lauhub | 7 Feb 12:55 2016
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[jedit:plugin-bugs] #1837 ProjectViewer + SFTP: Does not work with addresses that use .ssh/config entries.

I set the backup directory this morning. Same error just occured once again.

I did the following just before the error:
1. save the file
2. edit the file
3. save again before previous save task has finished.

But trying to reproduce the previous procedure does not lead to the error.

So the thread is left in inconsistent state because of something else.

Each time I try to save again, I have the error shown in the attached image, but nothing in task monitor. And still impossible to modify the text of the file.

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[plugin-bugs:#1837] ProjectViewer + SFTP: Does not work with addresses that use .ssh/config entries.

Status: closed-works-for-me
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Labels: FTP ssh ProjectViewer
Created: Thu Jan 21, 2016 06:24 PM UTC by lauhub
Last Updated: Sat Feb 06, 2016 09:10 PM UTC
Owner: Alan Ezust
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I experience many problems since I use FTP plugin 1.3.1

Exception occurs while saving file to remote server and then file cannot be saved to server.

I open file from ProjectViewer, with project base path like: sftp://myremoteserver/my/dir/

The edited file has its address like: sftp:// <at> myremoteserver/my/dir/file.ext

I experienced these exceptions really often: impossible to edit a file with jEdit on a remote server, each time I restart jEdit, only one save is possible. Other attempts to save lead to exception.

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Alan Ezust | 6 Feb 22:10 2016
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[jedit:plugin-bugs] #1837 ProjectViewer + SFTP: Does not work with addresses that use .ssh/config entries.

Try specifying a backup directory and see if the problem goes away.

[plugin-bugs:#1837] ProjectViewer + SFTP: Does not work with addresses that use .ssh/config entries.

Status: closed-works-for-me
Group:
Labels: FTP ssh ProjectViewer
Created: Thu Jan 21, 2016 06:24 PM UTC by lauhub
Last Updated: Sat Feb 06, 2016 07:08 PM UTC
Owner: Alan Ezust
Attachments:

I experience many problems since I use FTP plugin 1.3.1

Exception occurs while saving file to remote server and then file cannot be saved to server.

I open file from ProjectViewer, with project base path like: sftp://myremoteserver/my/dir/

The edited file has its address like: sftp:// <at> myremoteserver/my/dir/file.ext

I experienced these exceptions really often: impossible to edit a file with jEdit on a remote server, each time I restart jEdit, only one save is possible. Other attempts to save lead to exception.

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lauhub | 6 Feb 20:08 2016
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[jedit:plugin-bugs] #1837 ProjectViewer + SFTP: Does not work with addresses that use .ssh/config entries.

Hi again,
Sorry, but the bug seems to re-appear, although the two plugins (Make and Git Plugin) are still disabled.

I think it is due to my network quality: sometimes I experience short disconnections. I think they cause the problem I have: impossible to save the file anymore. Closing the file and re-opening it allows to save it again (without closing JEdit)

It looks like there is a disconnection, but on another server (for another file I am editing):

16:57:01 [AWT-EventQueue-0] [message] SftpLogger: Disconnecting from anotherserver port 2222 16:57:01 [Connect thread nas.local session] [message] SftpLogger: Caught an exception, leaving main loop due to Socket closed

I checked my Saving and backup options since I also found this warning:

16:55:20 [jEdit Worker #2] [warning] VFS: Backup of remote file sftp://myremoteserver:22/my/dir/file.e xt failed, because there is no backup directory.

I had enabled in Global Options > jEdit > Saving & Backup:
Two-stage save
Backup on every save
* Backup directory is left empty

But I think the problem comes from the fact I open files on TWO different servers. In the log I attach, I experience a "Disconnecting from nas.local port 64001" (line 7957) which causes a lot of exceptions. And just after that, I cannot save the currently edited file anymore on my other server.

I suspect these exception to let the program in a state that do not allow to save file.

I also notice that there is that ' <at> ' character just after the "sftp://" that sometimes appear.

So I understand that you cannot reproduce this, but I am still annoyed by this.

