jVi is a vi/vim editor clone built on top of the javax.swing.text package. Available for NetBeans and JBuilder. jVi is designed to quickly and easily integrate into many disparate java based desktop apps, from IDE's to mail-news readers.

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  • A great thank you for this very useful piece of software. I use JavaVi in Eclipse and Netbeans since years. It's quite simple: An Editor without vim mode is inefficient and therefore unusable, at least in my opinion. I hope, JavaVi never will breake with newer Versions of the mentioned IDEs.

  • It'd be helpful for Netbeans bozos like me to put a note at url:plugins.netbeans.org/plugin/2802/jvi-vi-vim-editor-clone that the provided version doesn't work (at least not with NB8.0.2). Downloading the zip from SF and installing all npm-s does the trick. Big thanks for providing the Vim plugin!

  • Absolutely the best!

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Intended Audience

Developers, End Users/Desktop

Programming Language

Java

Registered

2000-03-15