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Decent FREE JSF editor for Eclipse?

Philippe Desrosiers
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Can anyone recommend a free JSF IDE plugin for Eclipse? Eclipse.org is, as usual, an unnavigable abortion, so if such a plugin exists, it's impossible to find. What's everyone using?
Philippe Desrosiers
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BTW, anyone have an idea of how I can get email notifications when there's a reply to my posts? I know UBB is the retarded, red-headed stepchild of the forums software world, but this seems like a basic feature that should be there....
Mark Spritzler
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Originally posted by Philippe Desrosiers:
BTW, anyone have an idea of how I can get email notifications when there's a reply to my posts? I know UBB is the retarded, red-headed stepchild of the forums software world, but this seems like a basic feature that should be there....


Sorry not here. you can search the JavaRanch forum below for discussions on this topic and why it is not a possible feature to add.

For free IDE, Excadel's IDE is no opensource and free at www.jboss.org. I also have NetBeans which has a JSF plugin, but that isn't Eclipse, but it is free too.

Thanks

Mark


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Gabriel Claramunt
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I haven't found a decent "free" JSF editor plug-in for eclipse either.
I started using JDeveloper from Oracle, nice tool for JSF.
But at the end, I discarded all the "visual" stuff and started creating / modifying the JSF pages in text mode because it was faster, and for that eclipse is as good as any other editor


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Philippe Desrosiers
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sweet! Thanks guys.
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
 
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