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Good JSP Editor

 
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Hi,
Is there an HTML/JSP editor out there that will do simple color coding of different JSP elements like an IDE will do for "pure" java code?
Right now I'm just using an HTML editor that marks all the JSP code one color from the <% to the %>.
Anyone? Anyone?
Thanks!
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You can use Homesite 4.5 from www.allaire.com.
Good JSP editor
 
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SUN's IDE Forte is good tool for Jsp.
 
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I would have to say forte too, its just slow if you have a 200 mhz machine. Since I optimized my machine with nortan system works it works great.
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JBuilder 4 is my favourite, but you may need the Pro version.
A free editor is provided by SilverStream on http://devcenter.silverstream.com . It is basic, but functional. You can turn syntax highlighting on and off for both HTML and Java code independently (which may come in handy at times). It is designed to integrate with their appserver, but can be used standalone as well.
 
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still using JBuilder 3, JUnit and Notepad
 
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