No, it doesn't

Alan Ezust wrote:
It sounds like you used the platform independent installer instead of the windows installer.
The windows installer does create a .exe for you to associate with file extensions.

--alan


On 2/17/07, Bob Fletcher <robert.h.fletcher@ieee.org> wrote:
Sirs:

I have just begun experimenting with jEdit (Version 4.3pre9 using java
1.6.0) on my Windows XP machine.
It is a very impressive program, that I hope to adopt for my main text
editor.

However, I can't resolve the problem of associating jEdit with a file
type so that when I double-click on a file it opens the file with jEdit.
(Right-clicking on the file gives the option of opening the file with
jEdit, and this works fine.)
I tried to associate the file type with jedit.jars and that does not work.
I tried associating it with jedit.bat and that sort of works. When I
double click on a file, it quickly opens and closes an extra window.
This is annoying; but I could live with it, except that, occasionally,
it fails completely.  I am currently using a modification of the
furnished .bat file

The FAQ under Usage Questions, File Management mentions jEditLauncher
and jedit.exe. Apparently, I missed something since I don't believe I
have a jedit.exe file anywhere. This is probably something very simple,
but I really would like to get this working correctly.

The archives have several references to this issue, but I have not found
a solution.

Thanks,

Bob

Robert. H. Fletcher, PhD
robert.h.fletcher@ieee.org



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