Last edited by zhaotianwu; July 16th, 2011 at 06:10 AM.
Sounds like a great idea to me!Do you think this is feasible or just a crazy idea?
NOTE FOR LATER: Once your code is doing useful things, and if you're willing to share it with others, consider learning to use a site such as bazaar or github. This is called "configuration management", keeping track of your earlier versions with very little effort while also allowing other programmers to see and suggest changes ("patches") to your program. It's central to becoming a successful programmer, once you've got your first program up and running. But code first.
Disclaimer: I'm not personally familiar with Android package management, so I'm not sure that you couldn't just declare a dependency to Jython and all would be well, as you could in (for example) Ubuntu. The google results implied getting Jython onto Android required some manual effort, and that would discourage users from trying your program. But if it's just for you and a friend or two, it's not a big deal.
Last edited by zhaotianwu; July 27th, 2011 at 09:57 AM.
Go you good thing!