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From Paul Libbrecht <p...@activemath.org>
Subject Re: [jelly] Jelly and BSF?
Date Mon, 14 Jul 2003 15:10:54 GMT
OK, it's dead simple... have a look at
${JELLY_HOME}/src/java/org/apache/commons/jelly/Jelly.java

Maybe there are a little bit of classloader issues...
Is there a "compile-time" in BSF ?

Paul


On Lundi, juil 14, 2003, at 17:03 Europe/Paris, Anthony Eden wrote:

> The advantage is to allow applications which use BSF to use Jelly 
> without needing to code directly to the Jelly engine.
>
> Sincerely,
> Anthony Eden
>
> Paul Libbrecht wrote:
>> On Dimanche, juil 13, 2003, at 15:33 Europe/Paris, Laird J. Nelson 
>> wrote:
>>> I'm not entirely sure of the ground I'm standing on here, but what 
>>> would
>>> it take to make Jelly a BSF-compliant scripting language?  Is that a
>>> meaningful question?
>> Looks very decent to me.
>> What's more in a bsf connection than connecting some context and 
>> providing bean access ?
>> The thing is, jelly already does behave in this way (addressing 
>> bean-properties by names at least)... so what would be the advantage >> ?
>> The startup/packaging ? (this is where, indeed, to me, jelly is a bit 
>> painful)
>> Paul
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