Paul Robinson wrote:
> > this list has noted textmate undo leaves something to be desired, and
> > komodo debugging rails has issues, if you "Search this Group" .  Have
> > you looked at Jedit also?
>
> You know, I've never heard of a Jedit-"fan". Are there any here? I've
> never dabbled with it much because it's Java and I still think of
> Java as being slow and cludgy. Is it worth a play?

While I wouldn't call myself a Jedit "fan", I would call myself a
satisfied user. It is a little clunky, but on a machine with decent
memory you can mitigate that. (Also dropping the theming down to Java's
somewhat ugly Metal scheme seems to make things much zippier.) The nice
thing about Jedit is that it has a ton of modules, so most of the
features you can think of, it has. They're usually not perfect, but
they're better than nothing. But then, I really do need: an integrated
FTP file browser, XML auto-completion, Ruby syntax highlighting, etc.,
etc., etc. I'm also somebody who's never really needed the full
extensibility of Emacs, so it's wasted on me. YMMV.

f.