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NetBeans and Jython

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Hello.
I installed NetBeans, Jython and Coyote. I hoped that I could use Swing GUI
builder intergrated in NetBeans (Matisse?) with Jython in "Delphi" way. But,
it seems that I can drag and drop controls only in pure Java application,
not in Jython application?
Does anybody uses NetBeans as GUI/RAD tool for Jython/Python?

Regards,

Zlatko
Sep 2 '06 #1
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tatamata wrote:
Hello.
I installed NetBeans, Jython and Coyote. I hoped that I could use Swing GUI
builder intergrated in NetBeans (Matisse?) with Jython in "Delphi" way. But,
it seems that I can drag and drop controls only in pure Java application,
not in Jython application?
Does anybody uses NetBeans as GUI/RAD tool for Jython/Python?

Regards,

Zlatko

uno.py, which is part of the OpenOffice.org suite, provides access to
NetBeans.

Colin W.

Sep 2 '06 #2

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