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Source Format and PHP Outline [message #81915] Tue, 14 October 2008 14:36 Go to next message
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i'm new to this newsgroup and to Eclipse with PDT. i hope this is the
right place to ask my questions :)

i've got Ganymede with the latest PDT 2.0 integration build
(I200809241021) and like it so far. however, there are two things i would
like to change to make me perfectly happy.

first, i think the "source format" action is really great, but there are
some annoyances in the resulting code style. for example,
turns into

(the underscores represent a tab, just in case this post would lose its

where can i change the formatting rules?

the other thing is that i would like the PHP Outline to show all classes
in the whole project, not only those defined in the current file. what do
i have to do to make it work this way?

thank you in advance
Re: Source Format and PHP Outline [message #82168 is a reply to message #81915] Fri, 17 October 2008 01:29 Go to previous message
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Originally posted by:

PDT doesn't support ordinary 'format' but it may be resolved some day.
Bug 187517 -- Indentation of IF Statements without brackets
Bug 155227 -- Incorrect indentation of an IF statement if no brackets.
Bug 156373 -- Document format indents

PHP Project Outline is under regression now in beta ;-)
Bug 240283 -- [regression] The button 'Show Groups' is missing in Outline
Bug 240591 -- [regression] php project outline is missing the groups + it
behaves as regular outline
Bug 250540 -- [regression] project outline displays content only when
editor is open
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