Setting up the jython development environment in Eclipse with Subclipse
Another way (see EclipseNotes) to obtain the jython sources to Eclipse is to use the Subclipse plugin (Subversion for Eclipse). (I'm not sure whether sf.net has some temporary technical problems right now, but at least I wasn't able get the sources via CVS at all.)
This advice is applicable to Eclipse 3.2, but might work for previous releases too.
Installing the Subclipse plugin
Go to Help -> Software Updates -> Find and Install...
- Go to Search for new features to install
- Install the plugin by selecting the product from the subclipse site.
Checking out the Jython project
- Switch to SVN Repository Exploring perspective
Add a new SVN repository, URL: https://svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/jython
- Select trunk/jython from the repository tree and Checkout the project as usual.