I totally agree with Rob. I am also trying to find out a Java/Jython integrated
IDE. That would be very cool.
Even though right now, I can use some Python IDE to edit Jython code. But when
I develop a big program, I would like to mix Java and Jython since they have
such a nice interface between each other.
BTW, I am now using jEdit, which is, to me, very cool. However, there should be
lots of improvements to the Jython Interpreter inside it.
--- Robert Smallshire <robert@...> wrote:
> > I would like to hear from anyone ASAP that is using Eclipse or
> > would like to
> > use Eclipse with Python/Jython.
> I too am currently evaluating and combination of Jython and Java for a new
> (commercial) project. I'm currently using Jedit with embedded Jython
> support, which is good for code editing and testing. However, the lack of a
> full featured Jython IDE with an integrated graphical debugger is the
> biggest obstactle to me fully committing to Jython development.
> An Eclipse solution for Jython would probably fulfil most of my requirments.
> I come from a C++ background and can appreciate the releative payoffs in
> terms of rapid development with Jython, but with very complex algorithms and
> large projects there really is no substitute for a top-notch debugger. For
> combined Java/Jython projects the ability to edit and debug both Java and
> Jython in the same environment would be splendid!
> Rob Smallshire