advertised. However, I haven't
been able to figure out how to configure Netbeans, jython, or a project so
that I can import other Java libraries.
For example, I am writing an RDF application that uses the Jena API found at
<http://www.hpl.hp.com/semweb/download.html.> I have have done various
things to try to identify the library, jena.jar, to jython or the IDE,
including mounting the jar, adding it to CLASSPATH. Regardless of what I do
I get the error: ImportError: "No module named hp" Can anyone help me out on
how to get this up and working
David H. Jones
Boeing Phantom Works,
Mathematics & Computing Technology
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