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Status of JPE (Java-Python Extension)?

I am asking this on behalf of a Java enthusiast who is interested in using ZODB
and other Python assets from his Java code:

a) Has anyone used JPE (Java-Python Extension - see
http://jpe.sourceforge.net/ )?

b) If so, what were their experiences?

c) Is the project still active?

d) Are there any alternatives for making calls on Java objects from CPython, or
vice-versa? Or is Corba or similar the best approach?

Tim C

Jul 18 '05 #1
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Tim Churches <tc***@optushome.com.au> writes:
[...]
d) Are there any alternatives for making calls on Java objects from
CPython, or vice-versa? Or is Corba or similar the best approach?


Pyro. Never used it, though.
John
Jul 18 '05 #2
On Mon, 2003-11-10 at 03:50, John J. Lee wrote:
Tim Churches <tc***@optushome.com.au> writes:
[...]
d) Are there any alternatives for making calls on Java objects from
CPython, or vice-versa? Or is Corba or similar the best approach?


Pyro. Never used it, though.


PyRO is great (have used it), but strictly Python to Python.

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Tim C

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Jul 18 '05 #3
On Sun, 10 Nov 2003, Tim Churches wrote:
On Mon, 2003-11-10 at 03:50, John J. Lee wrote:
Tim Churches <tc***@optushome.com.au> writes:
[...]
d) Are there any alternatives for making calls on Java objects from
CPython, or vice-versa? Or is Corba or similar the best approach?


Pyro. Never used it, though.


PyRO is great (have used it), but strictly Python to Python.


Jython is Python. From the Pyro web page:
What does Pyro offer you?

Written in 100% pure Python. It is small, simple and extremely portable -
it runs everywhere Python runs and TCP/IP networking is available. Partial
support for Jython. Minimum Python version required is 2.1.x, though the
latest Python version is recommended.
dunno what 'partial support' means, though.
John

Jul 18 '05 #4
On Mon, 2003-11-10 at 06:53, John J Lee wrote:
On Sun, 10 Nov 2003, Tim Churches wrote:
On Mon, 2003-11-10 at 03:50, John J. Lee wrote:
Tim Churches <tc***@optushome.com.au> writes:
[...]
> d) Are there any alternatives for making calls on Java objects from
> CPython, or vice-versa? Or is Corba or similar the best approach?

Pyro. Never used it, though.
PyRO is great (have used it), but strictly Python to Python.


Jython is Python. From the Pyro web page:


What does Pyro offer you?

Written in 100% pure Python. It is small, simple and extremely portable -
it runs everywhere Python runs and TCP/IP networking is available. Partial
support for Jython. Minimum Python version required is 2.1.x, though the
latest Python version is recommended.


OK, thanks.
dunno what 'partial support' means, though.


Irmen, can you elucidate?

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