Integrate SourceFormatX Into SourceEdit
Format Source Code within SourceEdit
The following instructions allow you to format and beautify the current open source code file in
SourceEdit (Source Edit) using the command
line tool of SourceFormatX Format Code Tool. We used
a freeware version of SourceEdit 4.0.3, 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 "Tools" -> "Tool Configuration...".
2. Then, fill in the form as show below: (Assuming you installed SourceFormatX in C:\Program Files\SourceFormatX\)
- Menu Item Text: SourceFormatX
- Command Line: C:\PROGRA~1\SOURCE~1\SOURCE~1.EXE $(FullName)
- Working Directory: $(FileFolder)
4. Click "Add a hotkey for this tool" button, then input as show below:
5. Click "OK", then click "Close" to save settings.
You may now invoke SourceFormatX command line tool by two ways:
1. Using Ctrl+Alt+T
2. By clicking "Tools" -> "User Tools and Add-ins" -> "SourceFormatX".
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