I have few questions about ubuntu editors
- how good is scribes for web development
- Also do netbeans or eclipse or komodo edit have a WYSIWYG plugin or something like dreamweaver
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You have seven questions. It might be better to ask them as several separate superuser questions. You could group the Komodo questions together. You could group the Netbeans questions together.
No idea, but I watched the first tutorial video about zencoding and sparkup in scribes. Since sparkup is available for my favourite editor, vim, I haven't yest seen a compelling case for switching. Scribes looks good.
I don't know, sorry.
Sorry, no idea, Fast enough for what? Activestate say "Komodo Edit is a fast, smart, free and open-source code editor." (my emphasis)
What did you have in mind? More memory and faster processors will speed it up considerably. Not loading lots of addons may help too. Hard to quantify. What sort of netbeans operations do you need to speed up?
It is open source, so yes. I don't know how though.
None that I know of.
Not as far as I know.