Request for advice - python, wxpython, Jython, java
t at chabry.caltech.edu
Mon Sep 10 07:17:17 CEST 2001
In article <9nceqa$hv3$1 at hfc.pacific.net.hk>,
Kenneth Tsang <smt at pacific.net.hk> wrote:
>Hi, I am currently working on an applications that has the following
>criteria, please advice what's the most effective use of the above
>technology, Python is on the list because of the amazing capability, and
>'battery included' features (i think this is the best description)
>a)multiple language support
>c)ease of deployment - as it has to be used in different countries
>d)short development time
>Could someone advice the best architecture of using Python, 'cos it seems to
>be one of the best choice here.
I have used Jython and Swing for a bioinformatics GUI that's got about
6,000 lines of code & I'm quite happy with my choice. Installation is
dead easy -- it's down to a single .jar file -- and most people have a
compatible JVM installed.
You can check out the program at http://family.caltech.edu/.
n.b. 6000 lines of Jython code =~ 10,000 lines of Java code.
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