The fun never stops! A couple more enhancements have been added to JavaLanguageSupport in the past few days. Both of these are actually possible thanks to enhancements to the AutoComplete library, so you’ll need to update that too, but currently the Java code completion is the only thing that takes advantage of them.
First off, Java completion choices are now sorted by relevance, instead of alphabetically:
Note how the local variables and members are displayed before methods, which are both displayed before class names. Previously everything was sorted purely alphabetically, putting the things you’re most likely to type (variables, fields and methods) in the middle of a huge amount of classes you’re less likely to want.
The next enhancement is completion suggestions for method parameters. Now, not only do you get the nifty Eclipse-like parameter tool tip, parameter highlighting, and tab-to-move-between-params, you’ll also get a small popup listing all local variables, members, and getters whose types match (or are subtypes of) the type required for the currently-focused parameter!
Although in the example above there are only a small number of suggestions, note that again, the completions are sorted by relevance. Also note that you’ll get “null” as a standard suggestion for non-primitive types, and “0″ as a standard suggestion for numeric primitive types.