Plugin beta versions
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Updated on 04/27/2004 - 12:58
Updated on 12/14/2005 - 15:45
Updated on 11/30/2011 - 03:30
Updated on 07/18/2006 - 23:07
Updated on 08/23/2009 - 18:39
Updated on 08/23/2009 - 03:14
A dataprovider for the new SwitchBuffer, which is currently in beta and can be found here, to make it possible to change the editmode of a buffer, by using SwitchBuffer.
You can get the source by using DARCS:
$ darcs get http://dev.budts.be/darcs/jedit/EditmodesForSwitchBuffer
Also available from http://dev.budts.be/releases/jedit/EditmodesForSwitchBuffer/
Updated on 09/26/2005 - 22:08
- In case of tag collisions, the tags found can be displayed in a dockable window instead of a popup. The 'Tag List' dockable can be opened from the plugin menu and docked in one of the 4 docking positions (or float) like any other jEdit dockable. When the dockable is open, tag collisions will be displayed in the dockable instead of the popup.
- The Tag List dockable allows quick filtering by tag attributes (when present in the tag files). This allows you to quick reach the tag you're interested in when there are many tags with the same name, which is common in object oriented languages. The "Filter" menu at the top left of the dockable lets you filter by attribute values.
- A new option pane - Actions - was added, allowing you to create custom "follow tag" actions which resolve tag collisions by apply a list of filters, each keeping only those tags having a specific attribute value. This way, you can create an action like "Follow function definition" (which would follow tags whose "kind" attribute is "function" or "method") and another action like "Follow function declaration" (which would follow tags whose "kind" attribute is "prototype", or "function" if there are no tags with a "prototype" kind).
- A new option is available in the General option pane, to use line numbers for following tags (when specified in the tag files). This is useful for object oriented languages, where the same tag can be defined multiple times in the same file, each time under a different class, with the exact same signature. It is also useful for differentiating between function declarations and definitions.
- Fixed the display of function signatures (when specified in the tag files) in the tag collision list.
Updated on 10/14/2007 - 12:10
Updated on 08/28/2009 - 19:46
Updated on 05/24/2012 - 11:40