I'm using the PyDev 1.2.2 on Eclipse 3.2 to do some Python-Developing. PyDev seems to work just fine, except for one really anoying thing: I seem to be unable to use "Hard Tabs" (as opposed to spaces-as-tabs) in my files. Whenever I press the TAB-key, 4 Spaces are automatically inserted in the editor. I looked through all the Preferences in Window->Preferences, but I couldn't find the setting anywhere. Of course my Java-Formatter is set to use Tabs rather then spaces, but PyDev doesn't seem to be using the same formatter-settings anyway.
Since the Coding-Style-Guides I use dictate the use of hard tabs this is very annoying. I have to use the Ctrl+Shift+Tab Hotkey to change all the Spaces to tabs every time befor saving, and this is really starting to get on my nerves. Do I simply overlook the setting where i can set PyDev to use hard tabs? If there isn't such a setting: is there any config-file I can dig into to change the behaviour of PyDev? (Simply accepting to use spaces rather than tabs isn't an option)
It's in the preferences:
window > preferences > Pydev (option: replace tabs with spaces when typing).
Even with this setting changed, if I select text and hit tab or shift+tab to indent or dedent, I get spaces instead of tabs. Is there a way to fix that?
I can't reproduce your behavior here -- with that setting I only get tabs... which version are you using? Can you post an example on how to reproduce it?
now i feel really stupid for not having found that one on my own.... sorry ;)
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