Generate getter/setter indentation

Hi,

Sorry if this has been already posted.

When I generate getter and/or setter, it generates methods like this:

public boolean isBlah()
{
return blah;
}

public void setBlah(boolean blah)
{
this.blah = blah;
}

As you can see, the closing bracket is not indented as the opening is.

Regards,

Franklin.

6 comments

Hi Franklin,

Is this a bug or an RFE?

Tom

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This looks like it's a bug - I'm having the same problem, and it doesn't seem to occur in 4.5.2.

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I've come across this a few days ago, and filed a SCR: #38686[/url]

0

Just to answer you... it seems to be a bug. And, yes, it doesn't happen in 4.5.2.

By the way, Irida seems to be faster and Alloy L&F is very pretty. :) Thanks!

Regards,

Franklin.

Hello Thomas,

Hi Franklin,

Is this a bug or an RFE?

Tom


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By the way, Irida seems to be faster ...


Strange, my installation seems to be much slower (, but surprisingly stable).

Tom

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Thomas Singer (MoTJ) wrote:

Strange, my installation seems to be much slower (, but surprisingly
stable).

>

I agree. Even for basic editor tasks, the editor is painstakenly slow,
to a point where I avoid using smart completion most of the time: it's
faster to type in full.

Alain

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