Towards the industrialization of XML processing
Last updated Sunday, January 06, 2002
Assorted material that may be of interest to XPipe developers
Dive Into Python is a complete book - available for download - on Python programming for experienced developers. Get it at http://diveintopython.org/
There are numerous books on Python available. Consult your favourite on-line bookstore.
Note that Jython is Python. The languages are one. The only differences are down to platform dependancies such as you would find with any portable programming language. So, most of what you find out there about Python is directly applicable to Jython and that includes a very high proportion of the available modules/libraries.
The definitive source for all things Jython (including
Python and Java the best of both worlds - Article by Jim Hugunin the original creation of Jython (when it was called JPython)
Extract from an O'Reilly Book on Python - Jpython the felicitous union of Python and Java
Jython for Java Programmers, by Robert Bill, New Riders Publishing, ISBN: 0735711119 - available
Jython Essentials, is due to be published in March 2002 by O'Reilly (Samuele Pedroni and Noel Rappin) ISBN: 0596002475
anygui (http://www.anygui.org) might be a good candidate for Q'n'D GUI tools for XPipe:
Note its ability to do Java/Swing or wxPython or Tk depending on environment
VisAdd looks like a really interesting Java/Jython based data visualization tool that could be very useful for XPipe/XGrid monitors and stat analysis.
So too does VTK http://public.kitware.com/VTK/.