|Re: Can HTML/XML editors know to delete end tag when self-terminating? [message #222421 is a reply to message #222414]
||Tue, 30 September 2008 00:03
Originally posted by: dcarver.starstandard.org|
David M. Karr wrote:
> One thing that's always annoyed me in the XML and HTML editors is that
> when I do completion on a tag, it creates both the start and end tags,
> but if I want the element to self-terminate, I have to manually delete
> the end tag. I can't imagine I've missed an easier way to do this, but
> wouldn't it be handy if there was a quicker (or automatic) way to get
> the end tag removed when you self-terminate the start tag?
That should be working in Eclipse 3.4 and Web Tools 3.0. If you
self-terminate the tag, it will automatically delete the End tag if
there is no XML content between the tags. This at least works in the
XML editor, I don't know if it works in the HTML editor or not.
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