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light-weight web-based javascript editor recommendation

 
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Just wanted to know if anyone has any recommendations on using a web based javascript editor. There are many out there both free and non-free. I'm looking for something free and light-weight. The in-house web app I'm developing has a tab which brings up a javaDoc view of our Ant tasks and if you click them you get a javadoc-like page giving a description on the left hand side .... Just like the java api's. Anyway ... I want a little "click to edit" button which will bring up a light-weight editor to edit/get a closer look at the ant files themselves. Nothing too fancy just something to view and possibly edit the files. Any recommendations?
 
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