JyConsole is an efficient component able to manipulate Python/Jython and Java objects through a command line interface. It features several requirements of modern consoles, such as command history, completion (Ctrl+Space), easy script loading, and basic GUI preference management. JyConsole can be directly used as a standalone application or as an embedded graphical component in a Java or Jython application.
|Tags||Application Frameworks Java Libraries Python Modules software sevelopment Libraries|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
|Implementation||Java Python Jython|
Release Notes: A specific thread manager can be created for a Python/Jython command, which allows a different kind of thread management. Preference management was externalised in a configuration file. An external script can be loaded at start-up.
Release Notes: The completion window is now managed under Linux with JVM 1.5.
No changes have been submitted for this release.