Are you planning a release to plugin central?
On Mon, 2004-02-02 at 10:39, Alexander Klimetschek wrote:
> I have created a sourceforge account for the DocSynch plugin:
> http://docsynch.sourceforge.net. It allows collaborative editing with
> jEdit (and other editors in the future), in conjunction with the IRC
> plugin. It transforms jEdit into a multi-user editor.
> I have release a new version, 1.0 beta4, which has many improvements
> over the last version (which was only available on the old community
> site - my old website went down, so I went ahead and moved to
> sourceforge). This release is working very well (AFAIK) and it is jEdit
> 4.2 compatible. Note that you will need the IRC plugin version 2.0
> (there is a 2.1 version, which is jedit 4.2 compatible, available at the
> docsynch website).
> Currently I am about to implement four different locking modes. The
> manual mode is the only one already available, where each user can grab
> a lock (or mutex or write access) for a document, when that lock is
> free. Additionaly I want to have auto-lock (start typing in the
> read-only buffer and the mutex is requested automatically) and master
> lock, where the master decides about who has locks and who not (ideally
> for a teaching situation).
> The most important mode is real-time, which needs no lock at all,
> because anyone can type at the same time. This is the same as it is
> possible with SubEthaEdit or Hydra, a text editor for MacOSX. It
> requires some complex algorithms developed by a small group of
> researchers in the last ten years (there isn't much interest in tools
> capable of that, I don't know why...).
> So stay tuned for a real-time collaborative editing plugin in the future!
> Alexander Klimetschek
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