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WIDE is an attempt at recreating desktop IDE usability on the web, for the deloper on the move. Planned features include, but are not limited to: - Support for Java, ASP.NET and PHP apps. Ruby and Python support is also planned. - Syntax Highlighting editor for all languages, featuring code ... [More]
An auto text completion tool similar to those found in Netbeans, Eclipse or Visual Studio (not as complex). The list of possible words will be loaded from xml dictionaries (XDXF format).
I am tired of JDE's code browsing features. With the addition of generics starting in JDK 1.5 certain JDE features stopped working and noone seems to be actively engaged with the project. jde-usages is not much help either. JDE completion is very slow. It takes tens of seconds to give me a list ... [More]
PySmell is a python IDE completion helper. It tries to statically analyze Python source code, without executing it, and generates information about a project's structure that IDE tools can use. There is currently support for Vim, Emacs and TextMate. Feel free to contribute your own favourite ... [More]
Snipp Doggy Dogg or Snipp Dogg, if you're into brevity, is a snippet editor for use with Visual Studio 2005/2008 snippets. This tool allows you to create fully functional and robust snippets to streamline the development process and make code resuse a snap.
Intellisense Documentation for MooTools 1.2 for use in Visual Studio 2008 SP1.Version 1.0 of Intellisense for MooTools. Needs SP1 and a hotfix to work - see wiki page Prerequisites. See Wiki 'Usage' page for more instructions on how to use this documentation. Feedback much appreciated. Moooooooo
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