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Java bean for a source code editor (For Personal Java 1.2)

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 I am trying to build a source code editor for a Personal Java platform.  I am looking for a class to use for the main editor which would probably support things like autoident and coloring, etc.

  It would have to be compatible with Personal Java 1.2, that means  AWT only.  Any ideas?
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  I came accross the Zaval Light-Weight Visual Component Library.  It has a TextComponent and a text renderer which should do what I need.

  here is a link to the website.

http://lwvcl.com/index.php
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