I finally got JEdit working, but I can't figure out how to get it to run the script, can someone shed some light on this? And also, can IRB be ran from within JEdit? NOTE: I do have the Console plugin installed. Also, JEdit freezes up for about 30 secs when I start it. After that everything is fine. I think it is connecting to the Internet on startup and this is causing the freeze, because if I disable my NIC card, JEdit comes right up with now problems. How do you stop it from doing this? Thanks
on 2006-05-25 10:59
on 2006-05-26 01:47
I'm not sure which script your talking about, but if your talking about running whatever script is currently displaying, just use Macro->Misc->Run Script. If your using it a lot you'll want to go to the Global Options and assign it a shortcut (in Shortcuts, select Macros). -Rob K.
on 2006-05-26 06:07
On 5/25/06, ReggW <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > [snip] > Also, JEdit freezes up for about 30 secs when I start it. > > After that everything is fine. > > I think it is connecting to the Internet on startup and this is causing > the freeze, because if I disable my NIC card, JEdit comes right up with > now problems. > > How do you stop it from doing this? It's been a while since I've used jEdit, but I think there's a feature that lets you check for plug-in updates. You might have your preferences set to check for these updates upon startup. By the way, you may want to try out the jEdit Ruby plug-in: http://rubyjedit.org/