Macros written especially for jEdit. Currently jEdit has built-in support for macro scripts written in BeanShell, an interpreted dialect of Java. BeanShell is easy to learn, especially if you have experience with Java, C++, or other object-oriented languages. Using BeanShell macros can help automate routine tasks and can extend jEdit's features with a minimum of coding.
With the JythonInterpreter plugin, jEdit can also process scripts written in Python. These macros can also be used to make jEdit more productive for you.
BeanShell Macros (152)
Jython Macros (1)
Macro Bundles (9)
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Macro to insert comment token and indent (XEnter.bsh) (XEnter.bsh v0.1 by Gael Ecorchard (galou))
Submitted by Thursday, 30 August, 2007 - 12:51
insert new line, then behaves
either as normal insert enter and indent, if the line is a normal code line
or insert the line comment token and indent the line if the current line
is a comment
- use the macro at the end of a comment line
Best used with a shortcut like S-Enter
Updated on 08/30/2007 - 12:51
Macros for use with Progress 4GL (ProgressMacros.zip v1 by Patrick Tingen)
Submitted by Monday, 20 December, 2004 - 07:27
Some macros that can come in handy when working with Progress 4GL:
The macros are:
This macro converts keywords to lower case.
This macro converts keywords to upper case (surprise eh?)
This macro can make get and set functions for a variable. Place
the cursor on a line containing 'define variable ' and activate
the macro. It will create get and set macros. It also works with
multiple define statements. Just select all lines and activate
define variable CustomerName as character.
/* Name: getCustomerName
* Desc: Returns the value of CustomerName.
function: getCustomerName returns null:
end function. /* getCustomerName*/
/* Name: setCustomerName
* Desc: Sets the value of CustomerName.
function: setCustomerName returns logical (par1 as null):
assign CustomerName = par1.
end function. /* setCustomerName*/
This macro activates an advanced search command and gives
a list of all internal procedures, triggers and functions in
your code. It presents them using the hypersearch panel.
Updated on 12/20/2004 - 07:53
Macros for working with Partials (Partial_Macros.zip v0.2 by Panya)
Submitted by Friday, 2 March, 2007 - 22:04
Opens partial which name is selected (to select independently not necessarily if nothing is selected, selects the word under caret).
<%= render :partial => 'form' %> # select "form"(without quotes) and use macro will open _form.rhtml
Creates a partial from the selected text (asks for the partial name without _ and .rhtml) and replaces selected text with a <%= render :partial => 'partial_name' %> erb fragment.
Updated on 04/22/2007 - 19:10
mergLine macro (MergLine.bsh v1.0 by Jia Zhiming)
Submitted by Wednesday, 14 April, 2004 - 10:05
The macro merg lines of text into one comma divided line similar to " in ('a','b','c')" and copy the line. It works with line containing numbers or text. so " in (1,2.2,4.35)" also possible. It is mainly to help create SQL from some existing data.
Updated on 04/14/2004 - 10:05
Model/Controller Switcher for RoR developers (toggle_model_controller.bsh v0.1 by vovan)
Submitted by Monday, 15 May, 2006 - 10:40
The macros opens a Controller file in the current buffer if you're editing a Model and vice versa.
Updated on 05/15/2006 - 10:40
Open Selection with Extension (Open_Selection_with_Extension.bsh v1.0 by Gael Ecorchard)
Submitted by Thursday, 19 March, 2009 - 08:25
Opens the file which base name is the selected text and which extension is identical to the one of the file where the text is selected - creates the file if it does not exist.
Updated on 03/19/2009 - 08:25
Paste_Around (Paste_Around.bsh v0.2 by Gael Ecorchard (galou))
Submitted by Tuesday, 28 August, 2007 - 12:57
Paste the content of register 'a' before the selection (prefix)
and the content of register 'e' after the selection (suffix)
- select the prefix part and paste it into register 'a' (C-r C-c a)
- select the suffix part and paste it into register 'e' (C-r C-c e)
- select something and use the macro. Works also with empty selection. Does
not work yet with multiple selections and rectangular ones (error message)
Best used with a shortcut like CS-v
Updated on 08/31/2007 - 07:02
perltidy.bsh v1.0 by Ygramul
Submitted by Saturday, 17 December, 2005 - 21:05
A quick way to `perltidy` the current buffer, results (and/or errors) being displayed in a new buffer.
Updated on 12/18/2005 - 00:37
PHP Lint Macro (PHP_Lint.bsh v1 by Unknown)
Submitted by Thursday, 1 April, 2004 - 21:59
Requires Console plugin. A BeanShell to syntax check your PHP buffer.
Updated on 04/01/2004 - 21:59
PYP5 macro to launch processing.py commando file (PYP5.xml v0.1 by Martin Prout)
Submitted by Wednesday, 11 September, 2013 - 12:45
Simple macro to use with processing.py commando file
Updated on 09/11/2013 - 12:45
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