Dale Anson | 23 Jun 05:12 2016
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Compiler warnings

I've gone through and fixed all the compiler warnings in the core jEdit code. Mostly it was updating old code to use generics, but there are a few cases where the code is somewhat convoluted, so I used the suppress warnings annotation. I changed quite a few files, and things look good so far, but I'd appreciate it if you all would let me know if you see something that isn't working or otherwise isn't right.

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Dale Anson | 21 Jun 19:43 2016
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Next release?

What's the planned date for the next release? There are a couple of things I'm working on, just want to see if I have time to complete them or wait until later. One is cleaning up all (most? many? at least a few of) the compiler warnings about the unchecked generic usage, the other is revamping the printing system.

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Eric Le Lay | 20 Jun 08:41 2016
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org.jedit.options.GenericGUIUtilities + refactorings

Hi list,

let me introduce you to org.gjt.sp.util.GenericGUIUtilities [1].
It's an extraction of all methods of GUIUtilities that are safe
for the standalone TextArea.

I've done it to remove a full method duplicated in TextArea
(showPopupMenu). A minimal change would have been to move only this
method to GenericGUIUtilities, but I figured if the API has to change,
better to do it in one go and as early as possible. Please let me know
if it doesn't suit you or you have any comment on this change
(better name, better package, etc.): a new release of jEdit is not
pending so we have time to correct it if necessary.

This refactoring, along with other smaller ones has
been prompted by an analysis from Johannes Bräuer (see also [2] for
further automated findings). I would like to thank him for this.

Cheers,
Eric

[1] r24411 http://sourceforge.net/p/jedit/svn/24411
[2] https://osqar.se.jku.at/dashboard/index/1405

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Alan Ezust | 19 Jun 17:54 2016
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java-7 disappears from most computers

So unless I download java 7 from a support site, I have to make the daily build server use java 8 now.
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Dale Anson | 17 Jun 18:43 2016
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[jedit:bugs] #3400 Umlaute in Courier New Size 12 missing upper dots

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[bugs:#3400] Umlaute in Courier New Size 12 missing upper dots

Status: closed
Group: normal bug
Labels: text area and syntax packages
Created: Tue Feb 23, 2010 11:27 AM UTC by Andreas Riedel
Last Updated: Fri Jun 17, 2016 04:43 PM UTC
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Hello.

jEdit 4.3.1 server mode on Java 1.6.0_17

As you can see, I come from Germany. Here we have some Umlaute, you also call it this in English. Umlaute have upper dot: Ü
In the default font: Courier New size 12 the upper dots will not be printed. Losing the focus and return show the dots, but initial you can not see the dots.

With other font sizes it done well, I test 10 and 14. This only happens in size 12.

TIA
Andreas Riedel

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Dale Anson | 17 Jun 18:43 2016
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[jedit:bugs] #3400 Umlaute in Courier New Size 12 missing upper dots

This is fixable by adjusting the extra vertical space in the text area. Go to Utilities - Global Options - Text Area, then set the "Extra vertical line spacing (in pixels)" to 1 or 2 or 3, depending on which font and size you're using.

[bugs:#3400] Umlaute in Courier New Size 12 missing upper dots

Status: open
Group: normal bug
Labels: text area and syntax packages
Created: Tue Feb 23, 2010 11:27 AM UTC by Andreas Riedel
Last Updated: Tue Feb 23, 2010 11:27 AM UTC
Owner: nobody

Hello.

jEdit 4.3.1 server mode on Java 1.6.0_17

As you can see, I come from Germany. Here we have some Umlaute, you also call it this in English. Umlaute have upper dot: Ü
In the default font: Courier New size 12 the upper dots will not be printed. Losing the focus and return show the dots, but initial you can not see the dots.

With other font sizes it done well, I test 10 and 14. This only happens in size 12.

TIA
Andreas Riedel

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Victor Porton | 14 Jun 13:12 2016
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[jedit:feature-requests] #518 Ability to change readonly status of the buffer (not file!)

[feature-requests:#518] Ability to change readonly status of the buffer (not file!)

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Created: Tue Jun 14, 2016 11:12 AM UTC by Victor Porton
Last Updated: Tue Jun 14, 2016 11:12 AM UTC
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When I call "Macros / Files / Toggle ReadOnly", it changes not only readonly status of the buffer but also the permissions of the file.

I want another "ReadOnly", which would make the buffer read-only WITHOUT changing the file attributes.

This is useful when I view a mission-critical file, in order not to damage it incidentally.

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bobalex | 13 Jun 18:12 2016
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[jedit:bugs] #3998 jEdit standard macro Text/Next_Char does not work

[bugs:#3998] jEdit standard macro Text/Next_Char does not work

Status: open
Group: minor bug
Created: Mon Jun 13, 2016 04:12 PM UTC by bobalex
Last Updated: Mon Jun 13, 2016 04:12 PM UTC
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JE version 5.3.0, Windows 10, java version "1.8.0_91"
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_91-b14)
Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 25.91-b14, mixed mode)

To reproduce, just try to do anything with the Text/Next_Char macro. It makes a reference to a TextArea.select(int, int) method, which does exist.

This bug is not affecting me at all, but I stumbled across it and am just letting y'all know.

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Dale Anson | 12 Jun 19:14 2016
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Groovy plugin breaks JavaScriptShell plugin

I'm not sure that there is a process for this, but I've discovered that if the Groovy plugin is installed, then the JavaScriptShell plugin won't work any longer. The problem appears to be that the groovy library jar redefines javax.script.ScriptEngineFactory to be a class from the groovy library, where the JavaScriptShell expects the JVM provided script engine factory. I don't know if it's possible to fix this so that both plugins can work at the same time.

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Wayne | 10 Jun 09:58 2016
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[jedit:patches] #587 Edit mode for Apple Swift programming language

[patches:#587] Edit mode for Apple Swift programming language

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Created: Fri Jun 10, 2016 07:58 AM UTC by Wayne
Last Updated: Fri Jun 10, 2016 07:58 AM UTC
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I have created an edit mode for Apple's Swift programming language, hopefully it is useful to Swfit guys.

Mode line in catalog file:
<MODE NAME="swift" FILE="swift.xml" FILE_NAME_GLOB="*.swift"/>

Mode defination file swift.xml as attached;

Example swift language file CmdLineArgumentParser.swift as attached.

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Dale Anson | 8 Jun 19:11 2016
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What plugins make Console shells?

I'm aware of ssh, what other plugins make Console shells?
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