Release Notes: Many enhancements and numerous bugfixes were done since 4.3pre2. API changes were made.
Release Notes: A new auto indent engine and a faster file system browser were added. Various minor feature improvements and bugfixes were made.
Release Notes: Multiple line fields in the search and replace dialog box. A "Repeat Last Macro" command. Wrapping at the window width is now supported if the wrap margin is set to 0. Dockable windows for viewing registers and markers. Improved rectangular selection. Various bugfixes. This release requires Java 2 version 1.4 or later; Java 2 version 1.3 is no longer supported.
No changes have been submitted for this release.
Release Notes: This version adds a VIM/Emacs-style "kill ring". Quick copy now works between text areas. The favorites list can now contain files. The new 4.2-style plugin loader and API have undergone some improvements. There is a new version of BeanShell bundled. Some new syntax highlighting modes were added. There are also many minor enhancements, usability improvements, optimizations, and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This version features a new plugin loader, remembers register contents, multiple open windows, and split windows across editing sessions, improves rectangular selection, improves the syntax highlighting engine, and adds a few new syntax modes: "Action bar", similar to emacs minibuffer, and VI :ex commands. The file system browser has improved keyboard navigation and shows file size, permissions, and modification time. Window docking is more intuitive. There are also various optimizations and bugfixes.
Release Notes: Some of the highlights are a more streamlined user interface, enhanced auto indent and syntax highlighting, enhanced rectangular selection, a categorized plugin list in the plugin manager's "install plugins" dialog box, and improved documentation.
Release Notes: Searchable help, customizable status bar, multiple result sets in the HyperSearch Results window, and various bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release adds regular expression matching, syntax highlighting rules, and CHILL syntax highlighting, improves AWK, CSS, COBOL, and Perl syntax highlighting, and also contains assorted usability enhancements and bugfixes.
Release Notes: Improvements were made to the rectangular selection, auto indent, search and replace, printing, and syntax highlighting features. Various user interface tweaks, performance enhancements, and code cleanups were also made. Wheel mouse support under JDK 1.4 no longer requires a separate plugin to be installed, and various improvements were made to make jEdit run better on Mac OS X.