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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rp5.bsh v1.0 by monkstone
Submitted by Sunday, 15 December, 2013 - 08:21
Macro for setting GEM_HOME and GEM_PATH environmental variables and calling rp5 commando menu
Updated on 12/15/2013 - 08:21
Select Super Abbrev (Select_Super_Abbrevs.bsh v1.0 by Jim Morris)
Submitted by Sunday, 26 November, 2006 - 20:24
Type in part of an abbreviation and hit the shortcut (I use Alt-Space), and a list of all the abbreviations in the current mode that match is shown, you can then select the one you want.
You can choose another mode and it will show you the matching abbrevs from that mode, and you can select from that list.
Only works with the current beta of SuperAbbrevs.
Jedit >= 4.2final.
Updated on 11/26/2006 - 20:24
Taskbar macro (html_taskbar.bsh v1 by Jerome)
Submitted by Tuesday, 6 April, 2004 - 07:57
This macro illustrates the creation of a simple taskbar. In this example, the taskbar allows easy editing of HTML documents by inserting some tags, but it will be easily customized.
Updated on 04/06/2004 - 07:57
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