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looking for small jsp/java debugger and editor ide

 
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Hello all
im using eclipse for some time , but sometimes I need to work on other places and other computers
and to download every time 100m+ application is nt so easy , I wander is there any small debugger ide for java/jsp ?
 
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you may take a look at jedit at jedit.org
 
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as i can see from the web site it is only editor not debuger ...
 
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Hi
you are right it has not a debugger itself but , it is extensible by plugins you know.
take a look at :
http://www.jedit.org/index.php?page=features

you can find plugins that gives you the debugger interface.
 
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Eclipse - an IDE for everything and nothing in particular

www.eclipse.org
 
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Originally posted by Meir Yan:
to download every time 100m+ application is nt so easy



So buy a thumb drive and install Eclipse on there, then bring it with you. You can easily find a 2GB drive for under $50 US.
 
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Originally posted by Ernest Friedman-Hill:


So buy a thumb drive and install Eclipse on there, then bring it with you. You can easily find a 2GB drive for under $50 US.



hmm, cheapest 1GB drive I could find here was �75 last month...
 
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