Eclipse resources

I've started using Eclipse. I wanted to see if it's better than just using UltraEdit and a command line cvs tool. Here are some resources for Eclipse users.

JSEditor Eclipse Plug-In
JSEditor is a plug-in for the Eclipse IDE that provides basic JavaScript editing functions such as syntax hi-lighting and content outlining.

WDTE - Web Development Tools for Eclipse
WDTE is a collaborative effort to merge some of the separate open-source projects developing Eclipse plugins related to web development into a single project.

CSS Editor for Eclipse
This project aims to contribute sophisticated CSS authoring functionality to the Eclipse Platform. It implements an editor that provides enhanced support for editing CSS source files

Otherwise I could start looking at Syn Text Editor which looks really nice.

Let me know if you got some cool Eclipse plugins or links.

I'm still trying to add Eclipse support to Launchy but I dont think that Eclipse supports opening documents from the command line.

May 11, 2004 12:01 AM | Posted in Interesting


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There's a webtools project in the works by IBM -- or if I understand it correctly it's mostly done. It "just" needs to be published. See their proposal at

Opening from the command line unfortunatly runs against their "workspace" concept. See also the corresponding bug:

Comment by Robin Rattay at May 11, 2004 12:52 AM | Permalink

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