Matthieu Casanova | 30 Sep 10:12 2014
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Re: shipping swt.jar as a plugin

I understand, if JavaFX is not available in OpenJDK then it is not a
good solution.
About your plugin, do you expect to ship it directly with jEdit
installer ?
It was an idea I had, to provide some plugins with the installer and
keep the ability to update them with the plugin manager.

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Le Lun 29 sept. 2014, à 20:02, Eric Le Lay a écrit :
> Matthieu,
> as far as I can tell NativeBrowser depends on SWT, not JavaFX.
> 
> The point of SWTPlugin would be to deliver the right version of SWT for
> your platform, even have them side by side to be able to use the same
> settings directory for different OS.
> 
> I'll build and try NativeBrowser, for sure. 
> 
> I have encountered an issue with the SWT browser component: it
> is not possible to use custom urls (like
> jeditresource:XML.jar!/description.html) nor register extensions to
> handle them.
> See the bug report
> here: https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=42633
> 
> This is a road blocker for using it as an help viewer replacement. One
> could run an embedded web server to serve them as http, but it adds
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Eric Le Lay | 28 Sep 22:36 2014
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shipping swt.jar as a plugin

Hello list,

I've tried to use swt's native html component to provide a decent html
component to display the javadocs.

The problem is that there is one swt.jar per platform/cpu.
So, is it acceptable to create a handful of plugins
"swt-linux-x86.jar", "swt-linux-x64.jar", "swt-osx-x64.jar",
"swt-win32-x86.jar", "swt-win32-x64.jar"?

Then not two of them could be installed simultaneously, otherwise
class names would collide. Also there should be a SWTPlugin.jar
plugin to use as a dependency from other plugins.

A NativeBrowser plugin has been created in 2010, that shipped one
version of swt. It has not been released/worked on for quite some time.
http://sourceforge.net/p/jedit/svn/HEAD/tree/plugins/NativeBrowser/trunk/

A solution to create a big multiplatform jar is discussed here 
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2706222/create-cross-platform-java-swt-application/5784073#5784073
It modifies class loaders to load from jars inside a jar.

Something more appropriate for jEdit can be done from a plugin,
downloading to ~/.jedit/plugins/swtplugin.SWTPlugin/swt-xxx.jar the
required jar for current platform and registering it as a PluginJar.
I have started such a plugin at
https://sourceforge.net/u/kerik-sf/swtplugin/ci/master/tree/
You currently have to download the appropriate swt.jar and only linux
and OSX 64bit are supported (see the user doc for SWTPlugin)

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tvojeho | 26 Sep 20:41 2014
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[jedit:bugs] #3588 Extra vertical line spacing bug

Great, Vampire corrected bug 2). Now only the caret artefacts from 1) remain in this ticket.

[bugs:#3588] Extra vertical line spacing bug

Status: open
Group: minor bug
Labels: editor core
Created: Wed Sep 28, 2011 07:54 AM UTC by tvojeho
Last Updated: Wed Sep 28, 2011 07:54 AM UTC
Owner: Matthieu Casanova

Hi,

when using the feature "Extra vertical line spacing" on Text Area option pane, there are two cosmetic issues I noticed:

1) When scrolling with Down Arrow with extra spacing in negative values, each time the cursor jumps on a new numbered line, it leaves a small mark where the upper part of the cursor was - I guess it would be the size of pixels set in the options.

2) Selecting text - the text selected is in the original place it would originally be while the the unselected text remains in the place determined by the line spacing options, thus the text line creates a "step up/down".

tvojeho

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Alan Ezust | 26 Sep 19:10 2014
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[jedit:plugin-feature-requests] #312 ErrorList: Add 'Collapse All'/'Expand All' actions/buttons

  • status: open --> closed-fixed
  • assigned_to: Alan Ezust
  • Comment:

Accepted patch https://sourceforge.net/p/jedit/plugin-patches/164/
This will be in ErrorList 2.4.
Try it now at http://lazarus.oddiofile.com/jars/ErrorList.jar

[plugin-feature-requests:#312] ErrorList: Add 'Collapse All'/'Expand All' actions/buttons

Status: closed-fixed
Group:
Created: Thu Oct 04, 2012 07:14 PM UTC by Steve
Last Updated: Thu Sep 25, 2014 08:57 PM UTC
Owner: Alan Ezust

When I have 760 errors in 53 files, most of which aren't mine to fix, (yes I work with guys who don't believe in keeping trunk clean >-[ ) it can be cumbersome to find the ones I care about. It would help if I could right-click and select 'Collapse All". Then I could scroll down through the list of files and expand the one or two I am interested in working on right now.

