Amateras HTML and XML editor

Edit HTML, JSP, XML and CSS files.

Download Amateras HTML and XML editor 2.0.4 for EasyEclipse 1.2.2:

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Amateras HTML is a great help to work with web files when you don't want to install "heavy duty" plugins such as Eclipse Web Tools. It provides basic highlighting and completions for HTML, CSS, as well as a basic XML.

There are currently 12 comments for this plugin. You can review them and add more here.

Installing this plugin

This plugin is in the EasyEclipse Server Java, EasyEclipse for LAMP and EasyEclipse for PHP distributions.

If you install this plugin on another EasyEclipse distribution, the dependent plugin Eclipse Java Development Tools must be present in the EasyEclipse distribution, or must be installed separately.

This plugin can only run with Java 5. This excludes running on MacOS 10.3.

Getting started

Useful links

Changelog

Changes in EasyEclipse 1.2.2:

Changes in EasyEclipse 1.2.1: Changes in EasyEclipse 1.2.0: Changes in EasyEclipse 1.0.0:

Credits and License

Credits: Naoki Takezoe

Copyright (c) 2003-2006, Naoki Takezoe.

This plugin is licensed under the Common Public License 1.0 license.

        
    

12 Comments »

Comment by ahamedck
2006-12-01 08:54:54

I have down loaded the HTML Editor but how to install? Kindly post a link how to install……….
Please……

Comment by Francois
2006-12-01 11:51:59

Please see the
Installation Guide for EasyEclipse Plugins
in the Help section of the website…

Comment by ahamedck
2006-12-03 22:20:04

Hi Francois,
I have gone through the installation guide for easyeclipse plugins in the Help section of the website..
and i have tried the option for installing other plugins. But for the particular plugin ie HTMLEditor is not responding to the mode mentioned therein. Kindly look into the matter and please report back

Rasheed CK

Comment by admin
2006-12-05 17:25:28

I just did a clean install and it installed OK. I am on MacOS. What platform are you on ?
However, for some reason it hadn’t work at first, when I had an installation with plenty of plugins — is it your case ?

 
 
 
 
Comment by matt
2006-12-14 09:47:00

Warning with Amateras: if you’re behind a proxy, Amateras will lock up Eclipse every time you try to open an XML file with a schema or DTD attached, unless you set your proxy information in the preferences->Internet->Proxy pane. I assume it’s trying to go out and find the schemas/DTDs for validation, but it doesn’t play nice if it fails to get through a proxy. It will hang Eclipse.

 
Comment by luke
2007-03-01 18:39:58

Is it possible to update this plugin to the newest 2.0.4 release which fixed JSP editor bugs involving tag libraries? I love EasyEclipse, but am having trouble installing the 2.0.4 plugin manually using their zip file. Thanks.

Comment by Philippe
2007-06-25 10:13:17

Done :-)

 
 
Comment by Antonio
2007-08-24 09:32:00

But in Amateras jsp editor, jsp code assist does not work? better, inside tag script the code assist works?

Comment by Valeriu Palos
2007-10-04 03:18:59

Exactly, it shows an unmet dependency (in package management) for “system.bundle”. Any help here would be appreciated…

 
 
Comment by Rémy
2009-02-21 03:40:55

How do I turn off warnings?

 
Comment by Frank Pipolo
2010-01-17 06:00:41

I think eclipse 6 is really a great step up

 
Comment by Ven
2010-09-03 07:06:30

Amateras is a nice editor - it does autocompletion of schemas by associating them with a file on your system. The only downside is that it does not dynamically get updates to the schema. You have to download the xsd file to your machine.
If you have a tag defined:
xsi:schemaLocation=”http://some/namespace https://internal.someurl.com/filename.xsd
Then go to window->preferences->amateras->dtd/xml schema, and associate that ur (for example, https://internal.someurl.com/filename.xsd) with the actual location on your filesystem.
In the future, to get the xsd file dynamically may require some authentication. That would truly make Amateras better than even xml editors you pay for, like Oxygen.

 
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