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How to Re-indent XML


Joined: 11 Jul 2013
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I know phpEd can re-indent html and php, but it doesn't seem to work on xml.

Basically I paste in my single line of xml (with several nodes) into a new file and the select re-indent Code. Nothing happens.

When I do the same thing (with the same code) in Dreamweaver and select 'Apply Source Formatting' it works. So I know the xml is good.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Joined: 26 Sep 2007
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PhpED requires that each node be on a new line, or so I've noticed.

So this:
Code:
<div><p></p></div>


Would need to be this:
Code:
<div>
<p>
</p>
</div>


In order for the autoindenter to work... which is not ideal.
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Oh, that seems to be a bit of a short coming. It would be nice if it didn't matter what the initial format looked like (as Dreamweaver does).

I guess you can't have everything.

Maybe this could be included in a future release.

Is there a place where NuSphere accepts suggestions?
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Is there a place where NuSphere accepts suggestions?


Your nearest trash can. Or, sometimes, here: https://shop.nusphere.com/customer/support.php or here: http://forum.nusphere.com/feature-request-for-phped-f3.html
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Ah, gotcha.

Thanks for the heads up!!! Very Happy
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