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From Michael Schmalle <m...@teotigraphix.com>
Subject Re: Tooling ( Flex SDK code conventions )
Date Thu, 05 Jan 2012 21:18:20 GMT
Hi Rick

Ernest actually commented on my blog post today about this very thing!  
Saying his formatter can run on the command line with minimal eclipse  

Quoting him

"FYI, you can run FlexFormatter from the command line if that helps.  
It still requires some Eclipse jars, but you don’t have to have  
Eclipse itself running."


> I have command-line version of the Flex Formatter ready to test...  
> if anyone (preferably on a Mac) would like to give it a go - let me  
> know.
> The tool is executed on the command-line as:
> java -jar ApacheFlexFormatter.jar -settings=[ path to .properties  
> file ] -path=[ file, files, or directory ] -reformat=[ true / false  
> ] -tabsize=[ 0 - 9 ]
> If anyone reading this missed out on the conversations yesterday,  
> the idea is that a stand-alone tool can be integrated into any IDE  
> (not just Eclipse) or executed prior to a commit. Really... it could  
> be used whenever it is needed.
> Cheers,
> Rick Winscot

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