It sounds like this is something that would be far simpler to accomplish in
the Flexible Environment <https://cloud.google.com/appengine/docs/flexible/>,
which allows access to disk, to open processes, network connections, etc. -
essentially, rather than the Standard Environment which is only the
language runtime, you get a full VM which still scales and deploys like an
App Engine application.
You can find guidance in our documentation or ask me any questions you
have. At a high level of generality, I'd suggest that you use the Dockerfile
for your Custom Runtime
install AjaxSwing and SoX, so that they're on the system ready to be used
by your application when it runs / compiles.
You can find examples of Flexible Environment apps on our Github page (here's
the flexible environment example apps for the Java runtime
as well. Here's a Custom Runtime app which runs an nginx server.
You can see in the Dockerfile that it performs system configuration
(you can download and install libraries in the Dockerfile instructions
which specify how the VM container will be built).
So, let me know if you have any questions, I'll be happy to assist!
Cloud Platform Community Support
On Tuesday, October 11, 2016 at 2:26:14 PM UTC-4, Gurpreet Singh wrote:
> I am new to google app engine and I am trying to host my school projects
> (in java swing and python) on my website that is being hosted on google app
> engine. My projects use third party utilities like AjaxSwing
> <http://www.creamtec.com/products/ajaxswing/index.html> and SoX
> <http://sox.sourceforge.net/>. However I have no clue how do i go about
> installing those utilities on google app engine severs to run my projects.
> Any help will be really appreciated. Thanks
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