The one thing that stuck out at me is that they even do the one parm per 
line on the DCL statements.  It would be nice if there was a little more 
configurability to exclude a few commands.



wdsci-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote on 08/06/2004 11:21:01 AM:

> Reeve
> 
> I just installed 5.1.2 - latest and greatest! - and I really like the CL 

> formatting options now. This was an area that I hated in the previous 
> release. Here's the documentation on the CL Automatic Formatter-->
> 
> ==================================================
> 
> When editing CL, CLP, CLLE, and CMD source with the Remote Systems LPEX 
> editor, the source is automatically formatted. You can customize this 
> formatter to suit your needs.
> When you enter source into the editing area of CL file, the text is 
> formatted when you go to a new line or you move your cursor to a 
different 
> line. For example, if you begin your line of text with a command such as 

> CRTCMD, the beginning of the label is automatically positioned to column 
2. 
> However, you can specify a different column position in the editor 
preferences.
> 
>     1. From the Remote Systems view, click the drop-down menu [] and 
select 
> Preferences > iSeries LPEX editor parsers.
>     2. In the Preferences window, select CL. The check box for Automatic 

> formatting should be selected by default. You can then edit the entries 
in 
> the fields below to customize the formatter:
>        -- The value in the Label position field specifies the column 
> position for the label.
>        -- The value in the Command position field specifies the column 
> position for the command. This value must be greater than the Label 
> position value, unless you select the Label above command check box, in 
> which case, the command can appear directly beneath or even to the left 
of 
> the label, on the next line.
>        -- The value in the Continued line indent field specifies the 
column 
> when the text will be continued if it spans more than one line.
>        -- Check the Label above command check box if you want the label 
to 
> appear above, rather than to the left of your command string.
>        -- Check the One parameter per line check box if only want one 
> parameter to appear on each line.
> 
> ==================================================
> 
> I don't remember the settings in 5.1.0 -- I think I'm going to like 
espec. 
> the one parameter per line setting.
> 
> So, for me at least, high kudos to the team!
> 
> Vern
> 
> At 06:20 AM 8/6/2004, you wrote:
> >The WDSCi fixes I've applied put me at version 5.1.0.3, and it appears 
my 
> >CLLE prompting options have been changed.
> >
> >Formerly, WDSCi left-justified and automatically smart-indented each 
line 
> >whenever you touched it (even if you entered a space).  Now they're 
like 
> >SEU, with non-labeled lines starting in column 14.
> >
> >I've drilled down through Remote Systems|iSeries|LPEX editor parsers|CL 
to 
> >see if I can reset the options but it doesn't seem to work.  I must be 
> >missing something, again...
> >
> >In very small letters, I'm typing, "Why couldn't they just fix 
> >CODE?"  Being married to 13 women must be easier than dealing with the 
> >Eclipse monster, the poster child of the Brave New World of Homogenized 

> >Software...and I have my hands full being married to just one.  Sigh.
> >
> >-rf
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