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Free Eclipse - JSP Editor plugin

 
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Can anyone suggest me a free jsp editor plugin for eclipse 3.1?

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MyEclipse. Haven't got it myself yet, but it might help you start your search. MyEclipse on the plug-in page
 
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IBM just made an initial contribution to the Eclipse WebTools project for just this reason. Check out the initial version...

Review/Getting started guide from sys-con:
http://www.sys-con.com/story/?storyid=46054&DE=1

The actual install/setup guide (and download site):
http://www.eclipse.org/webtools/initial-contribution/IBM/Getting%20Started.html
 
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See the Lomboz plugin. It includes a JSP editor.

Haven't tried it for Eclipse 3.0 yet, but it worked fine for 2.1.

Best regards,
Jesper Hertel
 
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Remember to install Eclipse Modeling Framework first. Otherwise Lomboz doesn't work.

[edited to replace <a> with UBB url code tags]
[ September 13, 2004: Message edited by: Jeanne Boyarsky ]
 
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Jesper,
Welcome to Javaranch!

As you may have noticed, HTML doesn't work in some cases (like links.) You can use the UBB code tags instead which are right below the editing window.
 
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