Code formatting applied in wrong order...

I believe that when wrapping a long assignment with a method call, the parameters should be given new lines (if that option is selected) before the whole assignment is moved to the next line. What I mean is that I should get...

entry = new RouterEntry("ShoppingListManager.delete",
"opsx.server.kernel.manager.OpsShoppingListManager",
"delete",
new int[]); instead of what I am getting, which is... entry = new RouterEntry("ShoppingListManager.delete", "opsx.server.kernel.manager.OpsShoppingListManager", "delete", new int[]);

BTW - if this isn't the right place to post this, please let me know

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"joe martinez" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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I believe that when wrapping a long assignment with a method call, the

parameters should be given new lines (if that option is selected) before the
whole assignment is moved to the next line. What I mean is that I should
get...
>

entry = new RouterEntry("ShoppingListManager.delete",

>
"opsx.server.kernel.manager.OpsShoppingListManager",

"delete",
new int[]); > > instead of what I am getting, which is... > > entry = > new RouterEntry("ShoppingListManager.delete", > "opsx.server.kernel.manager.OpsShoppingListManager", > "delete", > new int[]);

>

BTW - if this isn't the right place to post this, please let me know

>
>


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