Jesse Pavel | 1 Mar 02:19 2015
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[jedit:jeditlauncher-bugs] #46 jEdit EXE Launcher Doesn't Support Input Methods

[jeditlauncher-bugs:#46] jEdit EXE Launcher Doesn't Support Input Methods

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Created: Sun Mar 01, 2015 01:19 AM UTC by Jesse Pavel
Last Updated: Sun Mar 01, 2015 01:19 AM UTC
Owner: nobody

When jEdit is run using the .exe launcher, support for choosing input methods based on Java's Input Method Framework seems to be disabled. Switching system input methods works, but the context menu (application menu) and the input method hot-key are not available. When jEdit is run from the command-line using "javaw.exe -jar jedit.jar", these operations work properly. Also, I tried generating an EXE wrapper using launch4j 3.6, and with it, input method selection was working. My launch4j XML configuration file, and the resulting jEdit2.exe, are online at

https://app.box.com/s/oq1sr6rqry9wcgqavdfitk73e4qkxc1b

Regards,
Jesse

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Adkins, Marc | 28 Feb 15:19 2015

Locating source files

Forgive me for not asking this on jedit-users but I've already got this list configured.

Is there support for finding source code for a function referenced in code? For example, put the cursor on a function name in the current buffer and execute "find source" on it?

I was looking at all of the plugin descriptions and menu items and so forth and nothing seemed like what I was looking for. I'm thinking of what I remember as F3 in Eclipse, but I know Emacs does it as well. In fact I saw a fellow developer use it to get source out of a .jar file yesterday.

Thanks,
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Eric Le Lay | 27 Feb 09:25 2015
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[jedit:patches] #550 Emit BUFFER_CLOSING when invoking close-all

[patches:#550] Emit BUFFER_CLOSING when invoking close-all

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Created: Fri Feb 27, 2015 08:25 AM UTC by Eric Le Lay
Last Updated: Fri Feb 27, 2015 08:25 AM UTC
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A buffer is closed by jEdit._closeBuffer and jEdit.closeAllBuffers.
The latter method doesn't emit BUFFER_CLOSING events before closing buffers.

This patch fixes this, if jEdit is not exiting.

I need this for Reopen plugin, to be able to restore each buffer to the proper EditPane.

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Alan Ezust | 25 Feb 17:43 2015
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jEdit 5.3 release plan

Hi Folks,

I'd like to release jEdit 5.3pre1 before the summer starts, and jEdit 5.3.0 probably in the fall.

In general it's a good idea to let the "pre" release out there for a few months while we can merge bugs into it and make the official .0 release more stable.

That means 5.3 will go into stabilization in April and we will bump trunk to 5.4pre1 shortly after that.

I hope that is agreeable to everyone.

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Makarius | 24 Feb 20:34 2015
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[jedit:patches] #549 More default font sizes

[patches:#549] More default font sizes

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Created: Tue Feb 24, 2015 07:34 PM UTC by Makarius
Last Updated: Tue Feb 24, 2015 07:34 PM UTC
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The following modest patch provides a few more default font sizes for the font selector. This is e.g. relevant for current 4K displays on Linux and probably also on Windows (on Mac OS X Retina works differently). Note that my current default size is 30, which is not really big on Dell UP3214Q.

There is also a more generous guess at the preferred size, although that could be done more dynamically according to the actual size of the selection.

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kevin.canadian | 21 Feb 22:50 2015
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[jedit:plugin-patches] #170 Sessions plugin discards buffer order

[plugin-patches:#170] Sessions plugin discards buffer order

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Labels: Sessions buffer ordering
Created: Sat Feb 21, 2015 09:50 PM UTC by kevin.canadian
Last Updated: Sat Feb 21, 2015 09:50 PM UTC
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If buffer sorting is disabled, when saving a session using the Sessions plugin the manual buffer order set by the user gets lost, and on reopen the buffers are in what amounts to random order.

This patch is a slightly improved version of the latest patch submitted to ticket 165.

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kevin.canadian | 21 Feb 22:42 2015
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[jedit:plugin-patches] #165 Sessions plugin discards buffer order

Thanks for the reply. Some projects prefer not opening a new ticket for the same issue, I wasn't sure what was preferred here. The bug/patch separation as you described it makes sense.

I'll open a new patch with an improved version of this (although it may not be needed for long if we merge the other patch I submitted to the jEdit core).

I'm not sure what it entails to be a plugin maintainer, and I'm not up to speed on jedit procedures (releases, testing, etc.). But I don't mind being involved, if you can get me commit permission.

To be honest if I were to do anything more than a few patches here and there I would much rather use git (I've noticed some things are there already).

[plugin-patches:#165] Sessions plugin discards buffer order

Status: closed-accepted
Created: Thu Jun 13, 2013 02:02 AM UTC by kevin.canadian
Last Updated: Sat Feb 21, 2015 03:14 AM UTC
Owner: Alan Ezust

If buffer sorting is disabled, when saving a session using the Sessions plugin the manual buffer order set by the user gets lost, and on reopen the buffers are in what amounts to random order. I'm attaching a patch which uses a LinkedHashMap to store the current edit pane's buffers, which are in the proper order as set by the user. There may be a better way to solve this (perhaps while addressing bug 2698271), but this seems to work for now.

