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From "Stephen Weiss" <>
Subject RE: Emacs package for JSP?
Date Thu, 01 Jun 2000 19:19:39 GMT
Kind of a repeat of an earlier post but... gvim (or vim for that matter) works well for JSPs
and XML. I'd prefer xemacs myself though.


Stephen A. Weiss       Association of American Medical Colleges

>>> 06/01/00 11:23AM >>>
I have not seen such a major mode yet.  I have, however, been having fairly
good success with an XSL major mode called XSLide.  It seems to work pretty
well with XML as well.

If I knew a bit more about writting major modes (I failed LISP in college
:-( ) I'd try to merge the JDE for Java and the PSGML for XML.  You could
apply the concept to both JSP and XSP.  XSLide works great for XSL.  But I
suppose the concept of XSP logicsheets could also use a merge of the JDE and
XSLide major modes. 

Oh yeh, and here is another one for DTDs: 

I've tried other IDEs, but I always go back to XEmacs.

-Steve Maring

-----Original Message-----
From: Steven Punte [] 
Sent: Thursday, June 01, 2000 12:03 PM
Subject: Emacs package for JSP?

Does anyone know if an emacs package exists
for JSP? 

I'm looking for something than can properly
highlight and indent java and html 
simultaneously in the same file.

    Thanks in advance

STeve Punte
e-Business Software Architect
Technologent Inc 

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