Attachments:

[plugin-bugs:#1837] ProjectViewer + SFTP: Does not work with addresses that use .ssh/config entries.

Status: closed-works-for-me
Group:
Labels: FTP ssh ProjectViewer
Created: Thu Jan 21, 2016 06:24 PM UTC by lauhub
Last Updated: Fri Jan 29, 2016 04:33 PM UTC
Owner: Alan Ezust
Attachments:

I experience many problems since I use FTP plugin 1.3.1

Exception occurs while saving file to remote server and then file cannot be saved to server.

I open file from ProjectViewer, with project base path like: sftp://myremoteserver/my/dir/

The edited file has its address like: sftp:// <at> myremoteserver/my/dir/file.ext

I experienced these exceptions really often: impossible to edit a file with jEdit on a remote server, each time I restart jEdit, only one save is possible. Other attempts to save lead to exception.

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Mahesh De Silva | 6 Feb 16:28 2016
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Architecture of JEdit

Is there a document capturing architecture of JEdit
To evaluate an architecture conformance checking tool, we require the as-intended architecture of JEdit (the original architecture conceived for JEdit, i.e.not a reverse engineered one)
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Ben Golding | 5 Feb 16:13 2016
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[jedit:plugin-bugs] #1839 PHPParser: parameter never used, in multi-line string

[plugin-bugs:#1839] PHPParser: parameter never used, in multi-line string

Status: open
Group:
Labels: phpparser
Created: Fri Feb 05, 2016 03:13 PM UTC by Ben Golding
Last Updated: Fri Feb 05, 2016 03:13 PM UTC
Owner: nobody

To reproduce: load the attached file

In Error List, I see:

UNUSED_PARAMETER.php
3:warning, the parameter a seems to be never used in your method

Similar to #1281

Enabled plugins: Common Controls 1.7.4, Console 5.1.5, ErrorList 2.3, FTP 1.3, Hyperlinks 1.1.0, PHPParserPlugin 2.0.5, SideKick 1.8
jEdit 5.3.0 (stable)
Windows 7 x86_64
Oracle JRE 1.8.0_71 (x86_64) + JCE unlimited strength policies

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Eric Le Lay | 30 Jan 15:34 2016
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[jedit:plugin-feature-requests] #183 XML Plugin : accessibility from java mode

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I don't intend to work on this.

[plugin-feature-requests:#183] XML Plugin : accessibility from java mode

Status: open
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Created: Thu Jan 28, 2010 08:41 PM UTC by michael michaud
Last Updated: Sat Jan 30, 2010 08:47 AM UTC
Owner: nobody

Would it be possible to get access to "Characters to Entities" command while editing javadoc in a java file ?
I usually use entities like &eacute;, which are OK with javadoc and a bit more readable than numric entities, but I think both can do the trick.

Thanks for any help

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Eric Le Lay | 30 Jan 15:33 2016
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[jedit:plugin-bugs] #1238 jre issue with xslt plugin

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[plugin-bugs:#1238] jre issue with xslt plugin

Status: closed-out-of-date
Group:
Created: Mon Oct 26, 2009 02:01 PM UTC by Gordon Ney
Last Updated: Wed Feb 24, 2010 01:22 PM UTC
Owner: Eric Le Lay

I am transforming a large 4.4 DocBook file into an XSL-Fo file. I use an extensive customization layer and DocBook xsl stylesheets 1.69.1. To perform the transformation, I am using jEdit 4.2 final with the xml (0.14) and xslt processor (0.6.0) plugins. I start jEdit in a jre with parameters -Xms512M -Xmx1024M.

My problem stems from the following: when I perform the transformation using jre1.5.0_20, it works well; however when using jre6, it fails and the jEdit activity log has the following set of error messages that are repeated many times.

