These contributions from the user community can make developing with easier and more convenient. If you have additional plugins to editors or IDE’s, please add them to the bottom of the list below.
Veloeclipse is a http://code.google.com/p/veloeclipse/editor, based on Veloedit, which also provides smart editing of XML and HTML files.
Joe Hudson (email@example.com) has created a plug-in for editing templates with the Eclipse IDE. Features include: content assist (Velocity directives, variables, macros, , HTML, java context objects), outline view (HTML & Directive) and syntax highlighting.
aloba ag has integrated a velocity editor into their Eclipse based opensource GeneratorFramework named QiQu. It is based on Torsten Juergeleit’s veloedit, but extends it with a realtime preview and improved code assistance. Refer to the QiQudocumentation for details.
Boxer Text Editor
Dennis Lundberg has contributed a IntelliJSyntaxHighlighting file type configuration for IntelliJ IDEA. It gives you syntax highlighting for .vm files.
Herve Guidetti (Herve.Guidetti@linkvest.com) contributed a ‘word.txt’ addition (with tweaks and comments by Wido Hillmann (firstname.lastname@example.org) for the UltraEdit programmers editor. Find this at UltraEdit.
Brian Leonard (email@example.com) contributed a minor mode that does font-locking (syntax coloring) of VTL in XEmacs and GNU Emacs. As a minor mode, it insinuates itself into whatever major mode you’re using, so you don’t lose the major mode’s goodness. Read more about it in EmacsVtlMode.
Tom Armitage (firstname.lastname@example.org) has produced a bundle for Textmate that provides syntax highlighting and some snippets. It’s in its early stage, so contributions are welcome. You can find it hosted at its Google Code site for now.