Calling (C)Python code from Java: Is it JPype?

Neil Benn benn at cenix-bioscience.com
Fri Oct 1 15:33:21 CEST 2004


Ville Vainio wrote:

>>>>>>"f.geiger" == F GEIGER <f.geiger at vol.at> writes:
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>    f.geiger> GUI in a compiled lang, the gist in Python. If so, I'll give it a try.
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>Why GUI in compiled lang? Typically the time in a GUI is spent in a
>GUI library, which is native code.
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Hello,

          As I remember, the OP said that he was going to use Java - the 
GUI toolkit for that is very nice and extremely portable (no cross 
platform niggling little issues 'the window doesn't behave that way on 
linux - well it does on windows!!') - the reason for this - Java GUI 
(Swing ignore AWT for the point of this - AWT has the same problems as 
other native GUI toolkits) is _not_ native.  Although I must agree that 
using cross language and two separate processes seems like more of a 
headache that testing the python code.

Cheers,

Neil

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