Integrate SourceFormatX Into E-TextEditor
Format Source Code within E-TextEditor
The following instructions allow you to format and indent the current open source code file in
E-TextEditor Code Editor using the command
line tool of SourceFormatX code formatter. We used a
free trial version of E-TextEditor Version 1.0.36, so if you use an older or even a newer version then
several screenshots or menu items may differ from our description.
Add a Tool Menu that will invoke SourceFormatX
1. Click "Bundles" -> "Edit Bundles" -> "Show Bundle Editor".
2. Click the corresponding language you want to format, right click in the dialog then select "New Command" item in the context menu.
3. Input "Format with SourceFormatX" to name the command line, then clear the editor and fill in the form as show below:
- Command Line: C:\"Program Files\SourceFormatX\SourceFormatX.exe" %TM_FILENAME%
- Save: (Nothing)
- Environment: (Windows native)
- Input: (Entire Document)
- Ouput: (Discard)
- Activation: (Key Equivalent) then press (Shift+Ctrl+F)
- Scope Selector: (Leave blank)
4. Click "File" -> "Save" to save settings.
You may now invoke the command line tool of SourceFormatX:
1. Using Shift+Ctrl+F
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