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After giving myself kind of a hard time I've commited
the new version of the CheckStylePlugin to the jedit
This release has the ability to check all the opened
buffers that are in java mode as an enhancement to the
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CheckStyle 3.5 (checkstyle-all-3.5.jar in cvs)
(should be bundled, build.xml copies it to install.dir)
This plugin uses the new jEdit plugin api, as well as
checkstyle api, which makes it possible to use it with
checkstyle 4.0 (cvs) which has a rudimentary support for
It can check the actual buffer, as well as all the
that are in java mode.
In jEdit CVS:
Module Name: plugins/CheckStyle
Thanks! It's packaged, and went pretty easily, but I don't
know how to use it. Can you give me a quick test to see if
it's working? Adding help documentataion would be useful.
Hi Jeff !
You're right ! Not having the plugin documented in the first
place can be considered as a bug :( I'll provide some
documentation as soon as I befriend with the docbook setup
in the plugin repos.
To test the plugin you need to provide it with a valid
CheckStyle configuration. (Plugin Options/CheckStyle).
You can download the common CheckStyle config from here:
Thanks for your work !
Actually, you can just put it in html and include it in the
jar file directly. The JCompiler plugin does it that way.
He has an index.html file in the same directory as his
build.xml file and his 'dist' target in ant looks like:
<target name="dist" depends="compile">
It's in the plugins CVS repository if you want to play with it.
Packaged and tested. Thanks for your patience, Oliver.