gerhard.haering at gmx.de
Mon Aug 26 19:32:28 CEST 2002
* Justin Guerin <jguerin at cso.atmel.com> [2002-08-26 11:19 -0600]:
> Hello everyone,
I'm pretty sure there is none. Your best bet is to expose an existing
> I'm trying to write a script to browse a web site that makes use of
> I checked http://www.python.org/doc/essays/comparisons.html, where Guido
> wrote that "a Python implementation written in Java is under development,
> which allows calling Python code from Java and vice versa." If he's
> referring to Jython, then maybe I need to check the Jython web site more
> carefully, but from what I saw, it allows you to run Python code from within
> Java, but not Java code from within Python.
Jython can call to Java code, too: they're both executed in the same
> matters, anyway.
It probably doesn't. The only connection is that many browsers have
works the other way round, I hear. So you could _perhaps_ write a Jython
I were a project manager, I'd say RISK FACTOR: HIGH.
de.comp.lang.java FAQ ;-) All they share are the first four letters.
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