[Seaside] JavaScript editor recommendations?

BlaineB btbuxton at gmail.com
Sat Mar 31 04:58:33 UTC 2007

Someone at work recommended Aptana (http://www.aptana.com/) and I have just
started using it. It's Javascript support is nice. It has a tree view of the
objects inside. I'm still playing with it, but sofar so good. Before that I
used WScite for Javascript and know what you mean by code getting out of

Hope this Helps

Boris Popov-2 wrote:
> I just want something similar to Notepad++ with added formatting
> capabilities and at lest some concept of navigation aside from the usual
> Search feature. Nothing too fancy, but as our codebase grows its
> becoming harder and harder to maintain good control over the file(s).
> Suggestions?
> Thanks!
> -Boris
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