|Re: XML custom conde formatter [message #519753 is a reply to message #514708]
||Tue, 09 March 2010 20:46
| Nitin Dahyabhai
Registered: July 2009
Simone Pezzano wrote:|
> Hello everyone.
> The basic code formatter in XML/XSL editing does not behave in a
> hierarchical way.
> If I type : <element> and hit return, the cursor ends up just under the
> "<" instead of moving a tab forward, to show the hierarchical
> relationship with the parent node (like Java editor would do, in
> presence of a curly bracket).
Actually, this isn't the formatter at all, it's the automatic
indentation strategy being used, and that may be the cause for the
discrepancy. Some enhancements have been made for the Helios
release, so you might want to try out a recent milestone to see if
it's working more the way you want. Otherwise a feature request in
Bugzilla's the best way to get things kick-started. If nothing
else, it gives us a place to help guide your contributions and to
attach patches to.
Eclipse WTP Source Editing
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