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Jython Scripting

729 bytes added, 09:07, 30 April 2018
Emphasize the solution of packaging script into 2 jar files, one for the menu macro and one for the imported modules
The advantage of this approach is that you can share your packages easily. For example you can upload the JAR file to an [[Update_Sites|update site]].
NB : Script implementing "ImageJ menu macro" and "utilitary scripts" that are used as imported modules in other macros should be packed in separate jar files ! Indeed, if not explicitly mentioned, the jython interpreter only looks in the Jars/Lib folder to import module, so the .jar containing the "utilitary scripts" should be put there, while the jar containing the "ImageJ menu macro" can be put either in the Plugin or script/Plugin folder. However the scripts contained in this second jar will not be visible by the Jython interpreter.
This is the reason why a given project is rather distributed in 2 different jar files as explained [ here].
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