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Re: Automatic indentation

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  • Gus
    Wow, thank you! Much obliged. I ll be checking the blog and trying to implement this. Gus ... pretty printer . There are ... syntax. For Javascript and ...
    Message 1 of 3 , Jun 7, 2008
      Wow, thank you!

      Much obliged. I'll be checking the blog and trying to implement this.


      --- In SubEthaEdit@yahoogroups.com, "michael_j_barber"
      <michael_j_barber@...> wrote:
      > --- In SubEthaEdit@yahoogroups.com, "Gus" <jim@> wrote:
      > >
      > > Maybe I'm the only one who would find this useful, but...
      > > I'd like to be able to select a bunch of badly formatted code and let
      > > SEE "auto-indent" it. The function would not have to be perfect.
      > > Sometimes I have to work with long lines of unreadable Javascript /
      > > PHP and a function that would automatically indent what's between
      > > {brackets} would help greatly.
      > >
      > What you're describing is often called a "code beautifier" or a
      "pretty printer". There are
      > quite a few out there, especially for languages with a C-style
      syntax. For Javascript and
      > PHP, you might find <http://elfz.laacz.lv/beautify/> or
      > useful. Google around a bit with the above terms, and I'm sure
      you'll find many more.
      > Getting a code beautifier (in the form of a shell filter ) into
      SubEthaEdit is actually pretty
      > easy. I put together the needed scripts and blogged about them here:
      > <http://appliedabstraction.blogspot.com/2008/04/code-indentation-in-
      > subethaedit.html>. Short summary is that one script provides a
      general preferences
      > system for the modes, which you use to define the formatters.
      Another script invokes the
      > specified formatter for a document, either reformatting the
      selection or the entire
      > document, if the selection is empty. See the blog post for details
      and download
      > information.
      > Hope that helps,
      > Michael
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