Tomcat's simple WebXml editor

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It is simple form-based editor for Tomcat's web.xml files. It supports tags amp;lt;servletamp;gt;, amp;lt;servlet-nameamp;gt;, amp;lt;display-nameamp;gt;, amp;lt;descriptionamp;gt;, amp;lt;servlet-classamp;gt;, amp;lt;init-paramamp;gt;, amp;lt;servlet-mappingamp;gt;, amp;lt;url-patternamp;gt;. These



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