jython and java application
kursat.kutlu at gmail.com
Thu Nov 26 02:54:23 CET 2009
I don't know if it's right place but normally main method requires an
args even it is not needed to supply from commandline. Maybe this is a
jython runtime error and requires at least an empty argument. You
could try to pass and empty string array like ['']. I'm not using
jython please use your own notation.
On Nov 26, 3:30 am, KB <ke... at nekotaku.com> wrote:
> Hi there,
> Apologies if this is on the wrong group, this is a jython question.
> Please redirect me to the correct group if this is in error.
> I have a java application that takes no arguements. When I run it, it
> spits out output, and finishes.
> I am trying to run this java application from jython 2.5.1, JRE6.
> I have made simple "Hello World" java classes be callable from a
> simple jython script, yet I am stumbling on the java main construct in
> the application.
> print krbtest.SimpleHistoricTutorial().main() obviously gives me an
> args error (expected 1, got 0) as the definition in the java
> application is:
> public static void main(String args)
> The jython code is as follows:
> import krbtest
> # was messing with this to pass a java formatted string but to no
> from java.lang import String
> print krbtest.SimpleHistoricTutorial().main()
> Any advice greatly appreciated! Especially with how to call "main()"
> with arguments from jython.
> Apologies in advance again if this is the wrong group.
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