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Anyedit tools
Adds additional tools to the context menu of text-based Eclipse editors

AnyEdit plugin adds several new tools to the context menu of text-based Eclipse editors, to output consoles, to Eclipse main menu and editor toolbar. AnyEdit contributes also Import/Export working sets wizards.

AnyEdit can:

  • show the whitespace (tabs vs. spaces) in editors and may use

custom project settings for tab <-> spaces auto-convert-on- save feature. * perform tabs <-> spaces convert on multiple files or entire directories and supports also file exclusion filter for tabs <-> spaces action. * automatically remove trailing whitespaces and/or perform tabs <-> spaces conversion on a "save" action in all text-based Eclipse editors. It can automatically create a new line at the end of the file if the last line was not terminated by new line.

Also adds additional actions to menus and toolbars:

  • "Save All", "Open File" and "Show whitespace in editor" buttons

to the global Eclipse toolbar. * "Open File", "Open Type" and "Save to file..." actions to supported output consoles and "Save to file..." toolbar button to the Console view. * four new context menu actions to "Compare With" and "Replace With" menus in both editors and files.




LicenseVerified byVerified onNotes
EPLv1.0Debian20 March 2013

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Date 2013-03-20
Source Debian import
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