Running Django on Jython¶
As of January 2014, the latest release of django-jython supports Django 1.3 which is no longer supported (receiving fixes or security updates) by the Django Project. We therefore recommend that you do not try to run Django on Jython at this time.
The django-jython project is seeking contributors to help update its code for newer versions of Django. You can select an older version of this documentation to see the instructions we had for using Django with Jython. If django-jython is updated and please file a ticket and we’ll be happy to update our documentation accordingly.
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