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Hi, I know this topic hasnt got anything to do with Swing/AWT but , I'm lookin for a Java Editor which is: 1) free 2) does not take up memory like some of the existing ones 3) able to do normal stuff such as syntax highlighting,compiling,running ,macros would be of great help. I have tinkered with Forte,VJ++,JBuilder & these guys are system resources dependent. Also then I tried with WinEdit, TextPad & JCreator is the latest I have used( its pretty good , but still takes some resources with multiple files ). So any ideas? And pls no Java based ones Vinod
Hi Vinrod, I use EditPlus which is free as long as you can live with the register screen that comes up everytime you launch it. It only costs $25 to get it registered and I think it is worth it! Sorry forgot to give you the website: http://www.editplus.com/ Regards, Manfred [ January 22, 2002: Message edited by: Manfred Leonhardt ]
Textpad works great on my machine at work (Win NT 4). At home I actually use Forte on my Linux box, sure it eats up resources, but you can configure it so that it doesn't load every module. If you want the full effects of an ide, you'll have to go to one of these bulky ones. Emacs is also a good choice for both windows and unix-based systems. You can get a whole lot of different plugins for it.
My favorite editors are TextPad and IDEA... I mostly use TextPad because it's easy to use, does syntax highlighting, and runs java programs with a keypress... all I usually need from an editor. IDEA from IntelliJ is really great, it runs fast, provides lots of general IDE functionality like code highlighting and completion, viewing javaDocs based on reference, jumping to the definition of a method or class... heck, it even has built in code refactoring functions! However, it is kind of expensive... at least for someone trying to pay back their college loans like me... Though I am trying to talk the company I work for into buying it for us to use...
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Since someone mentioned Emacs, I am under obligation to mention VIM. It can be run in both Windows and Linux/Unix. You can check out quite a few IDE's at my website where I have compiled a decent list. Java IDE's HTH,
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Thanx a lot guys! I shall try out Edit Plus+ , Manfred & Nate, I shall be trying out IDEA too & let u know asap, the features are cool at the website , especially the method refactoring one. Till that time , I shall be using TextPad Wish it had reusable GUI components that could be dragged from toolbar as in the bulky editors. Vinod