How to configure PyCharm to add a Jython interpreter?

I can't seem to add a Jython interpreter (jython-standalone-2.5.3.jar) -- how can I do this with PyCharm?


Settings -> Project -> Project Interpreter doesn't seem to allow this, and the documentation doesn't mention Jython:

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Four years later? And no one cared? I'm trying to do that on Windows 10, and my jython is installed on Ubuntu 20.04, running in WSL2: \\wsl$\Ubuntu-20.04\usr\bin\jython.

Navigating to the bin directory in "Configure Python interpreter" from Settings doesn't show my jython executable. (I know it's there, and it runs on the WSL Ubuntu).

Any thoughts?


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