[error] AWT-EventQueue-0: at
org.apache.xalan.templates.ElemApplyTemplates.transformSelectedNodes(Ele
mApplyTemplates.java:425)
[error] AWT-EventQueue-0: at
org.apache.xalan.templates.ElemApplyTemplates.execute(ElemApplyTemplates
.java:215)
[error] AWT-EventQueue-0: at
org.apache.xalan.transformer.TransformerImpl.executeChildTemplates(Trans
formerImpl.java:2318)
[error] AWT-EventQueue-0: at
org.apache.xalan.templates.ElemIf.execute(ElemIf.java:203)

I experience the same behavior at home with my own personal computer. I also experience the same behavior when I upgraded jEdit and its plugins to the latest versions.

My problem is that my work computer's operating system must be changed from XP to Vista and only the jre6 java environment will be supported, thus taking away my ability to perform this transformation. Is there a way to make this transformation work?

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Eric Le Lay | 30 Jan 15:32 2016
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[jedit:plugin-bugs] #1219 XML: tag completion shouldn't occur inside tags

  • status: pending-fixed --> closed-fixed

[plugin-bugs:#1219] XML: tag completion shouldn't occur inside tags

Status: closed-fixed
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Created: Tue Sep 15, 2009 12:26 PM UTC by Denis Dzenskevich
Last Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 05:11 AM UTC
Owner: Eric Le Lay

XML plugin provides tag completion when pressing "<" (it suggests opening and closing tags) and ">" (it inserts closing tag if configured). But these shortcuts works also inside tags names (maybe acceptable for ">" but not for "<") and inside attributes (names and values).

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Eric Le Lay | 30 Jan 15:31 2016
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[jedit:bugs] #3858 Russian Locale breaks PM install of XML plugin: Non-ASCII character in folder name: "test_data/umlaut"

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closing now

[bugs:#3858] Russian Locale breaks PM install of XML plugin: Non-ASCII character in folder name: "test_data/umlaut"

Status: closed-works-for-me
Group: minor bug
Labels: XML Plugin Plugin Manager
Created: Sun Apr 13, 2014 09:34 AM UTC by Egor Abramovich
Last Updated: Sun Sep 06, 2015 12:55 PM UTC
Owner: Eric Le Lay

Hi,

I have installed jEdit 5.0 from Ubuntu distribution. My locale is Russian.
When installing XML plugin with Plugin Manager I get FileNotFound exception in activity log and plugin is not installed. It happens because I'm installing plugin with source and unpacker in Plugin Manager cannot handle non-ASCII character in folder name
~/.jedit/jars/XML/test_data/umlaut

When installing plugin manually there is no such problem, since "XML-2.8.5.zip" contents is unpacked by standard Ubuntu archive manager.

Best regards,
Egor

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Alan Ezust | 29 Jan 17:33 2016
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[jedit:plugin-bugs] #1837 ProjectViewer + SFTP: Does not work with addresses that use .ssh/config entries.

  • status: open --> closed-works-for-me
  • Comment:

I can't reproduce your problem on my particular ssh server.
You report you have a workaround, that is good to hear.

[plugin-bugs:#1837] ProjectViewer + SFTP: Does not work with addresses that use .ssh/config entries.

Status: closed-works-for-me
Group:
Labels: FTP ssh ProjectViewer
Created: Thu Jan 21, 2016 06:24 PM UTC by lauhub
Last Updated: Fri Jan 29, 2016 09:39 AM UTC
Owner: Alan Ezust
Attachments:

I experience many problems since I use FTP plugin 1.3.1

Exception occurs while saving file to remote server and then file cannot be saved to server.

I open file from ProjectViewer, with project base path like: sftp://myremoteserver/my/dir/

The edited file has its address like: sftp:// <at> myremoteserver/my/dir/file.ext

I experienced these exceptions really often: impossible to edit a file with jEdit on a remote server, each time I restart jEdit, only one save is possible. Other attempts to save lead to exception.

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poleta333 | 29 Jan 15:47 2016
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[jedit:plugin-feature-requests] #363 Console: option for no window popping up

[plugin-feature-requests:#363] Console: option for no window popping up

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Created: Fri Jan 29, 2016 02:47 PM UTC by poleta333
Last Updated: Fri Jan 29, 2016 02:47 PM UTC
Owner: nobody

Hi

it would be excellent if there were an option for avoiding the console window popping up when running a commando script

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