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JSP WYSIWYG Editor with Struts support?

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Hi guys,
is there an editor which is out there which allows you to modify JSP pages with WYSIWYG facility and provides Struts tag lib support too?
please no Dream Weaver yep i love that but its ridiculously expensive and i have to recommend a product which is not so expensive and does the job

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You might want to check out Eclipse. I'm using IMB WSAD 5.1(Built on Eclipse) and it has a "decent" editor. It at least gives you a good look at what the page will look like. It resolves all of the struts message tags and such so that you can see the basic look and feel of the page. I'm not sure if Eclipse(which is free) has the same functionality, but it might. You might want to check it out.
BTW, I'm writing this from Macromedias conference in Salt Lake City and I won't pitch any Macromedia products to you. I don't think Dreamweaver does what you want anyway.
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