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From Tom Klaasen <>
Subject Re: nice editor app
Date Wed, 15 May 2002 09:49:07 GMT
I'm using this one for about 9 months, and that says enough, doesn't it?

You also have a lot of plugins, which beautify java code, auto-complete 
of variables, etc etc.

The most important (imho) is the fact that you can do everything (at 
least, everything I do: java progging, xml editing, text editing, ...) 
with 1 editor, so remembering one set of keystrokes is enough (although 
they are a bit queer sometimes, but this is customizable).


Jeremy Quinn wrote:

> Dear All,
> Sorry if this is noise ....
> I just found a new (to me) editor that works very well with XML. It is 
> a general purpose code editor which merely has facilities for XML.
> JEdit <>
> What I like about it:
>     handles entity resolution catalogs
>     validates while typing
>     tag completion
>     folding
>     XML tree view
>     XSLT processor (not working ?)
>     macros in javaish language
>     ftp plugin (no webdav or html upload .... yet?)
> The folding is very nice! It works by using the indentation of your 
> XML to put arrows down the left hand side of the editing pane, 
> allowing you to show/hide parts of your tag hierarchy. This is a 
> feature I have long missed since I stopped using Frontier!
> JEdit has a large number of optional plugins, they are downloaded via 
> the App itself, some of the functionality above requires plugins not 
> included with the dist, so do have a look at what is available.
> Hope this helps
> regards Jeremy
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