Re: Is JPythonFrame full functional?

Thank you, Tom. I will check all those APIs. I would
like the two capabilities working together just like
that in Matlab. 

 --- Tom Whittaker <tomw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Hi
>  > I tried to type
>  > 1+1
>  > and return. I cannot see 2 appeared as it in
> Jython. I
>  > can run all the PY samples and the commandline
>  > examples in tutorials.  Any comment?
> I do not believe Curtis (the author) intended this
> to be a "Jython 
> Console", which does display the toString() value of
> any object that is 
> returned.  To my knowledge there are only 3
> "editor/runners" for Jython:
> this one, Jext, and jedit.   [There is also a
> in the Jython 
> "demo" section of their distribution (which I've
> also been including in 
> more recent installers for Windows and Linux) that
> does some emulation 
> of a command-line interface but does not have an
> editor.]
> jedit has a jython plug-in which does give you a
> 'console' feel.  The 
> only problem (a show-stopper for us) is that it does
> not allow new 
> protocols to be registered (thus we cannot access
> image data using the 
> adde: protocol).  Jext is currently our "mini-IDE"
> of choice (not the 
> current release, but the CVS version plus a few
> additions we've handed 
> to the author).  I do not know if either of these
> would be easy to 
> integrate into your application as you described
> before.
> tom
> -- 
> Tom Whittaker (tomw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx)
> University of Wisconsin-Madison
> Space Science and Engineering Center
> Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite
> Studies
> Phone/VoiceMail: 608.262.2759

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