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  • Egor Abramovich Egor Abramovich posted a comment on ticket #619

    Let me put code example again: def aMultilineString = """ <a href="http://example.com">Example</a> """ println aMultilineString

  • Egor Abramovich Egor Abramovich created ticket #619

    Patch for groovy mode

  • Matthieu Casanova Matthieu Casanova committed [r24865]

    Parallelize highlight overview and disable it for big files

  • Matthieu Casanova Matthieu Casanova committed [r24864]

    New method IntegerArray.isEmpty()

  • Matthieu Casanova Matthieu Casanova committed [r24863]

    Reset Killring only with String collection

  • Matthieu Casanova Matthieu Casanova committed [r24862]

    Killring contains only String

  • Wayne Wayne posted a comment on ticket #3368

    Also, the scrollbar issue only happens when jEdit windows size > 1000 (width and/or height). There is no PC with a screen size that narrower than 1000 px, but if the jEdit window size is not in full screen mode, it may still 'hide' this issue.

  • Wayne Wayne posted a comment on ticket #3368

    Nimbus scrollbar issuen on Java 9.

  • Wayne Wayne posted a comment on ticket #3368

    Hi Dale, I am using Java 8 most of the time, but I have installed Java 9 and 10 as well as I am a Java developer. I tested it with Java 9 and found that this bug isn't been fixed (see the attached image). You may reference Java bug in OpenJDK (https://bugs.openjdk.java.net/browse/JDK-8072677), it still haven't been schedulled to any release. Also, I don't have the button size issue in Nimbus LnF. Button size in any dialog is OK on my PC (since very early relases, for example, 5.1). I have created...

  • Dale Anson Dale Anson posted a comment on ticket #3368

    What java version are you using? As far as I can tell, the bug is fixed in java 9, although looking through the java 9 source code, it looks like the max thumb button size is still set to 1000x1000 [1] rather than 4096x4096 as suggested by the SO article. The button sizes are also looking correct when running jEdit with java 9. I didn't dig super deep into the java 9 source code, so I'm not sure exactly what the fix was, but it does seem to be fixed. My thought is to move your suggested fix into...

  • Dale Anson Dale Anson posted a comment on ticket #3368

    I'll check into this, but I'm also wondering if you happen to have found a fix for the button sizes with Nimbus? The OK/Cancel/Yes/No/Apply/etc buttons in most dialogs are always the wrong size. The scrollbar problem you've mentioned plus the button size problem is the main reason I don't use Nimbus, it's just unattractive compared to Substance, for example, or for that matter, just about any of the look and feels provided by the Look and Feel plugin.

  • Dale Anson Dale Anson modified ticket #3368

    Horizontal Scrollbar Abnormal in Nimbus Look and Feel

  • Wayne Wayne created ticket #618

    Patch for bug ID 3368 - Nimbus Scrollbar Issue

  • Wayne Wayne modified a comment on ticket #3368

    SVN patch for this bug fix

  • Wayne Wayne modified a comment on ticket #3368

    SVN patch of this bug fix

  • Wayne Wayne posted a comment on ticket #3368

    SVN patch of this bug fix

  • Wayne Wayne posted a comment on ticket #3368

    Create the following method in jEdit.java class, and calling this method instead of UIManager.setLookAndFeel in initPLAF() method will fix this issue: /** * Set Look and Feel, fix the Nimbus scrollbar bug by the way */ private static void setLookAndFeel(String sLaf) { try { LookAndFeel laf = (LookAndFeel)Class.forName(sLaf).newInstance(); if("Nimbus".equals(laf.getName())){ // See: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/11493273/scroll-horizontally-in-jtable-with-nimbus-look-and-feel // https://bugs.openjdk.java.net/browse/JDK-8072677...

  • Wayne Wayne modified a comment on ticket #3368

    Based on https://stackoverflow.com/questions/11493273/scroll-horizontally-in-jtable-with-nimbus-look-and-feel https://bugs.openjdk.java.net/browse/JDK-8072677 There is a fix to setup max scrollbar thumb size to 4096.

