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icon5.gif  Where do I find the Class(es) that Eclipse uses to write Manifest files? [message #1740889] Fri, 19 August 2016 12:20
Henrik Seifert is currently offline Henrik SeifertFriend
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Hey there,

I am developing a small tool to update version numbers in the Manifest files of our PDE project.

I have the problem that the Manifest files I update are written in an ugly format (see https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=116154) by java.utils.jar.Manifest.

If our developers use the eclipse auto completion feature to add dependencies or something else to the manifest, eclipse rewrites them with nice line breaks after each dependency declaration.

Is there some way I can utilize this mechanism in order not to destroy the structure if I only change one line?

Thanks for your help,
Henrik
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