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Looking for simple little java visual debugger/editor ide

 
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Hello all
im looking for small simple ide that will contain java editor and debugger
something like editplus but with visual debugger , is there something like that ?
 
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Eclipse does all that and even more. Get it from http://www.eclipse.org/downloads
 
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As a standalone debugger (no editor or IDE) JSwat is great.
 
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im looking for 3-5 mega application , something fast
im using eclipse but its very big application .
i need it to edit debug on clients sites , im not going to download eclipse
for that .
i found : syncjedit . but the debugger does not work with jdk 1.5
 
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> im not going to download eclipse for that .

Put your existing copy on your memory stick,
take it along when you go to the customer,
and run it from there.

Regards, Jan
 
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so i understand there is no such thing
 
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