JPython install question

Huaiyu Zhu hzhu at users.sourceforge.net
Thu Sep 7 02:39:52 CEST 2000


On 6 Sep 2000 09:45:16 GMT, Calvelo Daniel <dcalvelo at pharion.univ-lille2.fr>
wrote: 
>Huaiyu Zhu <hzhu at yahoo.com> wrote:
>: After getting JPython11.class and running java on it, is there any other
>: step needed for the installation?  The installed directories only have .java
>: but not .class files, and when I run make in it, make complains about jikes
>: not found.  There is no README, and I seem to have lost my way in the online
>: instructions of install.  Thanks for any clarification.  (This is on Linux,
>: but I'll also need it on NT, Solaris, HP-UX later on.)
>
>AFAIremember there's no need of make; the installer (you got that one, 
>didn't you) puts a JPython.jar into the directory you specify. Then you
>have the usual CLASSPATH java nightmare, but that's all.

I did got it install into /usr/local/lib/java/JPython-1.1 and put this in
CLASSPATH.  I got jpython to produce a hello.class.  When running java
hello, I got java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: org/python/core/PyObject.

Went back to /usr/local/lib/java/JPython-1.1/org/python/core/, and found 68
.java files sitting there, without .class files.   I tried to compile a few of
them but got errors.  Should there be .class files shipped with JPython?
Or maybe I'm doing something silly.

Huaiyu



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