Right now I'm working on the pydev/JDT integration, so that pydev is able to provide a better code-completion for those working with jython.
I've just checked-in some code that is able to use JDT to gather completions for the jars defined in the jython interpreter. This fixes some things in the current integration, but it still can't do code-completion for project references (so, if you're working on a jython project that only depends on jars, that wouldn't be a problem, but if that's needed, there's still some work to do in that area).
Other areas worked recently (which should be available on a new release):
- Zip files are now supported in pydev.
- Symlinks are supported in the system pythonpath (but not in the project itself).
This release is taking a bit longer than usual, mostly because those changes are in some core areas, which makes them a bit more difficult, as lots of code depends on it -- good thing all the tests are still running ;-)
Also, a good approach to integrate JDT when it comes to java projects referenced from jython projects is something that's proving a bit more difficult than initially thought -- so, the next release will probably not have it... still, it's planned to be available soon after that.