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Grepppo | 25 Sep 22:57 2014
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[jedit:plugin-feature-requests] #312 ErrorList: Add 'Collapse All'/'Expand All' actions/buttons

Added patch

https://sourceforge.net/p/jedit/plugin-patches/164/

[plugin-feature-requests:#312] ErrorList: Add 'Collapse All'/'Expand All' actions/buttons

Status: open
Group:
Created: Thu Oct 04, 2012 07:14 PM UTC by Steve
Last Updated: Tue Aug 19, 2014 01:20 AM UTC
Owner: nobody

When I have 760 errors in 53 files, most of which aren't mine to fix, (yes I work with guys who don't believe in keeping trunk clean >-[ ) it can be cumbersome to find the ones I care about. It would help if I could right-click and select 'Collapse All". Then I could scroll down through the list of files and expand the one or two I am interested in working on right now.

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Grepppo | 25 Sep 22:56 2014
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[jedit:plugin-patches] #164 Patch for ErrorList: Add 'Collapse All'/'Expand All' actions/buttons

[plugin-patches:#164] Patch for ErrorList: Add 'Collapse All'/'Expand All' actions/buttons

Status: open
Group: 4.3
Created: Thu Sep 25, 2014 08:56 PM UTC by Grepppo
Last Updated: Thu Sep 25, 2014 08:56 PM UTC
Owner: nobody

Hi,

Here is a patch for the following feature request

https://sourceforge.net/p/jedit/plugin-feature-requests/312/

Thanks

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liu li | 25 Sep 11:17 2014
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[jedit:plugin-bugs] Re: #1793 PHPParser not installed

Already PHPParser 2.0.2 and jEdit 5.2pre1, the problem persists.

[plugin-bugs:#1793] PHPParser not installed

Status: closed-fixed
Group:
Created: Fri Jul 18, 2014 04:49 PM UTC by Boray Eris
Last Updated: Mon Aug 25, 2014 01:27 AM UTC
Owner: Alan Ezust

C:\Users\user_000\AppData\Roaming\jEdit\jars\PHPParser.jar:
Cannot start: java.lang.NoSuchMethodError: org.gjt.sp.util.IOUtilities.closeQuietly(Ljava/io/Reader;)V
Try updating to a newer version of the plugin.

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Honza Malik | 24 Sep 00:47 2014
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[jedit:plugin-central-submission] Re: #956 PHPParser 2.0.3

I still have the same problem:
"Cannot start: java.lang.NoSuchMethodError: org.gjt.sp.util.IOUtilities.closeQuietly(Ljava/io/InputStream;)V
Try updating to a newer version of the plugin."

PHPParser 2.0.2
Oracle Java 1.8.0_11 on Fedora (but I have the same problem with Java 1.7)
jEdit 5.2pre1 (but the same is for jEdit 5.1)

Thanks for looking on this, and thanks for all your work, of course, Honza

[plugin-central-submission:#956] PHPParser 2.0.3

Status: closed-rejected
Group: None
Created: Mon Aug 25, 2014 01:18 AM UTC by Alan Ezust
Last Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 12:50 AM UTC
Owner: nobody

{{{ PHPParser 2.0.3
Source: Source code is in SVN with the tag JEDITSVN/plugins/PHPParser/tags/PHPParser-2.0.3
Announcement: Bugfix release. Fixed incompatibility with current versions of jEdit.
Requires Java 1.6
Requires jEdit 04.05.99.00
Required plugins:
Common Controls 1.5 (CommonControlsPlugin)
ErrorList 1.9 (errorlist.ErrorListPlugin)
Hyperlinks 1.1.0 (gatchan.jedit.hyperlinks.HyperlinksPlugin)
SideKick 1.3 (sidekick.SideKickPlugin)

Short Description: PHPParser is a plugin that parses php buffer and helps you developing php Long Description: PHPParser is a plugin that parses php buffer help you browsing your project, do code completion and some code analysis

}}}

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Mike Maxwell | 21 Sep 20:19 2014
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[jedit:bugs] #3884 Unicode combining characters

[bugs:#3884] Unicode combining characters

Status: open
Group: minor bug
Labels: unicode macros
Created: Sun Sep 21, 2014 06:19 PM UTC by Mike Maxwell
Last Updated: Sun Sep 21, 2014 06:19 PM UTC
Owner: nobody

There is a macro "Display Character Code." It used to be the case that one could use the cursor keys (e.g. the right arrow) to step through the parts of a Unicode composite character, and at each character--base or combining--get the character code of that character using this macro.

