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Java: Text Editors
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An common alternative to using an Integrated Development Environment (see
IDEs) is to use a text editor, then compile and run the program using Sun's
Java Software Development Kit (SDK). Many programming editors provide
some means of compiling and running Java programs from within the editor.
- Description: A nice editor written in Java. Quite full featured with a
plugin architecture that has inspired a lot of people to write some very
useful plugins. The only real problem I've had is printing.
Comment: My favorite. Perhaps not quite as good yet as some of the for pay
editors, but well on the way. I'm always eager to support open source Java
software. This doesn't require any sacrifices to do so.
License: Free, open source.
- Description: A popular shareware editor. Interfaces to Java. Install
after installing Java and you can compile and run Java programs from
within TextPad. Set the line number option and tabs to 4 spaces (Configure:
Preferences: Document Classes: Java: Tabulation).
License: Nagware. You can use the full editor for free, but you will see
reminders to pay.
- Description: Another popular shareware editor.
License: 45 day free trial. $35
- Description: Does Java, Perl, C++, spell check, ...
License: shareware, $10, trial version
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