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Assembly GNU x86 Edit Mode (assembly-gas-x86.xml v0.1 by Igor Lesik)
Submitted by curoles on Friday, 13 August, 2004 - 00:12

Updated on 08/13/2004 - 00:12
Downloads: 1919

Select_HyperSearch_Matches.bsh (modified) (Select_HyperSearch_Matches.bsh v1.01 by Ollie Rutherfurd (modified by Saturn))
Submitted by fixedsys on Wednesday, 11 August, 2004 - 06:48
selects all matches for the last HyperSearch in the current EditPane
BufferTabs for jEdit 4.2 (BufferTabs.jar v0.8.1 by Alain)
Submitted by artisback on Thursday, 29 January, 2004 - 03:22
Fully compatible with jEdit 4.2
This new release of BufferTabs also includes
  • new Colored tabs available ( by Chris S.)
  • Middle mouse button to close a buffer
ChangeLog Edit Mode (changelog.xml v1.00 by Null Flux)
Submitted by Null Flux on Sunday, 1 August, 2004 - 05:04
Significantly more detailed than the previously posted ChangeLog mode. It closely mimics how Vim colors ChangeLog files.
Assembler M68000 edit mode (assembly-M68000.xml v0.1 by Igor Lesik)
Submitted by curoles on Tuesday, 27 July, 2004 - 17:59

Updated on 07/27/2004 - 17:59
Downloads: 2145

Hypertext Link (Hypertext_Link.bsh v0.1 by Vojtech Broz (vojtech.broz@email.cz))
Submitted by xbrov01 on Monday, 26 July, 2004 - 10:43
This BeanShell macro creates an HTML anchor (<A HREF="">...</A> tag) for a URL selected in a buffer. Also gets the HTML page title from the web and puts it into the tag body. Requires the jTidy plugin.
CSS (1/2/2.1) Edit Mode - Syntax/Error Checking (jeditcssv22.zip v2.2 by John Paul Taylor II)
Submitted by Psych0phobiA on Tuesday, 20 January, 2004 - 07:15
A syntax checking and error highlighting edit mode for CSS levels 1.0, 2.0 and 2.1. The highlighting is context sensitive and allows for finding errors very quickly. Requires a 4.2pre5 or later. See homepage for version info.
Logic Scheme (Logic.jedit-scheme v1.0 by Charles Dominguez)
Submitted by cfd on Sunday, 18 July, 2004 - 03:44
This scheme attempts to logically assign colors based on functionality. Similar syntax elements are given similar colors. For example, keywords are assigned shades of blue, and comments shades of gray. Colors are chosen to be aesthetically pleasing in all edit modes while still being distinctive. Choices were made with human color perception in mind, with a goal of minimizing eyestrain over long coding sessions. Designed for both 4.1 and 4.2.
Clear Hypersearch Results Macro (Clear_HyperSearch_Results.bsh v1.0 by Lee Turner)
Submitted by lturner on Friday, 16 July, 2004 - 10:19
Beanshell macro to clear all the hypersearch results from the hypersearch window.
Python Commando File (python.xml v1.0 by Charles Dominguez)
Submitted by cfd on Saturday, 10 July, 2004 - 02:14
A commando file to run Python scripts from within jEdit. Invokes the system interpreter (not Jython) on the current buffer. Provides a UI to set all options supported by the current release of the Python interpreter. Error patterns that work with Python are specified in the comments at the start of the file.
JavaCore-aware JCompiler Plugin again (JCompiler.zip v1.6.2 by Doug Breaux)
Submitted by doug on Friday, 9 July, 2004 - 02:26
I updated JCompiler to work with the latest (0.7.1) JavaCore. The AbstractClasspathSource constructor changes had broken the previous version.
Ruby Edit Mode with Working Auto-Indenting (ruby.xml v2.0? by Ian McLean, Chris Morris & Christophe Grandsire)
Submitted by Tsela on Friday, 2 July, 2004 - 07:41
An update of the original Ruby mode file, which adds auto-indenting which was missing from the original file. I hope it could replace the original Ruby mode file, if no one objects to it.
Ruby Commando File (ruby.xml v1.0 by Christophe Grandsire)
Submitted by Tsela on Friday, 2 July, 2004 - 07:27
A simple yet complete Ruby commando file, allowing you to run your Ruby scripts directly from jEdit. It has run, check syntax and debug options. It also handles safety (tainted checks) and warning levels, and allows you to set command-line arguments to your scripts, among other things.
jEdit GTK Icons (jedit-GTK-icons.jar v1.0 by Alexander Klimetschek / Lars Trieloff)
Submitted by klizza on Friday, 25 June, 2004 - 14:01
Put them into $JAVA_HOME\jre\lib\ext and these icons will be used automatically by jEdit instead of the default ones.

Taken from GTK/Ximian www.ximian.org, released under GPL.
GNOME Icons for jEdit (gnome_jedit_icons.jar v0.1 by yogi)
Submitted by yogesh_4u on Thursday, 17 June, 2004 - 12:41
Based on recent post by some one I just created Gnome icons for jEdit 4.2 Put this file in the directory $JAVA_HOME\jre\lib\ext Gnome icons will be used automatically by jEdit instead of defaults one. n-joy :)
LaTeX mode bug fix (latex.xml v1.2 by Thomas Alspaugh)
Submitted by alspaugh on Wednesday, 9 June, 2004 - 19:30
Correctly highlights single-character accents, most notably \", whether or not the character is in {}. v1.1 required the character to be in {}.
JavaCore-aware JCompiler Plugin (JCompiler.zip v1.6.1 by Doug Breaux)
Submitted by doug on Tuesday, 1 June, 2004 - 02:59
I created a JavaCore-aware version of JCompiler. First, I created a 4.2 version of JCompiler and called it 1.6.0 in its .props file. (The Plugin Central version is 1.5.0). I did put this version into CVS, but I forgot to ask the current maintainer's permission, so I may need to back that out.

In the meantime, I created a local version I called 1.6.1 that added basic interaction with JavaCore. It requires JavaCore and obtains its classpath and sourcepath from that plugin. However, I also provided and registered a simple JavaCore JCompilerClasspathSource implementation that simply uses the existing JCompiler OptionPane HistoryTextFields as the source.

If "JCompiler" is selected in JavaCore's option pane, JCompiler behaves exactly as it does today, except that I've rearranged the option pane to put classpath and sourcepath at the bottom.

If something other than "JCompiler" is selected in JavaCore, the JCompiler classpath and sourcepath fields on its option pane are disabled and a JLabel is added explaining that fact.

NOTE: Either way, the other JCompiler "classpath" options will still be added to what JavaCore returns: Required Library Path, Output Directory, and package of current source file.

I can see that this behaviour, as well as some others, are things some people might like to see done differently, and that's fine. Hopefully this is at least a good starting point and maybe even immediately beneficial to people wanting to use the Ant ClasspathSource implementation.

I'm uploading a zip with both the source and the compiled jar.

A Neater jEdit icon for Windows (jedit.ico v1.0 by Anthony Roy)
Submitted by antroy on Friday, 21 May, 2004 - 15:01
A version of the default jEdit icon, but with the white surplus around the edges trimmed away. Includes 32x32 and 16x16 images.
Submitted by Anonymous on Thursday, 1 January, 1970 - 00:00
n/a
LilyPond mode (lilymode.xml v2.2.0 by Bertalan Fodor)
Submitted by fodber on Saturday, 24 January, 2004 - 09:01
Edit mode for LilyPond, the GNU Project music typesetter.
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