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Any good JSP formatting tools?

 
Alok Pota
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Other than full blown IDEs, are there any good tools out there to format JSP
based on some formatting rule set?.
Eclipse plugins would be great!.
 
Kishore Dandu
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have you tried myeclipseide. I haven't used them yet, but I heard that they are dependable.
 
Ronak Patel
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Hi try eclipse plugin for JSP but it doesn't feel good me.
Beter u use other editor for JSP(Like dreamweaver).
cheers.
 
Gert Cuppens
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You should take a look at GEL.
It's donwloadable at http://www.gexperts.com/gel.html.
 
Baruch Sadogursky
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I use Macromedia Homesite. A pleasure!
 
Jeroen Wenting
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what's wrong with good oldfashioned handcrafting code?
I've been looking at a plugin to Eclipse that gives me code completion for custom tags (and HTML) along the lines of what TopStyle Pro gives for standard HTML and CSS, but haven't found one yet that I like.
So it's typing and hoping
 
Wayne Parrott
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See MyEclipse Enterprise Workbench (www.myeclipseide.com), a low cost full featured JSP development and debugging environment ($30). It provides jsp and custom tag completion, validation, syntax coloring, preview, native debugging for JSR045 servers, Struts code generation wizards, and lots of other development tools for EJB and EAR development and deployment.
The next MyEclipse release will include a WYSIWYG designer for HTML, JSP-Struts ui tags and JSF. We'll post info on the site in the next week or so with screenshots; betas planned for early May.
Wayne
MyEclipse Lead Developer
 
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