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BeanShell in classpath
Submitted by jossoj on Monday, 26 May, 2008 - 16:22
I've seen some suggestions about this error:

[error] BeanShell: You have BeanShell version 2.0-0.b1.6jpp in your CLASSPATH.
[error] BeanShell: Please remove it from the CLASSPATH since jEdit can only run with the bundled BeanShell version 2.0b1.1-jedit-1

when starting jedit, but the replies ans solutions seem to be specific for MacOS.
Could anyone tell me how to resolve this issue in linux (fedora 6, installation of jedit by rpm) ?

$ jedit -version
jEdit 4.2final

More specific: should I change something in the jedit startup script, in my environment variables, or do I have to remove the conflicting beanshell version ?

Thanks, Jos
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Installation of jedit4.3pre14
by jossoj on Tue, 27/05/2008 - 08:42
Installation of jedit4.3pre14 from the *.jar file on the jedit website solves the problem.

Just have to be modern enough Smiling
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