|Weird behavior with the editor. [message #758632]
||Thu, 24 November 2011 01:34
Registered: November 2011
I just installed the latest Indigo release, along with the PDT packages available via the software update in eclipse itself.
I'm running Linux x64 (arch linux)
Easiest way I can explain my problem is by adding some code here:
<?php foreach ($categories as $category): ?>
(HERE if I try to type <?, it outputs ?< with the cursor placed between '?' and '<'.
<?php endforeach; ?>
Notice on the second line. This is quite iritating. It also does it if I try any other HTML tag, for example trying to type <h1 will output h< with the cursor between the first 2 characters.
Any ideas on what could cause this?
(Note, I previously uninstalled Eclipse from my distrib. package management, along with everything stored in ~/.eclipse.)
|Re: Weird behavior with the editor. [message #760643 is a reply to message #760011]
||Sat, 03 December 2011 19:21
Registered: July 2009
Thanks Mark for the in depth explanation. I suffered the same bug. |
Thanks to "atlanto's" patch and your explanation on how to apply it.
It is notable that those Joomla! guys know how to write good
On 30.11.2011 17:40, Mark Dexter wrote:
> Thank you very much! This was driving me crazy with 3.7.1 PDT (Windows
> Vista 64-bit). Just to clarify for people who may not know how to
> install patches. Here are the steps:
> 1. Go to http://sourceforge.jp/users/atlanto/pf/eclipse/files/ and
> download the file pdt_tools.feature_patch.pdt.3.0.0.v20111128.zip.
> 2. In Eclipse, Help->Install New Software->Add->Local->Archive and point
> to the downloaded file. 3. Follow the Eclipse install wizard to install
> the patch to your system and re-start Eclipse.
> For me, this seems to solve the editor problem. Thanks!
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