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A simple question

I was try­ing to do some­thing weird: take one of my PyQt prog­gies, and com­pile it in­to a stand­alone bi­na­ry us­ing Jython, koala/qt­ja­va and gjc.

Sad­ly, it does­n't work :-(

Has any­one ev­er got­ten a rather re­cent gjc and jython to work to­geth­er?

The best I can get is this:

This is us­ing gc­c-­java-3.4.3-22.1 and jython-2.2-0.a0.2jpp

I mean, this is com­plete­ly un­nec­es­sary, but it would be a nice hack :-)

Michael Greifeneder / 2006-04-04 01:38:

I suppose either



ant.jar

oro.jar



has references to xerces 1.4.4



However you have added dom3-xerces-j2.jar. That's version 2 of xerces. You can try to download xerces 1.4.4 from http://xml.apache.org/dist/xerces-j/



Or I would prefer download latest versions of Ant and/or Oro.

http://ant.apache.org/bindownload.cgi and

http://jakarta.apache.org/site/downloads/downloads_oro.cgi



Good luck



Mike


Tom Tromey / 2006-04-04 01:39:

With 3.4, the rule is that if you compile a library

you must also compile and link in all its dependencies.



If you can use 4.x, you can switch to the new

"binary compatibility ABI", which is a bit

more friendly here.



I haven't tried jython in a while myself, but

it worked for a long time.


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