Nested plugin for jedit
The Nested plugin allows to control the background color
a chunk of code that is not the same language as the
language of the buffer. For example java code inside a jsp file, ...
The settings are stored in the plugin directory in a file called
settings.txt that looks like the one below, one line
per association mode,submode,color (in hex format)
When a new file that contain sub languages is open in jedit,
the nested plugin will detect it and add a line to the settings,
the color is chosen to be the same as the default view background
so that by default, the buffer looks exactly the same as if the
plugin was not there.
The plugin also provides a dockable window that displays the
current settings in a table, one line per settings. The user
can change the color for a particular setting by clicking on the
color column (third column) of the table.