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I'm looking for a good editor for windows with built-in WebDAV support. I'm aware of Netdrive, Webdrive and Windows' built-in WebDAV client, but these don't work as well, because they need to emulate a true filesystem.

Has anyone came across this? I'm used to Coda on OS/X, so I'm hoping for something similar.

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Similar discussion on stackoverflow. However, I don't think they came up with an answer you are looking for.

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Yea you're right.. I wanted to try my luck here =) – Evert Aug 22 '09 at 13:48

jEdit had (has?) a WebDAV plugin, but it's site has become a spamsite ( and the current state is unknown to me.

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