#jython IRC Log (v0.9)


IRC Log for 2020-04-02

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[12:04] * Toover (5a567ab8@aputeaux-684-1-5-184.w90-86.abo.wanadoo.fr) has joined #jython
[12:04] <Toover> Hello everyone, nice to meet you
[12:06] <Toover> I've started using Jython last week, and am trying to making it work for Android API 23.
[12:07] <Toover> Am I right that it is not meant to be supported? If yes I'd like to give a hand to make it work!
[12:07] * jimklo (~jimklo@2600:6c52:6f80:6ace:1ccd:904a:866f:e107) has joined #jython
[12:08] <Toover> I had a looked at the source code and started to build modified JARs, but I soon realized I cannot manage to build a correct jython-standalone directly
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[12:09] <Toover> Since I could not find how to do just that, I'm here to ask the maintainers directly, if you can lend me a minute
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[12:32] <Toover> Sorry I left by mistake, did anyone respond?
[12:34] <Toover> I guess not ^^
[12:56] <Toover> So let me tease you a bit about making it work for Android: if you get rid of the piece of "Modular" appearing in the code, and that you strip the JAR using proguard, you'll end up with a JAR that does not use any unsupported Java feature.
[12:57] <Toover> I could test this assumption if I could build a stand-alone JAR of Jython.
[13:10] <Toover> Ok, I think I found it, it was the ant build task "jar-complete". The task does not exist in Gradle, I may have to write it.
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