In Java, where the type information is explicit in the source, modern IDEs
allow you to get lots of context sensitive information available for the
source (eg press "." and JBuilder gives you a list of methods, F1 gets you the
relevant help, etc).
In PythonWin at least the "." function appears to operate when there is
actually an instantiated instance (eg from code executed in the interactive
window or an executed script), which is not always correct in the context of a
script being edited.
When using Jython, is there any environment which provides usable context
sensitive information, is such a thing possible?
Is there any information on how the lack of such features negates the
productivity boost provided by jython?
[ps, On the jython website it talks about the "lastest release" rather than
the "latest". Where I'm from last is slang for rubbish, which is certainly not
a suitable adjective for jython :)]