javadoc wrapping : insert new line after HTML EOL

in Coding style/javadoc/wrapping, allow to specify you want new lines (in the java source) after tags that represent and end of line in html (,
,

,

]]> come to mind).

With this, one could really use the line wrapping in javadoc comments and keep them readable without having to generate the HTML

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Thibaut wrote:

in Coding style/javadoc/wrapping, allow to specify you want new lines (in the java source) after tags that represent and end of line in html (<br>,<br/>,<p>,<p/> come to mind).

With this, one could really use the line wrapping in javadoc comments and keep them readable without having to generate the HTML


yes yes yes
without this option, the current behavior makes javadoc formatting
unusable w.r.t the right margin

I added an scr :
http://www.intellij.net/tracker/idea/viewSCR?publicId=28865

Edo

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This should not even be an option, I think. It's reasonable enough to always behave this way.

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Edoardo Comar wrote:

Thibaut wrote:

>> in Coding style/javadoc/wrapping, allow to specify you want new lines
>> (in the java source) after tags that represent and end of line in html
>> (,
,

,

come to mind). >> >> With this, one could really use the line wrapping in javadoc comments >>]]> and keep them readable without having to generate the HTML


yes yes yes
without this option, the current behavior makes javadoc formatting
unusable w.r.t the right margin

I added an scr :
http://www.intellij.net/tracker/idea/viewSCR?publicId=28865

Edo


I think this issue is caused by a bug in the JDK which JetBrains managed
to get around. If you look at the javadoc just as it pops up, you'll
notice the text flash real quick with a very short right margin, then it
expands. It might be a change they can make to their fix while waiting
for Sun to spew out theirs.

R

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Marcus Brito wrote:

This should not even be an option, I think. It's reasonable enough to always behave this way.


then vote for
http://www.intellij.net/tracker/idea/viewSCR?publicId=28865
please :)

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