JEditor / News: Recent posts

Version 0.4.8 released

Fix some cases where the SyntaxTokenizer class did not take into account the last line of the text

Posted by Hervé Girod 2016-12-12

Version 0.4.7 released

Add a syntax for CSS files

Posted by Hervé Girod 2016-12-06

Version 0.4.6 released

Fix the GPL source distrib not containing the manifest for the additional pack of syntaxes
Add a reset() method in the SyntaxMapper to reset the additionnal syntaxes
Add a syntax for Manifest files

Posted by Hervé Girod 2016-12-05

Version 0.4.5 released

Add the "enum" keyword in the Java syntax
Add several syntaxes for Eiffel, Patch files, Groovy, Povray, XPath, Ruby, and TeX languages
Add a way to install language syntaxes packs stored in jar files
Separate the core classes for the syntax parsing in a new "core" package
Add a SyntaxTokenizer allowing to create a StyledDocument from a plain document and a syntax
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Now work only with Java 7 and more

Posted by Hervé Girod 2016-12-04

Version 0.4.4 released

Support the CTRL-A for the selection of all the text

Posted by Hervé Girod 2014-10-09

Version 0.4.3 released

Make sure that there are no remaining edits in the undo manager after a setText

Posted by Hervé Girod 2012-04-09

Version 0.4.2 final released

- Now work only with Java 6 or more
- Generification of the code
- Add an Undo/Redo mechanism

Posted by Hervé Girod 2012-04-08

Version 0.4.2 Beta 1 released

This version allows to use the MouseWheel in the editor to scroll in the text

Posted by Hervé Girod 2010-11-03

Version 0.4.1 released

The version 0.4.1 is a minor version which allows to set the tabsize externally in the CodeEditor defaults, and add an example of this in the standalone editor application

Posted by Hervé Girod 2010-10-17

Version 0..4 released

This version adds some forgotten files which prevented the standalone application to work, and makes the backspace key working in the editor. Users are strongly encourages to use this version.

Posted by Hervé Girod 2010-10-16

Version 0.2 released

First 0.2 version released. As I used this version for a long time internally, it should work without major problems.The project comes with two licenses:
- an MIT license for all the code except the diff part
- a GPL license for the code including the diff part. The reason is that this part is based on GNU diff, which is GPL based

The code is based on the jEdit syntax package (http://syntax.jedit.org/), which is provided on a MIT license. It improve a bit on this old code, which was has not changed since 2000, since developers switched on jEdit, a much bigger text editor project.

Posted by Hervé Girod 2010-09-18

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