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Eclipse Web Tools Platform 3.3 - New and Noteworthy
The Content Model View displays the content model of the currently selected node of the XML Editor. The content model can be navigated to explore Attributes and Elements and the min/max occurrences along with any datatypes that may be associated with the Elements.
The Documentation View displays any associated documentation for the currently selected node of the XML Editor along with its content model.
The XML Editor's Design page now has a context menu that can be contributed to. The menu ID to make contributes to is
New to this menu is the ability to adjust the sizes of the XML Editor's columns.
There is new support now to launch Rhino JavaScritp debugging with a single click!
A running debug session
Rhino debug configurations
If the source for a function variable is available, it will be formatted when displayed in the details pane of the Variables view.
The JSP Validator. The validation severity preference is available from the JSP Validation Preference page.
The HTML formatter has been reworked significantly to indent block-level elements to one deeper level than the parent element. A list of inline elements can be configured through preferences. These inline elements do not have its child nodes indented at a deeper level. The preference can be found under the Web > HTML Files > Editor node from Window > Preferences.
Formatting preferences for inline elements.
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