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Re: Antelope w/ 4.2 on Windows

Author Dale Anson <danson at germane-software dot com>
Full name Dale Anson <danson at germane-software dot com>
Date 2004-03-12 09:44:37 PST
Message Hmm, the console thing has annoyed me for a while. I thought it was the
Console plugin or the ErrorList plugin causing the focus change. I'll
look deeper into the ConsolePluginHandler class, but my initial reaction
is I think I like it better with the line commented out as you suggested.

Dale


Joshua Marinacci wrote:

> I've gotten it working. Thanks go to Dale Anson for his help.
>
> I've discovered two issues. My first problem was caused by a space
> in the path to my Ant installation. Moving it from my home directory
> to c:/apache-ant/ fixed it.
>
> The second was a bit trickier. I have the latest versions of Antelope
> and CodeAid installed. When I trigger a popup in CodeAid I start typing
> the name of the method I want to expand. On the second keystroke (not
> sure why it doesn't happen on the first) the console will open and
> steal the focus, forcing me to click back with the mouse. If I continue
> typeing it happens again, effectively rendering CodeAid useless.
>
> After some code hacking I discovered it's two things. First, CodeAid
> prints debugging output to the console as it works, so a new line is
> printed for each keystroke. Secondly, Antelope seems to listen for
> events and shows the console whenever an event occurs.
>
> Commenting out line 73 of the ConsolePluginHandler class
>
> // bring the console to the front
> //showConsole( );
>
> fixes it. I don't know if this will break something else though.
>
> With that change CodeAide and Antelope play together just fine
> and I haven't noticed any adverse effects.
> Thanks for your help guys.
> - Joshua
>
> Joshua Marinacci wrote:
>
>> Hi. I'm having trouble using Antelope under Windows with cygwin with
>> JEdit 4.2.
>> Both the binary dist and compiled from source give me an error saying
>> it needs another jar located in C:\Documents. If I start JEdit
>> from the command line it get three lines about missing jars. One for
>> C:\Documents, one for 'and', and one for 'Settings', which leads me
>> to believe that somewhere the code is parsing the home directory and
>> spliting it on space boundaries, which fails if there is a space in
>> your path. Sadly changing the home directory to C:/ via the command line
>> doesn't solve the problem.
>>
>> Is there any way to get Antelope to work with jEdit 4.2 under Windows?
>> Thanks,
>> - Joshua
>>
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Antelope w/ 4.2 on Windows Joshua Marinacci <joshy at joshy dot net> Joshua Marinacci <joshy at joshy dot net> 2004-03-10 18:50:44 PST
     Re: Antelope w/ 4.2 on Windows Joshua Marinacci <joshy at joshy dot net> Joshua Marinacci <joshy at joshy dot net> 2004-03-12 07:07:44 PST
         Re: Antelope w/ 4.2 on Windows Dale Anson <danson at germane-software dot com> Dale Anson <danson at germane-software dot com> 2004-03-12 09:44:37 PST
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