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Alan Ezust | 21 Feb 20:38 2015
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an idea of what to do with donations

First of all, Vampire is not dead, he is replying to my messages again.

I've been thinking about the Donations situation for a while now.
We have a certain amount sitting in there (over 2k) and it isn't doing
anything for anybody.

Donors who think they are "supporting the community" are sending money there, hoping it will perhaps go to developers or other volunteers. At the moment, that money is not.

If I was in charge of the donations, what I would do is put up $100 bounties for certain currently open bugs to be fixed, or features to be added, or plugins to be revived. Then I could give them out to people who actually fixed/updated/implemented them.

This I would think, could give a lot of incentive to newer developers to contribute, don't you think?


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Alan Ezust | 21 Feb 04:14 2015
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[jedit:plugin-patches] #165 Sessions plugin discards buffer order

Submitting a patch to an already closed ticket is a bad idea, almost a guarantee that it will never be seen and handled properly. Each patch should have a new ticket in the patches tracker.

[plugin-patches:#165] Sessions plugin discards buffer order

Status: closed-accepted
Created: Thu Jun 13, 2013 02:02 AM UTC by kevin.canadian
Last Updated: Sat Feb 21, 2015 03:12 AM UTC
Owner: Alan Ezust

If buffer sorting is disabled, when saving a session using the Sessions plugin the manual buffer order set by the user gets lost, and on reopen the buffers are in what amounts to random order. I'm attaching a patch which uses a LinkedHashMap to store the current edit pane's buffers, which are in the proper order as set by the user. There may be a better way to solve this (perhaps while addressing bug 2698271), but this seems to work for now.

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Alan Ezust | 21 Feb 04:12 2015
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[jedit:plugin-patches] #165 Sessions plugin discards buffer order

The bugs tracker is where you report bugs, and if you have a patch, it is better to submit a separate ticket on the patches trcker with the patch. Then you can link to it from the bug afterwards, and we have a proper ticket for your patch which is separate from the bug report.

I am lazy so I sometimes move bugs with patches into the patches tracker, so they will be noticed and closed more quickly than if they were just bugs without patches.

[plugin-patches:#165] Sessions plugin discards buffer order

Status: closed-accepted
Created: Thu Jun 13, 2013 02:02 AM UTC by kevin.canadian
Last Updated: Tue Feb 17, 2015 01:29 AM UTC
Owner: Alan Ezust

If buffer sorting is disabled, when saving a session using the Sessions plugin the manual buffer order set by the user gets lost, and on reopen the buffers are in what amounts to random order. I'm attaching a patch which uses a LinkedHashMap to store the current edit pane's buffers, which are in the proper order as set by the user. There may be a better way to solve this (perhaps while addressing bug 2698271), but this seems to work for now.

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Tim Blackler | 19 Feb 22:41 2015

Re: SVN Permissions issues

Trying that again

On 19/02/15 20:40, Tim Blackler wrote:
My svn client version is

timb <at> timb-PORTEGE-R700 ~ $ svn --version
svn, version 1.8.8 (r1568071)
   compiled Aug 13 2014, 17:12:39 on x86_64-pc-linux-gnu

and I have already tried:

deleting ~/.subversion/auth directory

changing ~/.subversion/config
         store-passwords = no  

forcing the svn to use my username/password on the command line

Thanks

On 19/02/15 20:22, Alan Ezust wrote:
I don't know what the problem is. I am copying jedit-devel.
I added you as a developer. developers have permissions to svn.
I know there is .gitaccess for git projects but I am not aware of something analogous for
plugins in svn.




On Thu, Feb 19, 2015 at 12:01 PM, Tim Blackler <tim <at> eparsnip.com> wrote:
Hi,

Sadly, still seeing the same issue:


svn commit --username grepppo --password xxxxx
Sending        .
svn: E195023: Commit failed (details follow):
svn: E195023: Changing directory '/home/timb/projects/jEdit-full/plugins/ErrorList' is forbidden by the server
svn: E175013: POST of '/p/jedit/svn/!svn/me': 403 Forbidden (http://svn.code.sf.net)
svn: E195023: Your commit message was left in a temporary file:
svn: E195023:    '/home/timb/projects/jEdit-full/plugins/ErrorList/svn-commit.6.tmp'



On 19/02/15 19:39, Alan Ezust wrote:
I think I added you as Grepppo but would you mind setting your real name in sf.net so I can see you as Tim Blackler?
You should have the right permissions now.


On Mon, Feb 2, 2015 at 2:20 PM, Tim Blackler <tim <at> eparsnip.com> wrote:
Sure that would be great, my sf username is grepppo (note 3 p's).

What would the being developer allow me to do, also what's the accepted etiquette with picking up tickets etc ?




On 01/02/15 15:03, Alan Ezust wrote:
btw, what is your sf.net username again? want to join jEdit as a developer in the sf.net project?


On Sun, Feb 1, 2015 at 7:00 AM, Alan Ezust <alan.ezust <at> gmail.com> wrote:
seems to only copy the first line of each error instead of traversing the tree.

can you please fix it?









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