First download JDK 1.6 and use that to run jEdit. I also add this tweak to the command line:
Also, remove the -server option. No clue if that is gonna help at all in JDK 1.6, but things are blazing fast without it and I assume Swing likes it without.
Next, download these plugins:
Next, follow the ruby plugin directions to get that up and running. If you are using Java, I would assume that you can find lots of help with that out in the ether.
Also, dock the Project Viewer window on the left of the screen.
I turn on the BufferTabs by default and set them on the right.
Okay, now start binding keys. Here are mine thus far:
Plugin: Project Viewer
|Show Project Viewer||Alt+1|
|Show Fast Open Window||Ctrl+n|
|Close current docking area||escape|
|Go to line||Ctrl+g|
This is about all I have thus far, but it looks to be pretty good. I’ll add more as I think of new stuff.