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Package: jython
Version: 2.1.0-10
Severity: normal

Jython doesn't recognize global registry settings when invoked through
BSF, i.e. as a <sript> in ant.  Personal settings in ~/.jython are
ok.  This leads to the problem that jython tries to create the
cachedir in /usr/share/ant/lib, which is not writable as normal user.

-- System Information
Debian Release: 3.0
Architecture: i386
Kernel: Linux sinon 2.4.18 #1 Wed Sep 25 17:04:22 CEST 2002 i686
Locale: LANG=de_DE@euro, LC_CTYPE=de_DE@euro

Versions of packages jython depends on:
ii  gij-3.0 [java-virtual-machine 1:3.0.4-7  The GNU Java bytecode
interpreter.
ii  gij-3.0 [java1-runtime]       1:3.0.4-7  The GNU Java bytecode
interpreter.
ii  java-virtual-machine-dummy [j 0.3        Dummy Java virtual machine
ii  libreadline-java              0.8.0-1    GNU readline and BSD editline
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Version: 2.5.3-14

On Thu, 27 Mar 2003 15:12:42 -0700 Ben Burton <b...@debian.org> wrote:
> 
> > Jython doesn't recognize global registry settings when invoked through
> > BSF, i.e. as a <sript> in ant.  Personal settings in ~/.jython are
> > ok.  This leads to the problem that jython tries to create the
> > cachedir in /usr/share/ant/lib, which is not writable as normal user.
> 
> How exactly does ant start jython?  i.e., is it running /usr/bin/jython
> or is it doing something different?  To get the global registry settings
> it should be sufficient to have $JYTHON_HOME=/usr/share/jython (which is
> set in the /usr/bin/jython script); this then makes the global registry
> default to /usr/share/jython/registry, which should be a symlink to your
> global registry /etc/jython/jython.conf (can you check this?).

Yes, using jython as a Java library requires to set the property 
python.home=/usr/share/jython.
And the cachedir problem is linked to #845360, fixed by release 2.5.3-14.

Thanks,

_g.

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