From http://plugins.jedit.org/plugindoc/Console/#compile-run

Chapter 7. Invoking compilers and interpreters

Plugins>Console>Compile Current Buffer opens a mode-specific commando that should invoke a compiler suitable for compiling the current buffer.

Plugins>Console>Run Current Buffer opens a mode-specific commando that should invoke an interpreter suitable for running the current buffer.

Commandos can be associated with edit modes in the Console>Compile & Run pane of the Plugin Options dialog box.


There is also compile/run current project when you go to project properties.



On Wed, Sep 19, 2012 at 1:19 AM, Baudouin Le Charlier <baudouin.lecharlier@uclouvain.be> wrote:
  I would like to compile Pascal programs with JEDIT using the Console plugin and the Compile current buffer command but I do know how to tell JEDIT which command to execute. Thanks for any help.

Baudouin
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