Jake MacMullin has updated JJEdit, his light-weight IDE (Integrated Development Environment) for Java programming, to work with the latest version of Java for Mac OS X. JJEdit 1.1 adds support for the new classes introduced in Java 1.4.1, which was released by Apple earlier this week. Features such as auto-completion, syntax coloring and the novel integrated API search now support the new Java classes. In addition to the support for Java 1.4.1, this update improves support for mobile developers by allowing users to tell JJEdit to use a local copy of the Java documentation for the integrated search rather than having to be connected to the Internet. JJEdit sells for US$5.