PlEd is a programmable editor writtten in Java, which supports plugins. Plugins are included for regular expression search and replace, inserting the output of system commands and SQL queries, and more.
|Tags||Utilities Software Development Text Editors Text Processing Filters|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: A configurable interface was added to change the meaning of buttons for inverse meanings. Performance and memory usage were improved by using StringBuffer instead of Strings. The license was changed to GPL 3.0. Minor improvements were made to the IndentationPlugin and Tab2HtmlPlugin plugins.
Release Notes: Usability was improved. A few more plugins were added. A few performance improvements were made. An ant build style was written, replacing the old makefile.
Release Notes: In JDBCBatchPlugin and JDBCPlugin, the editing of the settings of a connection didn't result in an immediately changed driver, but changed the driver first when opening the configuration panel the next time. This has been fixed. The icons have been resized to 20x20, to fit in monitors smaller than 23".
Release Notes: This version adds a configurable interface, a native (C++) plugin, and a JDBC BatchCommand plugin which doesn't need a batch driver.
Release Notes: 3 Plugins were added. One produces setter- and getter Methods to marked Attributes, the second one trys to convert source-code to a html-table, by using columns instead of tabs. Three icons for existing Plugins were added. The migration to an interface is in progress, but not yet available.