LaTeX mode (latex.xml v1.1 by Thomas Alspaugh)
Submitted by Wednesday, 24 March, 2004 - 12:21
Highlights all environments, commands, and counters from Lamport's LaTeX2e and some of amstex and other popular packages. The five principal modes (normal, math, tabbing, tabular, and picture) are distinguished, mode transitions handled, and each mode's commands highlighted separately. Approximately 970 items are covered.
LazyFolds plugin (LazyFolds.jar v0.3 by Robert Fletcher)
Submitted by Tuesday, 16 December, 2003 - 10:24
Toggle Split (Toggle_Split.bsh v0.5 by Claudio Vicari)
Submitted by Monday, 15 March, 2004 - 16:30
Switches the main split pane between two open views, splits the pane if it's not already splitted
Select Between Quotes (Select_Between_Quotes.bsh v1.0 by Lee Turner)
Submitted by Thursday, 11 March, 2004 - 15:19
Beanshell macro to simply select all the text between two quotes (").
RDoc (Ruby documentation) edit mode v0.2 (rdoc.xml v0.2 by Rob McKinnon)
Submitted by Saturday, 6 March, 2004 - 20:54
Edit mode for files using RDoc markup
. Useful if you are writing RDoc content for RubLog, a Ruby weblog application.
Perhaps these edit rules can be incorporated into the Ruby edit mode file eventually.
VHD syntax highlighting mode fix (vhdl.xml v1.1 ?? by Pieter Kapsenberg & previous authors)
Submitted by Thursday, 4 March, 2004 - 05:33
In VHDL, a single apostrophe ' is used in the following case: <signal name>'event where <signal name> can be any predifined signal (its like a variable). The bug is of course that the VHD highlighter thinks this is a single quote opeing a string, thus highlighting the rest of the line.
An easy rule would be to just check for the word "event" after a single quote.
Here is the required update for vhd.xml - the following should replace the single quote span:
<SPAN_REGEXP HASH_CHAR="'" NO_LINE_BREAK="TRUE" TYPE="LITERAL1">
Screenshot of current error
Display Shortcuts (Display_Shortcuts.bsh v3.2.2 by John Gellene)
Submitted by Thursday, 26 February, 2004 - 20:28
Displays the abbreviations registered for each of jEdit's editing modes. The macro provides a read-only view of the abbreviations contained in the Abbreviations option pane. Pressing a letter key will scroll the table to the first entry beginning with that letter. A further option is provided to write a selected mode's abbreviations or all abbreviations in a text buffer for printing as a reference. Notes in the source code listing point out some display options that are configured by modifying global variables.
Toggle Word Wrap (Toggle Word Wrap.bsh v1.0 by Lee Turner)
Submitted by Thursday, 26 February, 2004 - 09:44
Beanshell macro to toggle word wrap for the current buffer in the order of none, hard, soft.
XInsert fixed for 4.2 (XInsert.tgz vI have no by Nathan Tenney)
Submitted by Wednesday, 25 February, 2004 - 01:40
I made a one line fix to XInsert to get it to load in jEdit 4.2pre9.
ToggleHeaderSource.bsh v1 by Vladimir Avdonin
Submitted by Tuesday, 24 February, 2004 - 03:09
Toggles current buffer between header and source. Both files should have same file name. Header extensions are .h*, sources are .c*
Both files has to be currently open for magic to work. Otherwise nothing will happen.
Serving suggestion: A+BACK_QUOTE
LaTeXTools Urgent Bug Fix. (LaTeXTools.jar v0.5.1 by Anthony Roy)
Submitted by Monday, 23 February, 2004 - 13:55
Version 0.5 of the plugin replaced the General Options pane in jEdit's Global Options with its own General Options. This release fixes that bug.
switchLineSeparatorForAllBuffers.bsh v0.2 by Saimon Moore
Submitted by Thursday, 19 February, 2004 - 19:35
Displays a dialog which allows you to switch the line separators of either:
- All open buffers in current view
- All files (recursive) in a specified directory
- All files in a ProjectViewer project which you select
Update: Added filter and now the macro will only close files which are not already open.
Please feel free to update and improve on this...
listMarkers.bsh v0.1 by Saimon Moore
Submitted by Thursday, 19 February, 2004 - 19:38
Displays a dialog similar to the hypersearch dialog
which list all the markers set in the current buffer. Clicking on the entry
takes you to the marker in the buffer.
Please feel free to improve on the presentation ;)
TADS mode (tads.xml v0.1 by Saimon Moore)
Submitted by Thursday, 19 February, 2004 - 19:31
A syntax highlighting mode for the TADS (Text Adventure Design System) interactive fiction authoring system (See this
for more details).
Toggle Read Only (Toggle_Read_Only.bsh v1.0 by Ollie Rutherfurd)
Submitted by Wednesday, 18 February, 2004 - 02:32
Updated on 02/18/2004 - 02:36
Submitted by Monday, 9 February, 2004 - 02:30
DocSynch is a collaborative editing system on top of IRC. By transforming single-user editors into multi-user editors, it allows to remotely edit text documents together. This plugin for jEdit is the first and the reference implementation.
You will need the IRC Plugin 2.0 and an IRC Server for communication. Currently you cannot edit in real-time, but you have to acquire a lock for a document before you can edit it. Improvements and new features concerning locking and real-time editing are planned for the next releases.
UPLOADING DOES NOT WORK FOR SOME REASON. PLEASE DOWNLOAD at the sourceforge project for DocSynch: http://docsynch.sourceforge.net
Javacc mode syntax def (javacc.xml v0.1 by Tom Wilczak)
Submitted by Friday, 6 February, 2004 - 18:59
Syntax defintion file for javacc grammars.
-Modified version of java.xml that identifies tokens as keywords.
Definitely version .1, but it gets the job done.
Validate HTML (check_html1.bsh v1.00 by Lars Naber)
Submitted by Wednesday, 28 January, 2004 - 12:02
A Beanshell macro to check html files with an external software using the Console plugin.
You have to change the path to the checker in the macro for your needs.
RDF/OWL Mode (rdf.xml v1.0 by Ivan Herman)
Submitted by Sunday, 1 February, 2004 - 17:09
To be used for RDF (Resource Description Framework) and OWL (Web Ontology Language) XML applications. For the
details of these XML Applications, used for the Semantic Web, see the Semantic Web Home page of the
World Wide Web Consortium: http://www.w3.org/2001/sw/.
This edit mode simply highlights the RDF/RDFS/OWL tags and attributes. Nothing fancy.
XP icons for jEdit (jedicons.jar v1.1 by Alain)
Submitted by Thursday, 29 January, 2004 - 03:07
A new release of XP icons for jEdit 4.2
Put this file in the directory $JAVA_HOME\jre\lib\ext
XP icons will be used automatically by jEdit instead of defaults one.