Python 2.1 == Jython 2.1 != Python 2.2? 
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 Python 2.1 == Jython 2.1 != Python 2.2?

Do Jython version numbers correspond to python version numbers?
Should I expect any Python 2.1 application to run in Jython 2.1?
Should I expect Python 2.2 features in Jython 2.2?  If so, is there an
ETA on Jython 2.2?

We are considering moving our application from Python 2.2 to Jython
and the answers would help us decide.

Thanks!
Sandeep



Fri, 24 Dec 2004 22:53:42 GMT  
 Python 2.1 == Jython 2.1 != Python 2.2?

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> Do Jython version numbers correspond to Python version numbers?

Yes, roughly.

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> Should I expect any Python 2.1 application to run in Jython 2.1?

No. If the Python application uses features that are not available in
Jython, it will not run out of the box.

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> Should I expect Python 2.2 features in Jython 2.2?  

Yes.

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> If so, is there an ETA on Jython 2.2?

What is an ETA?

Regards,
Martin



Fri, 24 Dec 2004 23:41:54 GMT  
 Python 2.1 == Jython 2.1 != Python 2.2?

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> > If so, is there an ETA on Jython 2.2?

> What is an ETA?

> Regards,
> Martin

ETA == "Environmental Turnover Announcement"

Typo prolly.

;-)

-gus



Fri, 24 Dec 2004 23:56:23 GMT  
 Python 2.1 == Jython 2.1 != Python 2.2?

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> > > If so, is there an ETA on Jython 2.2?

> > What is an ETA?

> > Regards,
> > Martin

> ETA == "Environmental Turnover Announcement"

> Typo prolly.

> ;-)

> -gus

I think he wants Estimated Time of Arrival -- i.e. when can he
get his hands on Jython 2.2

Laura



Sat, 25 Dec 2004 00:11:57 GMT  
 Python 2.1 == Jython 2.1 != Python 2.2?

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> > > > What is an ETA?

> > > Typo prolly.

> > > ;-)

> > I think he wants Estimated Time of Arrival

> argh... When is a wink not a wink such that an included
> wink does not a wink's function complete, which is to
> make others understand that it's a joke?

Clearly, it was a "joke" of sorts. ;)

But can you really infer that Laura didn't get it, simply because she
answered an earlier poster's question?

--
Graham Ashton



Sat, 25 Dec 2004 01:14:36 GMT  
 Python 2.1 == Jython 2.1 != Python 2.2?

Quote:

> > > > If so, is there an ETA on Jython 2.2?

> > > What is an ETA?

> > > Regards,
> > > Martin

> > ETA == "Environmental Turnover Announcement"

> > Typo prolly.

> > ;-)

> > -gus

> I think he wants Estimated Time of Arrival -- i.e. when can he
> get his hands on Jython 2.2

> Laura

argh... When is a wink not a wink such that an included
wink does not a wink's function complete, which is to
make others understand that it's a joke?

-gus



Sat, 25 Dec 2004 00:18:47 GMT  
 Python 2.1 == Jython 2.1 != Python 2.2?

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> But can you really infer that Laura didn't get it, simply because she
> answered an earlier poster's question?

no, but he can sure imply it.

Jeff



Sat, 25 Dec 2004 02:05:12 GMT  
 
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