From: Brian Schlining <brian@mb...> - 2001-01-30 00:51:51
I'm trying to issue commands to the underlying OS from jython 2.0 using
the commands module. (I apologize if I'm mixing up some terminology
here...I'm very new to Python) The catch is that the method 'popen'
seems to be missing. Here's a transcript of my session:
>>> import commands
Traceback (innermost last):
File "<console>", line 1, in ?
File "/u/brian/apps/jython-20/Lib/commands.py", line 42, in getoutput
File "/u/brian/apps/jython-20/Lib/commands.py", line 51, in
AttributeError: class 'org.python.modules.os' has no attribute 'popen'
Is this a bug or am I missing something? If it's a bug does someone have
Thanks in advance
Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
I tried to use jTkinter under linux, it compiles but with warnings, but i
newer got it working.
So i was forced to use vim or jedit.
On Thursday 01 February 2001 07:12, Jarek Sacha wrote:
> Would it be possible to use IDLE with jython? This probably requires
> jTkinter, does it work with jython?
> What do you use to prototype and debug in jython?
> Jython-users mailing list
On Thu, Feb 01, 2001 at 09:02:47AM +0200, Donatas Simkunas wrote:
| I tried to use jTkinter under linux, it compiles but with warnings, but i
| newer got it working.
| So i was forced to use vim or jedit.
Forced to use vim? I use (g)vim by choice. For debugging I typically
use "print". I have also recently discovered Source Navigator
(http://source.redhat.com). I does a bunch of class browsing and
cross-referencing for C C++ Java FORTRAN COBOL Tcl and Python. It has
an editor in it, but I only use is as a color coded text viewer (as in
I don't edit with it).
| On Thursday 01 February 2001 07:12, Jarek Sacha wrote:
| > Would it be possible to use IDLE with jython? This probably requires
| > jTkinter, does it work with jython?
| > What do you use to prototype and debug in jython?
| > Jarek