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From wi...@msoft.com (Will Hartung)
Subject Re: perl scripts for tomcat.
Date Wed, 06 Jun 2001 22:49:56 GMT
Well, in that case, you'd have to install JPython.

And then, you'd need to have a .bat/.sh routine to start up the java based
startup script...But, hey, we can do THAT in JPython too! But wait....

Since the scripts basically just set a couple of ENV variable and then "java
xxx", you're in an endless loop.

The simplest solution is that the tools can be distributed completely as a
single .jar file, and be started with: java -jar app.jar. I believe in
Linux, you could make a .jar file "executable", and then only have to type
app.jar. On Mac OS X, they have their own bundler that makes ".jar"s
launchable from the desktop. I don't recall if .jar can be appropriately
associated on Windows or not.

Best Regards,

Will Hartung
(willh@msoft.com)

From: "Christopher Berry" <christopher.berry@etrade.com>
Sent: Wednesday, June 06, 2001 3:21 PM


> I have another suggestion. In a sense, a reversal. I think it might be
> cleanest to centralize the scripts to a single, 100% Java-based solution.
> Say, Jython. Then, just like Ant, we stay completely OS-agnostic.



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