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Jython and SciTE

I'm trying to get SciTE to run and compile my jython scripts.
This is what I have in my python.properties file:

command.name.1.*.py=Go Jython
command.1.*.py=jython $(FileNameExt)
command.1.subsystem.*.py=1
command.name.2.*.py=Jython -> jar
command.2.*.py=jythonc --core --jar $(FileName).jar $(FileNameExt)
command.2.subsystem.*.py=1

I keep getting as output:
jython DiceRoll.py
The system cannot find the file specified. jythonc --core --jar DiceRoll.jar DiceRoll.py
The system cannot find the file specified.


It works fine from the command line (PATH is set correctly.)
Jul 18 '05 #1
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rt lange:
I'm trying to get SciTE to run and compile my jython scripts.
This is what I have in my python.properties file:

command.name.1.*.py=Go Jython
command.1.*.py=jython $(FileNameExt)
command.1.subsystem.*.py=1
command.name.2.*.py=Jython -> jar
command.2.*.py=jythonc --core --jar $(FileName).jar $(FileNameExt)
command.2.subsystem.*.py=1

I keep getting as output:
jython DiceRoll.py
The system cannot find the file specified.


Depending on the OS and the type of command (batch, exe, python script)
"jython" is you may need to execute through the command interpreter which is
cmd on NT:

command.1.*.py=cmd /c jython $(FileNameExt)

Neil
Jul 18 '05 #2

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