Command-line indentation tool for Java
John J. Boyer
john.boyer at abilitiessoft.com
Sun Sep 25 19:26:58 UTC 2011
Where can eclim be obrained?
I have started looking at the java mode in emacs. If you open a Java
file there is a java choice on the menubar. Frankly, I do not find emacs
very friendly, but if it will indent an entire Java file with a few
keystrokes it will be worth it.
On Sun, Sep 25, 2011 at 09:07:11AM -0700,
Tom Masterson wrote:
> I use vim and I have also started using a program called eclim. Eclim
> requires that eclipse be on your machine but it ties it into vim so you
> get some of the power of eclipse in vim. Very useful for those who write
> java as their main job.
> On Sat, 24 Sep 2011, John J. Boyer wrote:
> >Is there anything like the Gnu indent program for Java? I write my Java
> >code ulsing a text editor and build using Ant. The only thing lacking is
> >a command-line indentation tool. mannual indentation is tedious and
> >unrealiable, and the indentation of a block may change in the course of
> >If such a tool does not exist, how time-consuming would developing one
> >John J. Boyer; President, Chief Software Developer
> >Abilitiessoft, Inc.
> >Madison, Wisconsin USA
> >Developing software for people with disabilities
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