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How import eclipse code style to intellij idea? (2)
Go to Eclipse's Preferences → Java → Code Style → Formatter and export the settings to an XML file via the Export All button (or Edit and then Export in dialog that opens up). Then open IntelliJ IDEA Settings → Code Style → Java, click Manage, and import that XML file by simply clicking Import.
As of IntelliJ IDEA 13, there is no possibility to import
.prefs files directly.
Edit: IntelliJ can import the following Eclipse properties:
- Right margin, Formatter on/off tags
- Indent size
- Usage of ‘Tab’ character
- Usage of Tab only for leading indentation (Smart Tabs)
- Indent ‘case’ branches from ‘switch’
- Indent class members
- Keep comment at first column
- Spaces (Java)
- Before/after comma (as set for Eclipse method declaration parameters)
- After comma in type arguments
- Within array initializer braces
- Within brackets (in array reference)
- Within parentheses of: annotation, ‘for’, ‘if’, ‘catch’ ’while’, ’switch’, method, empty method, parenthesized expression, method call, type cast, ‘synchronized’
- Before parentheses of: ‘try’, ‘for’, ’while’, ‘switch’, method, ’if’, ‘catch’, method, method call, ‘synchronized’.
- After type cast
- Around unary, assignment operators (if it’s set for ‘before’ and ‘after’ in Eclipse).
- Before opening brace of: array initializer, ‘switch’
- Before ‘?’ in conditional expression
- Space before/after ‘:’ in conditional expression
- Space around binary operators (a single Eclipse setting is mapped to multiple IntelliJ IDEA’s settings)
- Blank lines
- Around fields and methods
- Before/after package
- Before/after imports
- Before method body
- Keep blank lines in code (number of empty lines to preserve)
- New line before: closing brace in array initializer, ‘else’ in ‘if’ statement, ‘finally’ and ‘catch’ in ‘try’ statement, binary operator (if wrapped)
- New line after: opening brace in array initializer Special ‘else if’ treatment (compact ‘else if’)
- Keep simple blocks in one line
- Keep control statements in one line
- Alignment of: array initializer expressions, arguments in method declarations and calls, field declarations, extends list, assignments, binary expressions, ‘throws’ clause, resources in ‘try’.
- Brace style for: code blocks, methods and classes
- Enable JavaDoc formatting
- Blank lines in JavaDoc
I have org.eclipse.jdt.core.prefs file, which contains eclipse code style, but I can import to intellij idea only xml files, it there any way import prefs file to intellij idea?