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I am looking for an edition of SCiTE for Microsoft Windows XP along with its supporting JAVA SDK. I searched in Google with different terms but I didn't get any proper results or download link for it.

Please some one point me to the exact download site for SCiTE and JAVA JDK, both of which should work in Microsoft Windows XP operating system.

If possible please write the steps to install it in my computer — I heard about environment variable settings but I don't know how that works.

  • Why Scite should support JDK?? Install any code editor. E.g. SynWrite or PSPad. Then use JDK in this editor. – RProgram Oct 7 '14 at 1:08
  • Someone need to learn JAVA with SCITE only. That's the reason I'm looking for SCITE supported JDK. – Hemang Oct 7 '14 at 4:41
  • But other eds can support Java too: in Synwrite create "user-tool" with link to Javac.exe and u can compile Java app from inside editor. – RProgram Oct 7 '14 at 12:11
  • Yes, it's for WinXP. – RProgram Oct 7 '14 at 14:51
  • @RProgram Could you make this into an answer? – Angelo Fuchs Oct 8 '14 at 9:13
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Why Scite should support JDK?? Install other editor. E.g. SynWrite or CudaText. Then use JDK in this editor.

Editors can support Java too: in SynWrite create "user-tool" with link to Javac.exe and you can compile Java app from inside editor, running this tool.

Preset in SynWrite exists:

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Geany is a lightweight cross-platform GUI based text editor that uses Scintilla. It supports java syntax, and it can be configured to compile and build java projects. Here you can find the detailed manual with instructions on how to install and configure it.

Download link for Geany
Download link for JDK

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