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jEditor

jEditor is a simple text editor with syntax highlighting. It is designed to be used as a library in Java applications. The code is based on the jEdit syntax package (http://syntax.jedit.org/), which is provided with an MIT license.

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  •  09 Apr 2012 23:43

    Release Notes: The editor now ensures that there are no remaining edits in the undo manager after a setText.

    •  08 Apr 2012 15:48

      Release Notes: This release works only with Java 6 or more. Generification of the code. An Undo/Redo mechanism (Ctrl-Z and Ctrl-Y).

      •  03 Nov 2010 03:13

        Release Notes: This version allows you to use the mouse wheel in the editor to scroll in the text.

        •  17 Oct 2010 23:36

          Release Notes: This is a minor version that allows you to set the tab size for the tabspace key externally in the CodeEditor defaults, and has an example of this in the standalone editor application.

          •  16 Oct 2010 13:08

            Release Notes: This version adds some forgotten files which prevented the standalone application from working and makes the tabspace key work in the editor. Upgrading is strongly encouraged.

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