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JVMStats For jEdit is a simple and easy-to-use jEdit plugin intended for users who want to view the JVM (Java Virtual Machine) status.
JVMStats For jEdit displays a graph that will show how much memory is currently used by the JVM, as well as the number of running threads. It also allows you to clean unnecessary memory in the JVM.







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JVMStats For jEdit automatically updates when JVM memory is being cleaned up.
The number of Java threads in the JVM are shown in the graph to give the user an idea about how the JVM is behaving.
The memory status of the JVM is updated in real-time.

Now Version 1.0 of this plugin is out. The plugin is now capable of obtaining memory, threads and many other useful information from real-time JVMs.


Platform plugins


A table summarizes the features of this plugin.

* *Memory management* The plugin can report how much memory has been freed by the garbage collector as a result of the cleanup.
* *Java threads* The thread count is shown in the graph.
* *System memory* The memory size is shown in the graph.
* *CPU Usage* CPU usage is indicated in the graph.
* *Core list* Core counts are shown in the graph.
* *Memory usage* CPU and memory usage can be shown in the graph.


JVMStats For jEdit is designed with ease-of-use in mind. The plugin is free from any destructive changes to the JVM. The plugin does not slow down the JVM and does not cause any performance issues.


Feature not currently supported:
Listing threads
Checking JVM heap size

Functionality not currently implemented:
Core list



External links
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JVMStats For jEdit was created to help users understand what is going on with their JVM. It displays a graph that shows how much memory is currently used by the JVM, as well as the number of running threads. JVMStats For jEdit also allows you to clean unnecessary memory in the JVM.

JVMStats for jEdit can be very useful if you are running a Java application where performance is a bit sluggish.

Instructions on how to install JVMStats for jEdit:

1. Install JVMStats For jEdit from the project’s website. [
2. Extract the downloaded archive file. It will be a folder, not a zip file.
3. Drag and drop the contents of the folder on to a location that you can easily access.
4. You may now create an icon for JVMStats For jEdit by using a program such as Photoshop. However, you should give it a good name so that you will remember which Java application it belongs to.
5. You can now run JVMStats For jEdit whenever you need it. Enjoy!

JVMStats For jEdit supported versions:

Win: Windows 95, 98, NT, 2000, Me, XP, Vista.

Mac: OS X 10.0 or later.

Win Mac: Linux x86/x86_64 Ubuntu.

Download the latest JVMStats For jEdit from the project’s website.

# What’s New:

JVMStats For jEdit v0.28

– New version
– Only 64 bit

# Available Options:

JVMStats For jEdit v0.26

– Switching to 64 bit

# Bugs fixed:

JVMStats For jEdit v0.26

– Fix JVMStats for jEdit’s bug.
– Update the tool to the latest version.
– Remove the unsafe remove command.

JVMStats For jEdit v0.25

– Fix a bug regarding QuickJMX.

JVMStats For jEdit v0.24

– Fix some bugs and the following version is available with some updates:
– Now includes jEdit 3.0.0 and jEdit 3.0.1.

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– 100% Java Standard Edition, SDK 6
– Latest version
– All windows can be moved by dragging
– Saves statistics in an XML file
– Filter the JVM memory – a detail view with a memory map of the virtual machine
– Filter the JVM threads – a detail view with a thread map of the virtual machine
– Do not touch the entire JVM
– User friendly
– Notify you of the operation
– User customizable configuration
– Multiple graphing possibilities
– Multiple widget sizes
– Customizable background colors
– Available for all JVM versions
– Available for JVM Monitoring
– Available for a wide variety of JVM versions
– Can be used with most jEdit extensions

Important: The plugin has been tested and works with jEdit versions 7.3 up to the latest jEdit versions available in the jEdit Plugin Pack.


You are free to use JVMStats For jEdit in any software product you develop. You are however required to make available to users of your product both the JVMStats For jEdit plugin and the library that your product uses to create your own JVM stats graphs.

You simply need to paste the code into a text field (File > Preferences > User Config File).
For the sizes of your graphs, try this code:

And for the memory limit:

What’s New In JVMStats For JEdit?

You can also see how much memory is used by each class, and view the graphs in a running mode if you specify the running options.
The video shows how to use the plugin. This is the first demo video. There will be more in the future. Feel free to contact me for help.


Change log

Version 1.6 – July 18, 2018 –
Updated startup images to show what the
button does on Windows 7 and Windows 10.
Added feature to clear all saved memory
on startup.
Fixed bug with new plugin layout in Windows
Corrected the label in the GUI to specify
the total memory used by the JVM.
Corrected the memory graph label in Windows


System Requirements:

Processor: Intel® Core™ i7-4790 or AMD® FX-9370
Memory: 8GB (12GB for Nvidia® GeForce™ GTX 1060)
Graphics: Nvidia® GeForce® GTX 1060 or AMD Radeon™ RX 470 (1GB VRAM)
Storage: 2GB available space
DirectX®: 11
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Sound: DirectX® Compatible Digital Sound Card
HDD space: 4.0GB available space
Additional Notes: PCRE


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