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jEdit questions on OS X Tiger

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I installed jEdit version 4.2 final on my OS X 10.4 (Tiger) PowerBook.

I made the appropriate aliases (for access from my Desktop) and now I have several questions:

1. How can I run jedit from the command prompt?

I have jEdit installed in:

/Developer/JavaTools/jEdit 4.2

2. I downloaded the jEdit icon pack into my jEdit directory, how do I change the icon on my Desktop?

3. How can I run build.xml (Ant) from jEdit.

4. What is the *BEST* text editor for OS X? I use gvim, jEdit, and Eclipse, although I heard a lot of good things regarding BBeDit... What does everyone else use?

With thanks! This editor rocks!

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1. Use the open command just like with any other GUI app.

2. Search for how to change Desktop icons. You do it from the 'get info' window (command-I). This link might be helpful.

3. That's a jEdit-specific question that I cannot answer.

4. "Best" cannot be defined by anyone but you. What's best for me could be trash for you. Personally, I use BBEdit for text and HTML editing.
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