Plugin beta versions
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Updated on 08/02/2005 - 22:44
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.
Updated on 06/01/2004 - 03:18
Updated on 07/09/2004 - 02:26
- 14 Feb 2006: updated jar file, should fix the problem mentioned about the beanshell/gotodockable error.
- 17 Feb 2006: apparently I compiled the previous file with Java 1.5. I've recompiled with Java 1.4 and updated the jar.
- 24 Feb 2006: removed the menu item to show the structure browser, use the SideKick menu item instead. Updated code completion, it's better, but it's still not complete.
- 30 Mar 2006: JavaSideKick 2.0.2 is out, the attached is 2.1.0. More updates to code completion, and added ability to show javacc files in the tree.
- 13 Apr 2006: Attached JavaSideKick 2.1.1, as usual, more minor updates to code completion, some clean up of the javacc browser.
Updated on 04/14/2006 - 04:52
Updated on 12/23/2003 - 09:06
Updated on 01/11/2005 - 11:05
Updated on 01/11/2005 - 11:13
To install it, open the attached zip file. It contains:
- The RemoteControl plugin for jEdit - RemoteControl.jar - which you should copy to ~/.jedit/jars (or %HOMEDRIVE%%HOMEPATH%\.jedit\jars on Windows).
- The Android application - AndroidRemoteControl.apk - which you should install on your Android device (adb install ...).
- Configure the ip, tcp port and pincode (from the RemoteControl plugin option pane), then click Connect.
- You can now use the following gestures: drag right => next buffer, drag left => prev buffer, draw an 'x' (without lifting the finger) => close buffer.
- You can click any of the buffer names to make it the current buffer.
Any ideas for extending this app? Feel free to suggest.
Updated on 09/19/2011 - 11:14
Updated on 02/23/2004 - 13:55
Updated on 03/19/2004 - 12:27