UML tools: Tcl or Python?

wilsher at my-deja.com wilsher at my-deja.com
Fri Nov 12 18:18:36 CET 1999


In article <382A3896.7FD4F3B0 at objectsbydesign.com>,
  Stuart Zakon <info at objectsbydesign.com> wrote:
> Interesting developments for scripting in UML tools:
>
> First ObjectDomain switched its scripting language from Tcl to
JPython.
> Next Together/J 3.0 switched its scripting language from JPython to
Tcl.
>

Hmmm, are you sure about this? In the 3.0 Beta they were still
supporting
JPython, but de-emphasizing it in favour of the Java API. I just had a
look at the 3.0 final help docs, which states that "a script is a Java
class". There is no mention of either JPython or TCL, as far as I can
see.
Needless to say, I think JPython makes for a much better application
scripting language than Java....

--Thomas


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