The visad/examples/Rivers.java program draws lines from
Java. Each sequence of line segments is constructed as
a Gridded2DSet with manifold dimension = 1, and several
sequences are combined in a UnionSet.
You can execute Python code form a Java program using
the visad/python/RunJPython.java class. See its main()
method for an example. You basically construct a new
RunJPython object, then pass filenames to its execfile()
method, or lines of Python code to its exec() or eval()
On Fri, 6 Jun 2003, [iso-8859-1] nicolas guegan wrote:
> I'm sorry, but I don't well understand the visad-jython connection.
> My code is in java with a little visad.
> I want to draw line but I don't want to change my code into the python code.
> I want to keep my java code because it's very long and it use the applet.
> Could I use the draw line or use the jython 's package with java code
> without create a file.py?