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Are there any decent JSP editors?

By Bert33 ·
Hello,

Recently I've been working on a few jsps and have become painfully aware of how badly my usual text editor (ultraedit32 v6.1) is at handling them. All I'm looking for is something that will recognize the difference between java code, html (<%-type tags) and comments.

Thanks for your help!

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by halleyc In reply to Are there any decent JSP ...

try this two

1.JRun Studio from Allaire
http://www.coldfusion.com/developer/jrunreferencedesk/

2.Dreamweaver Ultradev from macromedia
http://www.macromedia.com/software/ultradev/

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by cal In reply to Are there any decent JSP ...

Homesite from Allaire. (http://www.Allaire.com) it's the basis for ColdFusion Studio and I'm sure JRun Studio. $98US and worth it.

JBuilder 3.5 (www.inprise.com) It's overkill for JSP but it's an excellent editor.

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