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as well as amateras you could try web tools project or aptana. although they will both give you way more than just a jsp editor.

edit 2010/10/26 (comment from simon gibbs):

the web tools project jsp editor is in the "web page editor (optional)" project.

edit 2016/08/16 (extended comment from dan carter):

from kepler (eclipse 4.3.x) on, this is called "jsf tools - web page editor".

eclipse

score:-1

oracle workshop for weblogic is supposed to have a pretty nice jsp editor but i've never used it. you needn't be using weblogic to use it.

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bravo jsp editor (can't comment on how good it is, i haven't tried it) http://marketplace.eclipse.org/content/bravo-jsp-editor

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i'm using webstorm on the deployed files

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myeclipse has a pretty decent one, it costs money however. one of the reasons i went over to netbeans is because of their jsp editor, which is still far from perfect but better then vanilla eclipse.

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you could check out jboss tools plugin.

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"web page editor (optional)" package from the eclipse galileo/helios update site has the following very minor quirks in a jsp editor:

  • auto-commenting in java code fragments does not work (ctrl /); [fixed in helios sr2]
  • [present in galileo, fixed in eclipse helios sr1] if a java code fragment has errors that are already fixed, the editor does not remove the error marks until you modify the erroneous place or close/reopen the file being edited;

this was valid at dec 7, 2010.

score:74

i followed the advice of simon gibbs in this answer and found it worked out fine - if you're in a hurry, the "web page editor (optional)" package from the eclipse update site does the trick.

for the eclipse-challenged (me) help > install new software > work with > expand web, xml, and java ee development > select "web page editor (optional)" and "next-through" to completion.


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