AnyEdit 2.4.11

An Eclipse plug-in that provides new tools for processing text.
AnyEdit
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AnyEdit is a great Eclipse plug-in that will add several new tools to the context menu of text. AnyEdit adds items to 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 withespace (tabs vs spaces) in editors and may use custom project settings for tabspaces auto-convert-on-save feature.

AnyEdit can perform tabs spaces convert on multiple files or entire directories and supports also file exclusion filter for tabs spaces action.

AnyEdit allows you automatically remove trailing whitespaces and/or perform tabsspaces 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.

AnyEdit adds "Save All", "Open File" and "Show whitespace in editor" buttons to the global Eclipse toolbar and can remove "Print" button from it (because it is completely useless on Linux).

AnyEdit adds "Open File", "Open Type" and "Save to file..." actions to supported output consoles and "Save to file..." toolbar button to the Console view.

AnyEdit adds four new context menu actions to "Compare With" and "Replace With" menus in both editors and files.

last updated on:
September 10th, 2014, 9:09 GMT
file size:
521 KB
price:
FREE!
license type:
Donationware 
developed by:
Andrey Loskutov
operating system(s):
Mac OS X 10.0 or later
binary format:
Universal Binary
category:
Home \ Developer Tools
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What's New in This Release:
  • New feature (see Issue 92): AnyEdit can now fix line delimiters in text files (either automatically on save or explicitly while performing "TabsSpaces" action). As you may know, Windows uses "CRLF", Linux "LF" and Mac "CR" special characters to indicate "new line" in text files. Unfortunatelly one can easily mess up files if editing them on different platforms and doing copy/paste. This is history now, as you can setup AnyEdit to automatically "fix" line delimiters on save.
  • Fix delimiters "on save" preferences
  • Fix delimiters "on convert" preferences
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