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Macro to sort lines like in Ultraedit?
Submitted by pdfneuro on Wednesday, 15 December, 2004 - 13:57
Hi, I just upload a jedit macro which is able to sort lines in ascending/descending order. Available options are
  • Remove duplicated lines
  • Ignore case sorting
Check it at http://community.jedit.org/?q=filestore/download/1943 and tell me if you find it usefull. Enjoy Smiling
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Remove Duplicate Lines dosent work for me
by Anonymous on Wed, 15/12/2004 - 15:56
Thanks for the macro. but i cant get Remove Duplicates to work.
I am using jEdit 4.2 final, Win XP, JDK 1.4.2_06.

one more thing is sort button dosent look normal.
 
FYI, TextTools should do all
by Anonymous on Wed, 15/12/2004 - 19:03
FYI, TextTools should do all of what this macro does, though it might take multiple steps.

For case-insensitive sort, use TextTools > Sort...

-Ollie
 
So it was already there.. and this also?
by pdfneuro on Thu, 16/12/2004 - 09:16
Thanks for the info.

Anyway, I practice a little Macro coding.. which is not a bad things.

And what about the cases macros I made? Are tey also already implemented? If yes, please tell me

Thanks Smiling
 
Where can I find the TextTools?
by p8er on Thu, 11/05/2006 - 08:03
Where is the TextTools mentioned above?
Which menu? or a Plugin?

Would you like to tell this?
 
TextTools is a plugin
by scaRFhogg on Thu, 05/04/2012 - 10:41
TextTools is a plugin
 
Macro to sort lines like in Ultraedit - bug?
by pdfneuro on Wed, 15/12/2004 - 17:19
Hi,

My configuration is jEdit 4.2 final Win XP, JDK 1.5.0

Is it possible that you try with java 1.5.0 and send me a feed back?

What do you mean by "sort button doesn't look normal?"
I used Eclipse 'Visual Editor to make the dialog box and everything seems normal. Strange.

regards,

Pascal
 
Ok i tried the jedit With JDK1.5
by Anonymous on Wed, 15/12/2004 - 22:24
OK I tried the jedit With JDK1.5. it still looked the same when I looked at the source code it made sense.


sortJButton.setSelected(true);


the above line was making it look different from all other buttons.
I think its very trivial thing. and doesn't require any more discussion.
 
bug fixed
by pdfneuro on Thu, 16/12/2004 - 09:32
Hi,

I have bug fixed the macro.
The updated file is still available here : http://community.jedit.org/?q=filestore/download/1943

Indeed, java 1.4.2 doesn't allow to call new TreeSet(Comparator c) with a null comparator.. but java 1.5.0 does.

Thanks for pointing that to me.

Bye Smiling
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