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Suggestion for Open Source Portlet Development Tools?

 
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I always use the WebSphere Portal development tools to create portlets, but I want to test some other tools. Are there any open source, or freely available, portlet development tools for JSR-168 portlet development?

Eclipse plugins are preferred, but I'm open for anything.

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-Cameron McKenzie
 
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Jetspeed or Liferay or EXo
 
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Now I've done a little deployment with JetSpeed 2, but I didn't see any development tools associated with it. What do you suggest?

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-Cameron McKenzie
 
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http://portals.apache.org/jetspeed-2/getting-started-binary.html
 
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http://portals.apache.org/jetspeed-2/getting-started-binary.html
 
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