HISTORY OF THE SOFTWARE
JPython was created in late 1997 by Jim Hugunin. Jim was also the
primary developer while he was at CNRI. In February 1999 Barry Warsaw
took over as primary developer and released JPython version 1.1.
In October 2000 Barry helped move the software to SourceForge
where it was renamed to Jython. Jython 2.0 is developed by a group
The standard library is covered by the BeOpen / CNRI license. See the
Lib/LICENSE file for details.
The oro regular expresion matcher is covered by the apache license.
See the org/apache/LICENSE file for details.
The zxJDBC package was written by Brian Zimmer and originally licensed
under the GNU Public License. The package is now covered by the Jython
Jython changes Software License.
Copyright (c) 2000, Jython Developers
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