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Re: [ee4j-pmc] Formatter Rules Configs

Hi Markus,

Ivar can probably comment on where that page came from.  I suspect it's a carry over from Sun conventions in place when the code was donated.  On that note I suspect we're already in wild-wild-west territory as I saw a javadoc fix from Arjan that completely reformatted all the code and pom.xml files.  So I don't know what the convention actually is.  In particular, the code was donated with xml files at 2 spaces and java files at 4 spaces.  I'm not sure if the doc was intended to change it or was unspecific on the spacing for java vs other formats like xml or json.

Ideally we do have a convention the majority likes and we actually stick to and is enforced with checkstyle plugin usage.  Sharing files for IDE configuration would be a definite plus.


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On Oct 6, 2018, at 11:49 PM, Markus KARG <markus@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

There are recommendations for code style on https://github.com/eclipse-ee4j/ee4j/wiki/Code-Conventionsand I am pretty sure there are people having set up ready-to-use formatter rules configs for Netbeans and Eclipse IDEs. So I would be happy to find them uploaded into the WIKI to make it easier to contribute to EE4J subprojects. I'm writing this to the PMC because I assume that rules where decided by you and you already had such files at hand when deciding it. :-)
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