Thanks Gary! Now unpack the zip into your
~/.snap/snap-python/snappy directory (which should have been already created) so that you have
jpyutil.py in there. Then cd into snappy and type
> python ./jpyutil.py -j -p
assuming JDK_HOME is still set to the JDK you’ve used to build jpy. You can also use
> python ./jpyutil.py -j -p --java_home <jdk-or-jre-8-path>
In order to make all this easier, I’ve also just created https://senbox.atlassian.net/browse/SNAP-199: Allow custom SNAP-Python configurations by manual jpy builds. Note that all this only happens, if we don’t have precompiled binaries for the target platform.