|Re: Use formatter while programmatically changing a document [message #1003730 is a reply to message #1003582]
||Mon, 21 January 2013 22:20
| Sebastian Zarnekow
Registered: July 2009
there was a bug in IXtextDocument#modify which sometimes yielded an
outdated resource. Workaround: Perform a dummy read before modifying the
Manually invoking the formatter is currently necessary. We do not
trigger the formatter for any modifying operation right now (besides an
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Am 21.01.13 16:04, schrieb Stephan Herrmann:
> This is kind of the inverse to a recent question in this forum:
> What I'm doing:
> - programmatically inserting elements into a model that is shown in a
> visible editor
> - using document.modify(IUnitOfWork) for the modification
> - finally calling editor.doSave(IProgressMonitor)
> (All this happens under my own control, independent of any quick fix or
> the like).
> What I want:
> - the text should be formatted according to the formatter configuration
> for that language
> What I get:
> - line breaks are correctly generated
> - indentation does not work
> Next I tried:
> - editor.doSave(monitor)
> This mostly works but in particular situations the document and its
> resource get out of sync resulting in broken inserts. At a closer look
> this sometimes happens when formatting added additional (whitespace)
> characters: the DefaultTextEditComposer still held onto a Resource with
> shorter content, hence indices don't match any longer and TextEdits
> garble the content.
> - I'm guessing the explicit doOperation(FORMAT) shouldn't be needed, right?
> - Can I specify SaveOptions with "formatting=true" when using
> document.modify() & editor.doSave()? (would that help?)
> - I guess doOperation(FORMAT) should still be allowed without creating
> garbage, right?
> I do have a workaround which includes sending notifyChanged() to the
> internal DefaultTextEditComposer. This re-syncs the resource stored in
> the composer and all is good. This is the only way I found for meeting
> the requirements, but it looks like an ugly hack.
> Am I missing s.t. obvious?
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