Is it possible to execute a script from java without
creating the temporary class file.
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> Is it possible to execute a script from java without
> creating the temporary class file.
I am a bit unsure if i understand the question correctly. IMHO the
temporary class file (meaning: byte code) is always created in memory.
If it is written to the file system depends:
If the .py file is inside a .jar or .zip, no $py.class file is written.
If you use PythonInterpreter's execfile() method, no $py.class file is
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