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JNI: Swing to PerL

 
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My front end needs to be done using java swing/awt. I am however, required, to reuse existing perl codes. Is JNI able to talk to Perl directly? Or JNI to c, then c will talk to perl (if that is possible).
 
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Originally posted by Jesus Angeles:
My front end needs to be done using java swing/awt. I am however, required, to reuse existing perl codes. Is JNI able to talk to Perl directly? Or JNI to c, then c will talk to perl (if that is possible).



JNA will allow you to call directly into a DLL which exports a C-callable interface, so you could conceivably call into the perl interpreter.

Alternatively you could invoke a perl process via Runtime.exec and collect the results via the filesystem.
 
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Thanks for the tip.
 
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