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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 8080] - New <jythonc> task to compile Python code in java bytecode
Date Fri, 19 Apr 2002 04:52:52 GMT
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New <jythonc> task to compile Python code in java bytecode





------- Additional Comments From steve_l@iseran.com  2002-04-19 04:52 -------
Hmm, two lines of code per build file, versus the support and maintenance we'd 
have to add

but wait a minute, you need jython anyway right? So stick the JAR in your own 
SCM system (like in lib)

<taskdef resource="org.someone.jythontask.properties
 classpath="lib/jythonant.jar;lib\jython.jar">

And all is well.

FYI we are trying to move away from putting everything in optional.jar and 
move to a world where we can load stuff from jars more easily; once that is 
done we can break up optional jar into pieces anyway. Adding more tasks to ant 
just adds diversionary work.

In particular, for other open source projects we like the tasks to go with the 
projects themselves, if at all possible. Can you get the jython people to take 
this task on board? Then all you need is jython.s own jar.

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