Problems with Tabafier in Pallada

Tabifier seems to be confused by the Pallada release...

given a trivial class such as :

package com.mycompany.beans;

public class test
{
public test() {}
public void thisFails(String str)
{
return;
}
}

It seems to remove the critical space between the type and the argument in the method signature... Giving:

package com.mycompany.beans;
public class test
{
public test() {}
public void thisFails(Stringstr)
{
return ;
}
}


It also does not seem to play properly with the Reformatter plugin. That is if you type ctrl-alt-R it does not call tabifier.

All this works GREAT (and I do mean great!) in the 4.0.3 release.

Thanks for your quality work on a valuable plugin. This, and Rearranger should be part of the product.

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Yes, we're at the stage where plugins have to be compiled separately for Aurora and Pallada. There's a new version of the Reformat plugin which also requires a recompilation.

I'm just about to upload a new version Rearranger for both, and will also do the tabifier soon. I'll let you know when you can get it with a message here.

Thanks for your kind words,

-Dave

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Rick,

I uploaded a version of the tabifier plugin compiled for build 2072. You can get it at http://www.intellij.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/TabifierPlugin. Let me know if you have trouble.

-Dave

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Yep. Works as expected again. Thanx!

Reformat does not pick up Tabifier though... (yes the checkbox is set)

ctl-alt-R executes the import optimize and the built-in code format but fails to run Tabifier in the key-shortcut. I had to hit the ctl-alt-shift-T.

I can handle the few extra keystrokes for the moment. I am just glad to have Tabifier back.

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