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When formatting xml - if I want 'no wrapping' is only option to set to 999? [message #185206] Mon, 18 December 2006 23:53 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: rickcr.gmail.com

I want to be able to format my xml files so that they are indented
correctly, blank lines removed, etc. What I don't want is for any lines
to wrap. Apparently in order to accomplish this I have to set a large
wrap lines margin limit - like 999 (can't do over 999). I've tried 0 and
that doesn't work and there doesn't appear to be a setting for "don't
wrap lines."

Is there a "don't wrap" lines that I'm missing somewhere? I can get by
for now using 999 wrap margin, but that's sort of a hack in my opinion,
since if I did for some reason end up with a long line above 999 I might
not want it to wrap either.
Re: When formatting xml - if I want 'no wrapping' is only option to set to 999? [message #185286 is a reply to message #185206] Tue, 19 December 2006 21:50 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: eclipse5.rizzoweb.com

Rick R wrote:
> I want to be able to format my xml files so that they are indented
> correctly, blank lines removed, etc. What I don't want is for any lines
> to wrap. Apparently in order to accomplish this I have to set a large
> wrap lines margin limit - like 999 (can't do over 999). I've tried 0 and
> that doesn't work and there doesn't appear to be a setting for "don't
> wrap lines."
>
> Is there a "don't wrap" lines that I'm missing somewhere? I can get by
> for now using 999 wrap margin, but that's sort of a hack in my opinion,
> since if I did for some reason end up with a long line above 999 I might
> not want it to wrap either.

I recommend entering a feature request in Bugzilla.

Eric
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