After bug 3455 was fixed, the above behavior was no longer possible. In particular, the cursor will no longer move to each combining character--it only moves to base characters.

There are several implication of this. One of the implications is that it is no longer possible to edit a composite character: the only thing you can do is delete the entire composite character (base + diacritics) and start over. I suppose that's not the end of the world.

A more important implication is that the "Display Character Code" no longer works for combining characters--it is impossible to use this macro to find the code point of such a character (it only works for base characters). In principle, one can use the Hex plugin, but this is a clumsy work-around, involving switching to a different file format, finding where the character in question was, and switching back. It would be far better to be able to use this macro.

There are (at least) two possible fixes. One would be to restore the ability of the cursor keys (and backspace and delete keys) to move one character at a time, regardless of whether that character is a base or combining character. Based on an email thread of Aug 2012 entitled "Editing Unicode combining characters", this would be a lot of work. A simpler but acceptable method, suggested by Kazutoshi Satoda 25 Aug 2012 in that same thread, would be for the "Display Character Code" macro to output a sequence of code points, including the base character and any combining characters.

I'm attaching a file that contains a base character 'a' (ASCII/Unicode U+61) followed by a combining acute accent (U+301). Notice that this is in Unicode decomposed (NFD) format; if it were in the composed format (NFC), it would be a single code point, U+E1, and would not illustrate the problem. (The problem also arises with combinations of base+diacritics for which there is no NFC form. BTW, I'm assuming that sourceforge doesn't convert uploaded files to NFC--if it does, the code point U+E1 will show up. Let me know if that happens and I'll come up with a combination that won't change.)

To demonstrate the problem with the attached file, put the cursor at the top of the file, and call "Display Character Code." It will show code point 61. Move the cursor one position to the right; you'll be at EOF, and the macro will not display anything. It should instead either display the code point U+301 (first solution above, allow cursor movement to each character whether base or diacritic), or else when the cursor is at the top of the file (before the accented 'a') the macro should display "61 301" or similar (e.g. "61+301"), i.e. one code point for each character (second solution above).

This problem will not occur in 8-bit encodings, since they don't have a notion of combining characters. I don't know enough about other non-8-bit encodings (like Big5) to know whether it happens there; probably just in Unicode.

Jedit v5.1.0 (and other versions since at least Aug 2012), Windows 7, Java version 1.8.0_20.

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Alan Ezust | 19 Sep 23:00 2014
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[jedit:plugin-feature-requests] #208 ErrorList: Copy errors to clipboard

  • status: open --> closed-fixed
  • assigned_to: Alan Ezust
  • Group: -->
  • Comment:

Applied https://sourceforge.net/p/jedit/plugin-patches/163/ version 7.
Committed rev# 23679. Will be in ErrorList 2.3.

[plugin-feature-requests:#208] ErrorList: Copy errors to clipboard

Status: closed-fixed
Group:
Created: Thu Jun 03, 2010 03:22 AM UTC by Alan Ezust
Last Updated: Tue Sep 09, 2014 01:12 AM UTC
Owner: Alan Ezust

Request context menu action: Copy selected or all errors to clipboard.

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bdimych | 17 Sep 10:34 2014
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[jedit:bugs] #3883 Selecting text by mouse sets X primary selection but the keyboard does not

[bugs:#3883] Selecting text by mouse sets X primary selection but the keyboard does not

Status: open
Group: minor bug
Labels: xorg selection x primary
Created: Wed Sep 17, 2014 08:34 AM UTC by bdimych
Last Updated: Wed Sep 17, 2014 08:34 AM UTC
Owner: nobody

Hi
I like Xneur tool which can correct a text typed in wrong layout
but it uses X primary selection and doesn't work in jedit if text is selected by keyboard
xsel shows the issue:
open jedit
select a word by doubleclick
run xsel and it will print this word - ok
now select something with shift+arrows
then run xsel again and it will print the same previous word - unexpected
is it possible to fix it?

Linux Mint 16 KDE 32-bit
OpenJDK Runtime Environment (IcedTea 2.4.7) (7u55-2.4.7-1ubuntu1~0.13.10.1)
jEdit 5.1.0

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