On Windows 98 systems, "open with JEdit" fails if
$HOME is set to anything other than the Windows
installation. There may be other associated problems,
but this is the simplest.
This causes clashes if you are using cygwin.
Reason: the server file used for security is put in
the .jedit directory. In jEdit.java, where this is initially
created, the settings directory used is specified by line
On Win98, this goes to the Windows install.
In RegistryParser.cpp, where it is looked for when "Open
With" tries to connect to the server, the settings
directory used is specified by:
else // Win95/98/Me (lines 152-156)
if(0 == GetEnvironmentVariable("HOME",
Result: open with looks in the wrong place for the server
file, fails to find it, and therefore doesn't load your file.
Use your windows install directory as $HOME, and point
Fix: Change RegistryParser.cpp to look in WINDIR
directly, as on these systems Java user.home will be
$WINDIR not $HOME (AFAIK). So then:
else // Win95/98/Me (lines 152-155)
|Submitted||andrewlang - 2002-09-25 - 08:27:36z||Assigned||nobody|