This changelog only contains changes from the first pypi release (0.5.4.3) onwards.
Next version - unreleased - Changed startJVM() to report errors on unrecognized options by default.
Use ignoreUnrecognized=True to get previous behavior.
Java reference counting has been converted to use JNI
Added extra verbiage to the to the raised exception when an overloaded method could not be matched. It now prints a list of all possible method signatures.
Harded code to unattached threads and accessing java objects after shutdown.
The following is now DEPRECATED - jpype.reflect.* - All class information is available with .class_ - Python thread option for JPypeReferenceQueue. References are always handled with
with the Java cleanup routine. The undocumented setUsePythonThreadForDaemon() will be removed at a future version.
promoted –install-option to a –global-option as it applies to the build as well as install.
0.6.3 - 2018-04-03 - Java reference counting has been converted to use JNI
PushLocalFrame/PopLocalFrame. Several resource leaks were removed.
java.lang.Class<>.forName() will now return the java.lang.Class. Work arounds for requiring the class loader are no longer needed. Customizers now support customization of static members.
Support of java.lang.Class<> - java.lang.Object().getClass() on Java objects returns a java.lang.Class
rather than the Python class
- java.lang.Object().__class__ on Java objects returns the python class as do all python objects
- java.lang.Object.class_ maps to the java statement ‘java.lang.Object.class’ and returns the java.lang.Class<java.lang.Object>
- java.lang.Class supports reflection methods
- private fields and methods can be accessed via reflection
- annotations are avaiable via reflection
Java objects and arrays will not accept setattr unless the attribute corresponds to a java method or field whith the exception of private attributes that begin with underscore.
- Added support for automatic conversion of boxed types.
- Boxed types automatically convert to python primitives.
- Boxed types automatically convert to java primitives when resolving functions.
- Functions taking boxed or primitives still resolve based on closest match.
Python integer primitives will implicitly match java float and double as per Java specification.
Added support for try with resources for java.lang.Closeable. Use python “with MyJavaResource() as resource:” statement to automatically close a resource at the end of a block.
0.6.2 - 2017-01-13
- Fix JVM location for OSX.
- Fix a method overload bug.
- Add support for synthetic methods
0.6.1 - 2015-08-05
- Fix proxy with arguments issue.
- Fix Python 3 support for Windows failing to import winreg.
- Fix non matching overloads on iterating java collections.
0.6.0 - 2015-04-13
- Python3 support.
- Fix OutOfMemoryError.
0.5.7 - 2014-10-29
- No JDK/JRE is required to build anymore due to provided jni.h. To override this, one needs to set a JAVA_HOME pointing to a JDK during setup.
- Better support for various platforms and compilers (MinGW, Cygwin, Windows)
0.5.6 - 2014-09-27
- Note: In this release we returned to the three point number versioning scheme.
- Fix #63: ‘property’ object has no attribute ‘isBeanMutator’
- Fix #70: python setup.py develop does now work as expected
- Fix #79, Fix #85: missing declaration of ‘uint’
- Fix #80: opt out NumPy code dependency by ‘–disable-numpy’ parameter to setup. To opt out with pip append –install-option=”–disable-numpy”.
- Use JVMFinder method of @tcalmant to locate a Java runtime
0.5.5.4 - 2014-08-12
- Fix: compile issue, if numpy is not available (NPY_BOOL n/a). Closes #77
0.5.5.3 - 2014-08-11
- Optional support for NumPy arrays in handling of Java arrays. Both set and get slice operators are supported. Speed improvement of factor 10 for setting and factor 6 for getting. The returned arrays are typed with the matching NumPy type.
- Fix: add missing wrapper type ‘JShort’
- Fix: Conversion check for unsigned types did not work in array setters (tautological compare)
0.5.5.2 - 2014-04-29
- Fix: array setter memory leak (ISSUE: #64)
0.5.5.1 - 2014-04-11
- Fix: setup.py now runs under MacOSX with Python 2.6 (referred to missing subprocess function)
0.5.5 - 2014-04-11
- Note that this release is not compatible with Python 2.5 anymore!
- Added AHL changes
- replaced Python set type usage with new 2.6.x and higher
- fixed broken Python slicing semantics on JArray objects
- fixed a memory leak in the JVM when passing Python lists to JArray constructors
- prevent ctrl+c seg faulting
- corrected new/delete pairs to stop valgrind complaining
- ship basic PyMemoryView implementation (based on numpy’s) for Python 2.6 compatibility
- Fast sliced access for primitive datatype arrays (factor of 10)
- Use setter for Java bean property assignment even if not having a getter by @baztian
- Fix public methods not being accessible if a Java bean property with the same name exists by @baztian (Warning: In rare cases this change is incompatibile to previous releases. If you are accessing a bean property without using the get/set method and the bean has a public method with the property’s name you have to change the code to use the get/set methods.)
- Make jpype.JException catch exceptions from subclasses by @baztian
- Make more complex overloaded Java methods accessible (fixes https://sourceforge.net/p/jpype/bugs/69/) by @baztian and anonymous
- Some minor improvements inferring unnecessary copies in extension code
- Some JNI cleanups related to memory
- Fix memory leak in array setters
- Fix memory leak in typemanager
- Add userguide from sourceforge project by @baztian
0.5.4.5 - 2013-08-25
- Added support for OSX 10.9 Mavericks by @rmangino (#16)
0.5.4.4 - 2013-08-10
- Rewritten Java Home directory Search by @marsam (#13, #12 and #7)
- Stylistic cleanups of setup.py
0.5.4.3 - 2013-07-27
- Initial pypi release with most fixes for easier installation