On 2010-11-03, Thomas Krumbein <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Am 03.11.2010 09:16, schrieb email@example.com:
+4 on making Java optional. Personally, I prefer Python for writing
extensions to programs as it usually results in smaller code and less
legal uncertainty. Do we / Can we have the option of making LibO
extensions in Python?
Yes, it is still possible to write Extensions in Python :-)
That is no problem.
Then start porting all the java extensions to python extensions before
talking about removing java dependency. Even if the task half complete,
some features can still be benefit by not loading the JVM.
Maybe create a EasyHack item for porting java extension to python
Porting is more like code cleanup except more typing...
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