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    Marcelo Rocha Guest

    Anyone knows a good and lightweight java soruce editor?



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    Ruchi Dhar Guest

    Re: Anyone knows a good and lightweight java soruce editor?


    All depends on what features you are looking for. If you want a simple editor
    with color highliting and compiling features you can use textpad, vi(windows
    version). Kawa is also light and featured editor. If you go for any GUI
    assembling editor everything is very heavily bundled with lots of things.

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    Marcelo Rocha Guest

    Re: Anyone knows a good and lightweight java soruce editor?

    Thanks Ruchi, But, are them free? Do you know the url where I can download
    them?


    Ruchi Dhar <rdhar@verticalnet.com> wrote in message
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    > All depends on what features you are looking for. If you want a simple

    editor
    > with color highliting and compiling features you can use textpad,

    vi(windows
    > version). Kawa is also light and featured editor. If you go for any GUI
    > assembling editor everything is very heavily bundled with lots of things.
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    Mio Nino Marquez Guest

    Re: Anyone knows a good and lightweight java soruce editor?

    Well, JBuilder exceeds the good criteria but it's definitely not
    lightweight.
    Give it a try! Download the free JBuilder 4 Foundation at
    www.borland.com/jbuilder

    Mio Nino P. Marquez




  5. #5
    Gary Blomquist Guest

    Re: Anyone knows a good and lightweight java soruce editor?


    UltraEdit is a nice lightweight programmers editor. You can download a trial
    version from www.ultraedit.com. The purchase price is US $30.

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  6. #6
    moose Guest

    Re: Anyone knows a good and lightweight java soruce editor?


    Try EditPlus, it's free to download and costs $30 to register. Several developers
    here have been using it and like it.

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    Bijay Guest

    Re: Anyone knows a good and lightweight java soruce editor?


    My favourite is JCreator. This is free and an excellent light weight IDE.
    I am sure, u will simply love this.


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    Jim Piersol Guest

    Re: Anyone knows a good and lightweight java soruce editor?


    By far the best FREE, feature-rich, flexable, Cross-Platform editor is Emacs.
    It feels the same on all platforms. There is an add-on package the Emacs
    called JDE. It makes developing Java in Emacs very rapid. JDE can be found
    at: http://sunsite.auc.dk/jde.

    By Far the best around.


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  9. #9
    Doug Guest

    Re: Anyone knows a good and lightweight java soruce editor?


    I really like Jext. It is a free all Java text editor available at jext.org.
    You can also get full source code.

    Another choice might be JBuilder Foundation available for free from borland.com.

    Lastly, if you can find a copy of PFE somewhere on the web, it's a good text
    editor. It just doesn't have syntax highlighting.

    Doug

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    Ed Singleton Guest

    Re: Anyone knows a good and lightweight java soruce editor?


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    Ed Singleton Guest

    Re: Anyone knows a good and lightweight java soruce editor?


    "Ed Singleton" <esingleton@shelterinsurance.com> wrote:
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    Grok Man Guest

    Re: Anyone knows a good and lightweight java soruce editor?


    And if you are used to vi or vim and need to get up to speed on Emacs, check
    out http://grok2.tripod.com for a quick primer.

    "Jim Piersol" <jrp@strata-group.com> wrote:
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    >By far the best FREE, feature-rich, flexable, Cross-Platform editor is Emacs.
    > It feels the same on all platforms. There is an add-on package the Emacs
    >called JDE. It makes developing Java in Emacs very rapid. JDE can be found
    >at: http://sunsite.auc.dk/jde.
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    >By Far the best around.
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