One of the biggest headaches I have with jEdit is needing multiple instances
to be able to work on multiple projects or sessions at the same time. With
UltraEdit this wasn't that expensive (in terms of CPU or memory), but that's
not the case with jEdit, unless I take pains to somehow start multiple
instances in the same JVM using Echidna or whatnot, but that's another layer
of instability that I don't need (the FTP plugin keeps me annoyed enough as
Why is it not proper to want a different set of open files in various views?
Maybe it could be called something different from a view, but this type of
functionality is highly desirable without having to have multiple jEdit's
running. Don't have to worry about settings/properties/prefs corruption for
How do you guys deal with a situation such as this where you want to work on
a different "sessions" or sets of files at the same time?
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