When searching here I found a post that linked to this helper libraries site. I went to follow the instructions, but master.zip doesn’t have the structure the guide seems to expect (e.g. different toplevel name, no automation directory, etc.)
Any news on that topic. For me, OH30 is no go without Jython Rules support.
Invested a lot of time moving away from DSL Rules.
The GUI based rules definition is of no use if you have a complex project with a lot of sensors and actors.
As you can all see, moving the discussion to the forum did not help to get things moving. Since Jython was not allowed to be included in 2.5.x, I have packaged Jython, the Jython helper libraries, a Jython TransformationService, Groovy, jRuby, and Kotlin for distribution in the Eclipse IoT Marketplace. They are out there, but not completely functional, so don’t expect them to be ready yet . I planned to announce this over the last weekend, but due to a massive wind storm, we lost our electricity, so plans changed! I should be able to get it wrapped up next weekend, and I will make a new topic when they are ready. I’ll then post OH3 versions for manual install, if there is still not response.