Thank you for creating JSwat. I've been using it for at least eight years. Its beauty lies in the fact that it is just a debugger and not part of an entire IDE. I do all development with vi, Ant and JSwat. Thanks again.
Handling your documents with care, wherever you are.
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As for other IDEs, I believe both NetBeans and Eclipse are quite
lightweight in terms of project management. Both have support for
Maven projects (after installation of the requisite plugins) which
gives you instant build/debug ability without setting up any paths.
And NetBeans has phenomenal support for Ant-based projects, also with
very little setup.
I'm disappointed to hear I'm going to have to learn a new development
environment - jedit, ant and jswat have been my cornerstone for "too
many" years LOL.
From your comments, I'll have to look into Netbeans.