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Great plugin for a badly missed bit of functionality...
Anyway -- I'm trying to write a macro that selects the whole current line of a java file, replaces and double quotes ( " ) with a backslash escaped double quote ( \" ). Everything but the actual replace works.
--If I change the find/replace to NOT only include selected text, it works. However, I only want the replace to happen for the currently selected line.
--if I try the same macro on a file that is NOT a java file (plain text) everything works as expected. I suppose it has something to do with how the java editor in eclipse works?
Any ideas as to what I'm doing wrong?
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I'm not sure. The following macro definition seems to work for me in a .java file. I tried in Eclipse 3.4.2.
<Macro id="" lastUsed="1252097088392" name="User-defined macro 1" runAsCompound="true">
<Command commandID="org.eclipse.ui.edit.text.select.lineEnd" type="EclipseCommand"/>
<Command caseSensitive="false" forward="true" matchWord="false" regexp="false" replaceAll="true" selectionScope="true" type="MacroFindCommand" wrapSearch="false">