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Topic: Bug in arduino-ide with java-6 on linux(ubuntu) (Read 970 times) previous topic - next topic

wayoda

Hi,
there seems to be a problem running the arduino-ide on ubuntu.

In the editor all menu-shortcuts like Ctrl-x Ctrl-v Ctrl-f are not handled correctly when the software
is run with Java-Version-6 on ubuntu 7.10 (Feisty Fawn).

The action from the menu is performed as expected, but after that the key for the command is printed
in the editor.
Example:
I mark a line in the Editor;
I hit Ctrl-X;
The line is removed, but the letter 'x' is printed into that line.

This affects all commands-sequences you call from the keyboard.
(Ctrl-f for find brings up the search-dialog, but also inserts the letter 'f' into the code.)
Selecting the same commands directly from the menu with the mouse does not bring up the error.

I suspect the processing.app.syntax.JEditTextArea has to be updated to be compatible with Java-6.

The error goes away if I downgrade my JavaRuntime to Version 5.

The error exists (at least) on both Version 0007 and 0008 of the ide.

Eberhard


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