  • Wayne Wayne posted a comment on ticket #3368

    Based on https://stackoverflow.com/questions/11493273/scroll-horizontally-in-jtable-with-nimbus-look-and-feel https://bugs.openjdk.java.net/browse /JDK-8072677 There is a fix to setup max scrollbar thumb size to 4096.

  • Hrotkó Gábor Hrotkó Gábor posted a comment on ticket #4060

    I could not reproduce with current trunk. Can you please try it with a clean profil?

  • Hrotkó Gábor Hrotkó Gábor created ticket #617

    untitled buffer issue when started with -background

  • Alan Ezust Alan Ezust committed [r24861]

    jEdit 5.6

  • Alan Ezust Alan Ezust created ticket #1904

    SFTP: Unable to browse web.sourceforge.net/home/project-web/jedit/htdocs

  • Thiemo Kellner Thiemo Kellner created ticket #545

    HL7 edit mode

  • Townsfolk Townsfolk modified ticket #1037

    Look and Feel 2.0

  • Townsfolk Townsfolk posted a comment on ticket #1037

    Thank you for your patience, sorry for the delay, this plugin has been released to plugin central.

  • jongriffith jongriffith created ticket #391

    FTP plugin: Show file date_modified

  • Kohei Nozaki Kohei Nozaki created ticket #4068

    NoSuchMethodException in OSXAdapter.java

  • Dale Anson Dale Anson modified ticket #1903

    GitPlugin NPE

  • Dale Anson Dale Anson committed [80ab99]

    Fix for tracker #1903, NPE when PV doesn't have an active project

  • Dale Anson Dale Anson created ticket #1903

    GitPlugin NPE

  • geniosity geniosity posted a comment on ticket #390

    There are 2 things being discussed here it seems: 1- Developing for WordPress WordPress is developed using PHP with a database for storage. So, to develop a WP plugin, for example, you'd just need an IDE that can work with PHP and possibly JS/CSS/HTML. You probably don't need to access the data in the DB directly. If you're developing themes for WordPress, again, you need an IDE that can handle PHP/JS/CSS/HTML 2- Writing/Posting/Blogging to WordPress If you're wanting to create a plugin in jEdit...

  • Alan Ezust Alan Ezust posted a comment on ticket #390

    I don't know enough about wordpress yet to answer your question, Dale. I am not sure what format wordpress content is stored in. If it is simple HTML on a regular file system, then the SFTP plugin + the HTML sidekick might be good enough. If wordpress uses a database to store its content, then we need a way to read/write to that database. If the file format is not HTML or XML, but some other format, I guess we would need an edit mode for that too. If it was XML, we'd need a formal grammar/schema...

  • Dale Anson Dale Anson posted a comment on ticket #390

    I'm not at all up on Wordpress, but I did run across this article: https://premium.wpmudev.org/blog/best-text-editors-wordpress/ It lists a bunch of text editors that work well with Wordpress. jEdit isn't listed, but it has all the capabilities of the ones on the list. What else would you need besides the XML plugin? On Fri, May 4, 2018 at 1:46 PM, James geniosity@gmail.com wrote: Ok, that's strange. I wonder if it's a port thing or something. If you'd like assistance debugging that, and you'd like...

  • geniosity geniosity posted a comment on ticket #390

    As far as I can tell, that list is for developing in WordPress as opposed to posting articles/posts/pages to WordPress which is what I understood your plugin suggestion to mean. And, jEdit should be on there if you feel it compares to those editors as a PHP "IDE". I've used it for WordPress coding in the past many times, but I'm not exactly a full time WP developer. An example of the items that they list for the other editors and matches jEdit perfectly: - It has a simple interface with many features...

  • geniosity geniosity posted a comment on ticket #390

    Ok, that's strange. I wonder if it's a port thing or something. If you'd like assistance debugging that, and you'd like to take it out of the jEdit discussion, feel free to respond directly. I don't pretend to think I know anything you don't, but in case you'd like a second pair of eyes, let me know. On Fri, May 4, 2018 at 9:43 PM Alan Ezust via jEdit-devel jedit-devel@lists.sourceforge.net wrote: I tried to install Jetpack but the instructions do not work on my particular combo of platform, wordpress...

