From: Simon Brunning <simon@br...> - 2006-07-24 09:48:52
On 7/22/06, Johannes <gurlitt@...> wrote:
> Thank you very much, I did choose the possibility to use:
> java -Dpython.home=c:\jython-2.1
> while c:\jython-2.1 is my jython-Directory and it did work with jython-2.1
If I didn't want any cache directory at all, is that achievable?
(J2EE apps do not necessarily have access to any file system at all.
The app I'm working on works fine inder, say, Tomcat, but it would
fail under Websphere for this reason.)
From: Charlie Groves <charlie.groves@gm...> - 2006-07-24 13:47:35
On 7/24/06, Simon Brunning <simon@...> wrote:
> If I didn't want any cache directory at all, is that achievable?
-Dpython.cachedir.skip=true turns off the cache altogether. It looks
like that turns off the automatic discovery of jars as well, so you'd
have to go through and manually add your jars to the PackageManager in
PySystemState. I'm not sure how that would work in the context of a
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