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TextAutocomplete
Submitted by CJreige on Saturday, 11 March, 2017 - 14:44
Has anybody had any luck installing the TextAutocomplete plug-in lately? I cannot get the Plug-in Manager to download it (it gives a download error). When I download it manually and try to install it, it doesn't really work within jEdit. I just wanted to see if anybody has had any luck with this plug-in.

Thank you,
CJ
TextAutocomplete
Submitted by CJreige on Saturday, 11 March, 2017 - 14:45
Has anybody had any luck installing the TextAutocomplete plug-in lately? I cannot get the Plug-in Manager to download it (it gives a download error). When I download it manually and try to install it, it doesn't really work within jEdit. I just wanted to see if anybody has had any luck with this plug-in.

Thank you,
CJ
jEdit 5.4.0 is out!
Submitted by Vampire on Saturday, 18 March, 2017 - 20:18
Hello everyone,

I proudly present jEdit 5.4.0, the first stable release of the 5.4 series of jEdit.

This is mostly a bugfixing and stabilizing release. Detailed changes can as always be found in the Change Log at http://jedit.org/CHANGES54.txt, but here are some of the major changes of this version:
  • Use of Java 1.8
  • Use of a new XML format for Plugin Manager, and proper following of redirects, resulting in a much improved plugin install experience
  • New Printing, updated for current versions of Java


Volunteers are always welcome to contribute to the future of jEdit:
http://www.jedit.org/index.php?page=devel


That being said, here is the download link:
http://www.jedit.org/index.php?page=download


Have fun with the new release.
Lucene Wildcard Searches
Submitted by weberjn on Tuesday, 21 March, 2017 - 12:16
Hi,

for me the killer feature of jEdit is LucenePlugin. Lucene searches some 15 years of project notes for me, each year a simple 1MB .txt file.
You could well advertise more for LucenePlugin...

Anyway, looks like you cannot search wildcards or regular expressions (Standard Analyzer).

Of the Term Modifiers from the Lucene docs, only some terms work for me, Wildcard, Regular Expressions and Fuzzy Searches do not get accepted, the plugin simply does nothing.
Actually, I use mostly Proximity Searches, which still help a lot.

What did I do wrong?

And could you list some working search expression examples in the Plugin Help, please?

http://lucene.apache.org/core/6_4_2/queryparser/org/apache/lucene/queryparser/classic/package-summary.html#Term_Modifiers
jEdit Server under OSX
Submitted by RobertX on Friday, 31 March, 2017 - 15:00
At work, on Windows, I create a startup shortcut that starts the jEdit server in the background and keeps it running. Is there a similar process to get that to work on OS X?
Set encoding option in "Mode Settings"
Submitted by RobertX on Friday, 31 March, 2017 - 15:38
There should be another option under "Mode Settings" to set the default encoding for individual file types.
Hypersearch results analysis (hypersearch_results_parsing.zip v1.0 by Thiemo Kellner)
Submitted by Robert Schwenn on Thursday, 13 April, 2017 - 21:04
Two neat macros to analyse hypersearch results:

- hypersearch_results_distinct_hits.bsh: extracts the distinct lines in the results
- hypersearch_results_files.bsh: extracts all the files results were found in

! Note that these macros depend on:
- other macro "Misc/HyperSearch_Results_to_Buffer.bsh"
- TextTools Plugin

Also, see original post: https://sourceforge.net/p/jedit/patches/545/
jEdit Server on OSX
Submitted by RobertX on Friday, 21 April, 2017 - 00:26
When I run jEdit on Windows, I create a shortcut and put it in the Startup folder that runs the jEdit server in the background. I have zero idea on how to do this on MacOS. Any help?
jEdit hangs when using multiple screens
Submitted by rursus on Friday, 21 April, 2017 - 12:17
Hi! Jedit version tested: 5.4.0 (compiled from source) Java version: java-1.8.0-openjdk-amd64 (Debian) I have tried to find any relevant info by googling, but I couldn't find any: * Whenever I run jedit on a single screen, there are no problems, and life is happy and the sun shining. * Whenever I run jedit on a computer using multiple screens, jedit cannot be started, or if it is already started before, and the second screen is attached afterwards, jedit refuses to open any new windows. When refusing to open any window, jedit says: 13:55:29 [AWT-EventQueue-1] [error] AWT-EventQueue-1: Exception in thread "AWT-EventQueue-1" 13:55:29 [AWT-EventQueue-1] [error] AWT-EventQueue-1: java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: Width (0) and height (0) must be non-zero 13:55:29 [AWT-EventQueue-1] [error] AWT-EventQueue-1: at java.awt.image.ReplicateScaleFilter.(ReplicateScaleFilter.java:102) ... 13:55:29 [AWT-EventQueue-1] [error] AWT-EventQueue-1: at sun.awt.X11.XToolkit.createCustomCursor(XToolkit.java:1140) 13:55:29 [AWT-EventQueue-1] [error] AWT-EventQueue-1: at org.gjt.sp.jedit.textarea.TextAreaPainter.addNotify(TextAreaPainter.java:181) 13:55:29 [AWT-EventQueue-1] [error] AWT-EventQueue-1: at java.awt.Container.addNotify(Container.java:2773) ... 13:55:29 [AWT-EventQueue-1] [error] AWT-EventQueue-1: at javax.swing.JComponent.addNotify(JComponent.java:4740) 13:55:29 [AWT-EventQueue-1] [error] AWT-EventQueue-1: at org.gjt.sp.jedit.textarea.TextArea.addNotify(TextArea.java:4690) 13:55:29 [AWT-EventQueue-1] [error] AWT-EventQueue-1: at java.awt.Container.addNotify(Container.java:2773) ... 13:55:29 [AWT-EventQueue-1] [error] AWT-EventQueue-1: at java.awt.Window.pack(Window.java:807) 13:55:29 [AWT-EventQueue-1] [error] AWT-EventQueue-1: at org.gjt.sp.jedit.jEdit.newView(jEdit.java:2617) 13:55:29 [AWT-EventQueue-1] [error] AWT-EventQueue-1: at org.gjt.sp.jedit.PerspectiveManager$PerspectiveHandler.endElement(PerspectiveManager.java:363) Which obviously means that when jEdit makes a newView, it obviously triggers a TextArea.addNotify which triggers a TextAreaPainter.addNotify, which somehow delivers a window with a size of 0,0. I'm inclined to hack this in my personal copy of jEdit, if possible. Anyone have an idea why this occurs?
Write current date/time to a file as it is saved
Submitted by jhaefner on Sunday, 23 April, 2017 - 01:00
I am writing html and would like to write "Updated: ...the date of last modification.." on to the html file in a particular place. So, after testing that the file has been modified, I would like to write the current day and time to the file immediately after I tell Jedit to save the file, but before it is actually saved. Possibly, the solution would be to point my usual "save file" shortcut to a macro that writes the date/time info where I want it and then does the jedit save file command. Has anyone done this? If not, can any one point me in a direction to get me started? I have done simple ".bsh" macros, but nothing more complex. I am aware of Robert Schwenn's 2008 "insert_simple_date.bsh".

Thanks in advance. Jim
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