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[6:14] * Topic is 'Jython 2.7 final released: http://tinyurl.com/muqfuul | This channel is logged: http://jython.extreme.st/irclogs/ | Please update the wiki: http://wiki.python.org/jython | Jython Book: http://jythonbook.com | Podcast: http://jython.org/jythonpodcast/'
[6:14] * Set by agronholm!~agronholm@nblzone-211-20.nblnetworks.fi on Sun May 03 05:10:52 UTC 2015
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[10:24] <N3sh108> hello! I just discovered jython and it sounds great
[10:25] <N3sh108> I need to execute a couple of functions in Java from a python project without having the user install python on their system. Is it possible to actually execute a specific python file/function?
[10:26] <agronholm> N3sh108: so you're mandating a java installation but not a python installation?
[10:27] <N3sh108> let???s step back: I want to have a Java application which can run a python script while being system agnostic.
[10:28] <N3sh108> I could either: tell the user to install python. Bundle python in my program. Use jython.
[10:28] <agronholm> I thought you had a python project from which you wanted to call a couple of java functions
[10:29] <N3sh108> nope, there is this tool that I need to use which is only in python. It???s rather simple and I could even get down to rewrite it myself but I am checking and seeing what my options are
[10:29] <N3sh108> the main project is in Java
[10:29] <agronholm> I see
[10:29] <agronholm> in that case it might work for you
[10:29] <agronholm> does the script need to interact with java much?
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[13:46] -spb- [Global Notice] We've made some changes to the way we do things in light of the recent events that so many of you have commented on. If you're interested, read more at https://blog.freenode.net/2016/02/recent-events-and-future-changes/
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[19:30] <mr-rogers> I am using python to wrap a java class, but the java class has an overridden function. When I call the method in python the wrapper is called twice. Is there a way to only get/do one wrapper call?
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[20:55] <nickmbailey> jimbaker: http://bugs.jython.org/issue2470
[21:06] <nickmbailey> happy to chat about it on a hangout if you'd like as well
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[22:27] <jimbaker> nickmbailey, thanks i will take a detailed look. your analysis makes sense on first read however
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