  • Alan Ezust Alan Ezust posted a comment on ticket #390

    I tried to install Jetpack but the instructions do not work on my particular combo of platform, wordpress server, and browser.

  • geniosity geniosity posted a comment on ticket #390

    Do you need to install JetPack? There are quite a few benefits to installing it (I think), mainly for things like using the WP CDN for your images. I also like the way they do the "related posts". But, if you don't want to install it for other reasons, I guess you'll need a jEdit plugin :) On Fri, May 4, 2018 at 8:45 PM Alan Ezust ezust@users.sourceforge.net wrote: I never tried the app before. I just downloaded it and tried it. The wordpress site I want to edit is not hosted on wordpress.com though,...

  • Alan Ezust Alan Ezust posted a comment on ticket #390

    I never tried the app before. I just downloaded it and tried it. The wordpress site I want to edit is not hosted on wordpress.com though, so it seems I must add a plugin to this. So I still don't know what it is like to use yet. On Fri, May 4, 2018 at 11:37 AM, James geniosity@gmail.com wrote: What about using the WordPress.com official app? Not sure about your platform, so maybe you can't use it, but it seems to work pretty well. Of course, that doesn't mean you don't still want a plugin, or you're...

  • geniosity geniosity posted a comment on ticket #390

    What about using the WordPress.com official app? Not sure about your platform, so maybe you can't use it, but it seems to work pretty well. Of course, that doesn't mean you don't still want a plugin, or you're about to announce one and this was a lead in... On Fri, May 4, 2018 at 5:32 PM Alan Ezust via jEdit-devel jedit-devel@lists.sourceforge.net wrote: [plugin-feature-requests:#390] https://sourceforge.net/p/jedit/plugin-feature-requests/390/ WordPress editor plugin* Status: open Group: Created:...

  • Alan Ezust Alan Ezust created ticket #390

    WordPress editor plugin

  • Ronald Ronald posted a comment on ticket #389

    Understood. How about optionally recognizing double-click (maybe better: double-left-click) on the tab to close it?

  • Dale Anson Dale Anson posted a comment on ticket #389

    The problem with this suggestion is BufferSelector actually uses JToggleButtons, not tabs. Tabs support a close icon, buttons do not. It would probably be possible to have a right-click action show a popup to close the buffer (and remove the button), but that sounds like it would not really be any easier than what you're already doing. Another option would be to use the Buffer Switcher macro to close buffers, but again, I'm not sure that would save you any steps. Yet another option would be to use...

  • Alan Ezust Alan Ezust committed [r24860]

    whatsnew for 5.6

  • Dale Anson Dale Anson created ticket #1037

    Look and Feel 2.0

  • Ronald Ronald created ticket #389

    Buffer Selector : Add Buffer Close button

  • John Potelle John Potelle posted a comment on ticket #4067

    If the backup prefix and suffix are both null and a backup path is not null, perhaps isBackup should check only the path of the file being opened...

  • g g posted a comment on ticket #4067

    This is a bug in MiscUtilities:isBackup If properties:backup.suffix is a null string ("") then it will always return true.

  • John Potelle John Potelle posted a comment on ticket #4067

    Backup settings

  • John Potelle John Potelle created ticket #4067

    Erroneous Dialog - Opening Backup File

  • Makarius Makarius posted a comment on ticket #4066

    I am not reading my mail until 12-Apr-2018.

  • Heklaz Heklaz created ticket #4066

    Windows installer 5.5 flagged as dangerous by Symantec

  • Dale Anson Dale Anson committed [r24859]

    Fixed all deprecation warnings produced when compiling with Java 9. Note there are still two deprecated items that are suppressed for Java 8 with comments on how to adjust when jEdit requires Java 9.

