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You can run Django on the 2.5 branch of Jython. By Django version 1.0 the current issues should have been resolved.
Jython depends on the following systems:
- Java, version 5 or higher. Java 6 is highly recommended for performance.
- Ant, a build system for Java: http://ant.apache.org/
Check out Jython
First you need to check out the Jython 2.5 branch, known internally as "asm". You could also get a preview distribution from the Jython page: http://www.jython.org/Project/
svn co http://jython.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/jython/branches/asm/ jython25
This will check out the Jython 2.5 branch in a directory called jython25.
If you downloaded the installer, you can skip this step. First cd into the jython25 directory. Then simply type ant to build Jython using the ant build script. An executable script will be created in dist/bin/jython (or dist\bin\jython.bat on Windows).
Check out Django
TODO: these instructions needs to be written. Until they are, check out DjangoAndPyPy, the instructions from here on are quite similar.