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Figure 9.14
The Osmorc IDE being used to develop the fancyfoods application
Osmorc provides syntax highlighting and autocompletion for manifest files, but no
forms-based editor. In principle, it will automatically work out required bundles and add
them to the dependencies of a project, although at the time of writing, it's not clear if
this feature works properly. Figure 9.15 shows Osmorc's manifest editor in action.
Figure 9.15 Osmorc's manifest editor has fewer features than Eclipse's, but it does provide
syntax highlighting, error-detection, and autocompletion.
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