carmine.lucarelli | 1 Aug 13:12 2002
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Plugin release


Hi, Mike.  Please add the following to the next batch
of releases.

DragAndDrop
Version 0.2.7
requires:
  jEdit 3.2.2
 Java 1.3

- fixed bug that would cause jEdit to lock up if
a dropped file caused a dialog to pop up.
- used java 1.3 methods for text drops

module plugins/DragAndDrop
tag DragAndDrop_0_2_7c

No changes to descriptions

MacroManager
Version 1.0
requires:
  jEdit 4.0

- initial plugin central release

module plugins/MacroManager
tag MacroManager_1_0

Short Desciption:
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carmine.lucarelli | 1 Aug 13:17 2002
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Chris.Whitmore

The guy in the subject line is subscribed to jedit devel
and has an automated away from the office reply thing
happening.  Can someone take him off until August 6th?

The address is Chris.Whitmore <at> ipsos-reid.com
Carmine

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Calvin Yu | 1 Aug 15:04 2002
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Re: new plugin problem

Stuart Barlow wrote:
 >
 > I have developed the attached plugin but cant get jEdit
 > to load the thing.
 >
 > I cant see any errors in the activity log either.
 > Any help much appreciated.
 > Stuart.

First thing you need is to have your plugin class have the 'Plugin' suffix.

For Example:
SourceControlPlugin.class

Calvin

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Stuart Barlow | 1 Aug 15:20 2002

Re: new plugin problem

Doh!

Knew there was something simple but I couldn't put my
finger on it. There was nothing in the activity log to say
that jEdit did not like the lack of 'Plugin' at the end.

Ta.
Stuart.

At 14:11 01/08/02 +0100, Calvin Yu wrote:

>Stuart Barlow wrote:
> >
> > I have developed the attached plugin but cant get jEdit
> > to load the thing.
> > I cant see any errors in the activity log either.
> > Any help much appreciated.
> > Stuart.
>
>First thing you need is to have your plugin class have the 'Plugin' suffix.
>
>For Example:
>SourceControlPlugin.class
>
>Calvin
>
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Slava Pestov | 1 Aug 17:59 2002

Re: Chris.Whitmore

This "I'm out of the office" bullshit is the bane of mailing list
operators :-) I've unsubscribed this guy, he can resubscribe if he wants
to when he returns.

On Thu, 2002-08-01 at 07:17, carmine.lucarelli <at> lombard.ca wrote:
> The guy in the subject line is subscribed to jedit devel
> and has an automated away from the office reply thing
> happening.  Can someone take him off until August 6th?
> 
> The address is Chris.Whitmore <at> ipsos-reid.com
> Carmine
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mike dillon | 1 Aug 18:03 2002

Re: Chris.Whitmore

begin carmine.lucarelli <at> lombard.ca quotation:
> The guy in the subject line is subscribed to jedit devel and has an
> automated away from the office reply thing happening.  Can someone
> take him off until August 6th?

OK. I'm afraid his subscription won't get re-enabled after the 6th, but
I suppose I could just send him a personal message instructing him on
how to re-enable the mail delivery himself when he returns.

-md

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mike dillon | 1 Aug 18:05 2002

Re: Chris.Whitmore

begin Slava Pestov quotation:
> This "I'm out of the office" bullshit is the bane of mailing list
> operators :-) I've unsubscribed this guy, he can resubscribe if he
> wants to when he returns.

You're too quick for me. Did you send him a personal message letting him
know what happened? If not, I can do it, but I need to know whether you
unsubscribed him from just jEdit-devel or from jEdit-users as well.

-md

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Slava Pestov | 1 Aug 21:36 2002

Re: XML Plugin: Proposal for an unknown DTD dialog box

Sorry for the late response. I will integrate your work into the next
version of the XML plugin.

On Tue, 2002-07-09 at 06:00, Chris Stevenson wrote:
> Attached is an implementation of an unknown DTD dialog box. I know this
> is a TODO for the XML plugin so I thought I'd have a go at it.
> 
> It is attached as a tgz, not a patch, since there are a couple of files
> in there that are not in CVS - just extract it in your jars/XML source
> directory and rebuild.
> 
> Details
> =======
> 
> If the user opens an XML file with a DOCTYPE definition of an unknown
> DTD a dialog pops up showing the PUBLIC and SYSTEM ids for the DTD.
> 
> The user can choose to load the DTD from the network, in which case the
> DTD is saved locally in the user's .jedit/dtds directory. The local
> version is then used for this DTD (including after restart)
> 
> The user can choose to browse for a DTD already installed on their local
> system. In this case the DTD is not copied, but the file's location is
> remembered (including after a restart)
> 
> There is a new panel in global options that shows the PUBLIC ids of the
> user defined DTDs. The user can choose to reload a DTD if it is a
> network DTD.
> 
> Notes
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Stefano Maestri | 2 Aug 10:58 2002
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JIndex

I just finished to patch JIndex Plugin to work with Jedit 4.1.x  I
couldn't live without that! 

If Dirk is reading and He is interested I could send him the patch, of
he prefer I could commit the two file changed on CVS. 
I hope JIndex new release could be included in next batch for PC. 

If someone is interested to try to download it from my website
www.javalinux.it

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Marco Hunsicker | 2 Aug 11:19 2002
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jEdit integration

Hi,

as I'm currently finishing work on the next Jalopy beta I'd like to
bring up another issue here. The next version will come with an
accompanying Plug-in to display its parsing/printing messages. I've
mainly developed it because I now more and more use jEdit for my own
Java development and just started to add the functionality I miss most.

One area I found weak was the display of user messages. That's why I've
written the MessageView Plug-in. It looks, behaves and probably works
something like the JBuilder MessageView component. A dockable window
that displays its messages in different tabs. This way several
subsystems (Plug-ins...) can display messages concurrently without
stepping on each others toes.

Actually, I've integrated it into the jEdit core on my drive so it
serves as the general messaging facility (replacing both the
HyperSearch result window and the ErrorList Plug-in). I've attached a
screenshot so you may see how it looks. A few lines in
SearchAndReplace.java and HyperSearchRequest.java, that's all. I wonder
whether you might want to test this stuff. I could provide a diff
against current HEAD if so.

Another thing I'm currently looking for, is a better way to integrate
Plug-ins into jEdit. Several users already exposed their need to gain
access to the menu bar. What are you're objections here? The ability to
add more top-level menus is nice but rather limited (so is
real-estate). The means to add Plug-in menu items into both the menu
bar and to context menus could make jEdit a more mature product and
increase usability significantly. I've recently worked with many IDE's
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