ykingma at accessforall.nl
Sat Feb 14 15:25:22 CET 2004
Kevin Dahlhausen wrote:
> Been digging and could not find the answer to this.
> I'd be very grateful if someone could help.
> I can't import a class from a packackge that is nested:
> import sys
> import org.hsqldb
> print dir(org.hsqldb)
> v = org.hsqldb.View()
> The output is a the dir listing of hsqldb, including View, and the
> following error:
> File "test.py", line 6, in ?
> AttributeError: java package 'org.hsqldb' has no attribute 'View'
> Signal 127
> 51 /testing:
It should work when the class is public.
Is the View class private or package private in package org.hsqldb?
You can make jython look into java private things by
setting python.security.respectJavaAccessibility to false in
It's better to respect java accessibilty, though.
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