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Using Jython in an IDE

  • Josh Juneau
  • Jim Baker
  • Victor Ng
  • Leo Soto
  • Frank Wierzbicki

Abstract

In this chapter, we will discuss developing Jython applications using two of the most popular integrated development environments, Eclipse and Netbeans. There are many other development environments available for Python and Jython today; however, these two are perhaps the most popular and contain the most Jython-specific tools. Eclipse has had a plug-in known as PyDev for a number of years, and this plug-in provides rich support for developing and maintaining Python and Jython applications alike. Netbeans began to include Python and Jython support with version 6.5 and later. The Netbeans IDE also provides rich support for development and maintenance of Python and Jython applications.

Keywords

Command Line Project Property Java Application Player Object Code Completion 
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© Josh Juneau, Jim Baker, Victor Ng, Leo Soto, Frank Wierzbicki 2010

Authors and Affiliations

  • Josh Juneau
  • Jim Baker
  • Victor Ng
  • Leo Soto
  • Frank Wierzbicki

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