|License:||Eclipse Public License, Version 2.0|
2020-02-09 2021-12-31 47,478
|Plugin version||NetBeans compatible|
|1.13.0||NB 12.0 NB 11.0|
|1.14.0||NB 12.0 NB 11.0 - Verified|
|1.14.2||NB 12.0 - Verification failed|
This plugin helps you to apply to a common code style in a team of Eclipse, IntelliJ and NetBeans IDE users. You can use several external code formatters inside the NetBeans IDE, depending on whatever your co-workers use. The original formatting engine of Eclipse, the Google Code Formatter, the Spring Java Formatter or any other are embedded and allow you to format the source code the same way as e.g. your co-workers do with their Eclipse IDE.
Please note that this plugin only provides support for formatting. Eclipse users may miss the application of save-actions like "adding @Override annotations" or "member sort order". Such AST-based transformations are not provided by this plugin.
Licensed under the Eclipse Public License, Version 2.0
This plugin uses third-party libraries, which are needed to provide its functionality, please check their licenses here
For more information go to http://funfried.github.io/externalcodeformatter_for_netbeans/ or https://github.com/funfried/externalcodeformatter_for_netbeans
Provide defects, request for enhancements and feedback at https://github.com/funfried/externalcodeformatter_for_netbeans/issues