  • jEdit released /jedit/5.5.0/jedit-5.5.0-noarch-1sao.tgz

  • jEdit released /jedit/5.5.0/jedit5.5.0install.dmg

  • jEdit released /jedit/5.5.0/jedit5.5.0manual-a4.pdf

  • jEdit released /jedit/5.5.0/jedit5.5.0manual-letter.pdf

  • jEdit released /jedit/5.5.0/jedit5.5.0install.jar

  • jEdit released /jedit/5.5.0/jedit5.5.0source.tar.bz2

  • jEdit released /jedit/5.5.0/jedit5.5.0install.exe

  • jEdit released /jedit/5.5.0/jedit_5.5.0_all.deb

  • jEdit released /jedit/5.5.0/Java based Installer

  • jEdit released /jedit/5.5.0/Source Package

  • jEdit released /jedit/5.5.0/Manual in Letter Paper size

  • jEdit released /jedit/5.5.0/Slackware Installer

  • jEdit released /jedit/5.5.0/Manual in A4 Paper size

  • jEdit released /jedit/5.5.0/Windows Installer

  • jEdit released /jedit/5.5.0/Debian Installer

  • jEdit released /jedit/5.5.0/OS X Installer

  • Björn Kautler Björn Kautler committed [r24857]

    Tagging 5.5.0 for release.

  • Björn Kautler Björn Kautler committed [r24858]

    Update the version number to 5.6pre1

  • Björn Kautler Björn Kautler committed [r24856]

    Deleting erroneous tag

  • Björn Kautler Björn Kautler committed [r24855]

    Set version to 5.5.0 in CHANGES.txt

  • jEdit released /jedit/5.5.0/Manual in Letter Paper size

  • jEdit released /jedit/5.5.0/Java based Installer

  • jEdit released /jedit/5.5.0/Manual in A4 Paper size

  • jEdit released /jedit/5.5.0/OS X Installer

  • jEdit released /jedit/5.5.0/Slackware Installer

  • jEdit released /jedit/5.5.0/Source Package

  • jEdit released /jedit/5.5.0/Debian Installer

  • jEdit released /jedit/5.5.0/Windows Installer

  • Makarius Makarius posted a comment on ticket #4065

    I am not reading my mail until 12-Apr-2018.

  • Ronald Ronald created ticket #4065

    Ruby syntax highlighting broken on string interpolation

  • Björn Kautler Björn Kautler committed [r24854]

    Tagging 5.5.0 for release.

  • Björn Kautler Björn Kautler committed [r24853]

    increase version to 5.5.0

  • Björn Kautler Björn Kautler committed [r24852]

    Fix and cleanup various localization properties

  • Björn Kautler Björn Kautler committed [r24851]

    Make the Display_Shortcuts.bsh macro work properly

  • Björn Kautler Björn Kautler committed [r24850]

    Make the Display_Shortcuts.bsh macro work properly

  • Björn Kautler Björn Kautler committed [r24849]

    Do not manipulate filename when opening a probably backup file but let the user choose what to do as intended

  • Björn Kautler Björn Kautler committed [r24848]

    Fix jEdit backup filename recognition

  • Björn Kautler Björn Kautler committed [r24847]

    Consistently use lowercase status bar indicators for disabled settings

  • Björn Kautler Björn Kautler committed [r24846]

    Do not use translated strings to match log lines within activity.log in Make_Bug_Report.bsh

  • Björn Kautler Björn Kautler committed [r24845]

    Do not use translated strings to match log lines within activity.log in Make_Bug_Report.bsh

  • Alan Ezust Alan Ezust committed [r24844]

    https

  • Alan Ezust Alan Ezust committed [r24843]

    Separated autosave options from backup options in savebackupoptionpane

  • Alan Ezust Alan Ezust committed [r24842]

    Fixed german localization.

  • Alan Ezust Alan Ezust committed [r24841]

    remove unnecessary paragraph. also update URL for docbook.xsd to use https (since it is now being redirected).

  • Ronald Ronald posted a comment on ticket #1899

    And this is the error message.

  • Ronald Ronald posted a comment on ticket #1899

    Here is an other example, where an error is reported for a correct statement.

  • Alan Ezust Alan Ezust committed [r24840]

    FR#506: Option for global autosave directory for existing files (not backup)

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