Version 1.10.2 of Eclipse Code Formatter for Java introduces support for Workspace Mechanic and much more

In the last days and weeks I was busy enhancing the Eclipse Code Formatter plugin. The main focus was the support of the Workspace Mechanic [1] configuration file to be in compliance with my coworkers.

Offtopic: Workspace Mechanic is a plugin for Eclipse IDE itsself, which makes sure that shared Eclipse configurations are applied to your local installation. Have a look. It’s useful in a team of several developers.

Workspace Mechnanic also synchronizes the configuration of the formatter. Luckily its file format is quite simple and thus supportable by my plugin. So next to the standard XML-formatter file you can now use Workspace Mechanic EPF-files too.

I also added some other useful features you may like. That was the reason, why the release of this version took so long. For example now the “format on save”-action can optionally format the changed lines only. You can use formatter settings from .settings, you can configure the Java source level and the line feed. And the download size of the plugin has been massively decreased.

The full changelog can be found at [2]

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In a few days it will be available as an update from within your NetBeans IDE. If you are curious and you don’t want to wait for it, then you can install it manually from [3] or [4].

Feel free to file issues and even better, provide pull-requests! We see us at NetBeans Day Germany in Munich on the 31st of March 2016. Get your ticket at [5]!

[1] Workspace Mechanic
[2] https://github.com/markiewb/eclipsecodeformatter_for_netbeans/issues?q=milestone%3A1.10.2
[3] http://plugins.netbeans.org/plugin/50877
[4] https://github.com/markiewb/eclipsecodeformatter_for_netbeans
[5] NetBeans Day Germany in Munich

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