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A GUI for the PyJVM

Project description

pyjvmgui

Based on PyJVM

Java 7 virtual machine implemented in pure python

Andrew Romanenco, 2014 andrew@romanenco.com https://twitter.com/andrewromanenco

Installation

Requires Python 2 (hence pip2).

You can install pyjvmgui from the PyPI.

pip2 install pyjvmgui

When upgrading, it's advised to add --no-deps flag. Otherwise, the PySide2 dependency might be downloaded again.

pip2 install pyjvmgui --upgrade --no-deps

Dependencies

PySide2

PySide2 is used for the GUI.

You can install it by running

pip2 install PySide2

Note: done by pip if following the installation instructions

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