FoldPainter defines the interface for fold painters in the gutter.
A scroll listener will be notified when the text area is scrolled, either horizontally or vertically.
Fired when the text area needs to display a status message.
An interface for matching parts of a source file's stucture.
Class for representing AntiAlias values.
Manages low-level text display tasks, such as folding.
Buffer Listener for Elastic Tabstops.
A Swing TabExpander for Elastic Tabstops.
The gutter is the component that displays folding indicators and line numbers to the left of the text area.
An embeddable TextArea for jEdit plugins to use.
jEdit's text component.
The mouseHandler used for jEdit.
Similar to a javax.swing.ScrollPaneLayout, but not as restrictive on the components that can be added.
An abstract class that holds data on a region of selected text.
An ordinary range selection.
A rectangular selection.
jEdit's standalone text component.
The actionSet for standalone textArea.
Paints the structure match highlight.
A structure match, denoted by a start and end position.
Abstract TextArea component.
Subclasses of this class can perform custom painting and tool tip handling in the text area and gutter.
Standalone TextArea MouseHandler.
The text area painter is the component responsible for displaying the text of the current buffer.
Exception that the TextArea can throw when an error occurs.
Classes related to jEdit's TextArea.
Since jEdit 4.2, many TextArea classes have been split into a base and derived class. This is an attempt to make an API partition for the standalone text area. So for example:
The embeddable TextArea includes the packages "textarea", "buffer", "syntax", and should include nothing else. This means that for the standalone and abstract base classes, we should only use classes from that set.
To build the standalone textarea, "ant build-textArea", and you'll quickly see if you broke something by using a class that was not supposed to be used.