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javascript compiler ? editor?

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hello,

does there exist a javascript editor that auto fills in the stuff you want
to type ? debug mode that can step trace bugs ?

i'm used of working with eclipse, but that's like shooting woth a canon on
birds, is there something out there ?
i would like to debug & would like to have auto-completion ...
thanks !!!
Jul 20 '05 #1
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Raoul Duke wrote:
does there exist a javascript editor that auto fills in the stuff you want
to type ? debug mode that can step trace bugs ?
Why don't you search http://jibbering.com/faq/ and this
group with Google Groups for `debugger' before posting?
i'm used of working with eclipse, but that's like shooting woth a canon on
birds,


At least the PHPeclipse plugin[1] can provide the "auto fill"
feature since it has configurable code templates now. It
would be nice if the JSEditor plugin[1] would allow that, too.
PointedEars
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[1] http://phpeclipse.sf.net/
[2] http://jseditor.sf.net/
Jul 20 '05 #2

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I think there is one for Java 2 and VB .Net but not JavaScript. JavaScript
is normally written in notepad or an HTML text editor. You may designate
alert functions for the onError event however. JavaScript is similar to
Perl in that it doesn't give automatic error notifications, just won't run.

A word of unwanted advice though, if you want to program you should be
prepared to do some work. Also if you don't understand the creative logic
behind the code you're creating, then what good is it? Okay, off my soapbox
now.

-Charlene
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hello,

does there exist a javascript editor that auto fills in the stuff you want
to type ? debug mode that can step trace bugs ?

i'm used of working with eclipse, but that's like shooting woth a canon on
birds, is there something out there ?
i would like to debug & would like to have auto-completion ...
thanks !!!

Jul 20 '05 #3

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