Keep empty lines

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Keep empty lines

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Hello,

Is there a setting that will allow empty lines to NOT be deleted?

Thanks.

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Look under Settings -> Global Editor Preferences -> General -> Save Options
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Re: Keep empty lines

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Nope that is not the setting I was looking for.

If I have code as follows:

if(y ==5)
{

//Do magic...
y++;

}


And I format it to the style I've defined I end up with:

if(y ==5)
{
//Do magic...
y++;
}


The problem is I'd like to keep these blank lines.

Thanks.
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Re: Keep empty lines

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The default options that comes with codelite's source code formatter does not remove those empty lines for me.
However, this may be a bug in the current version you are using - in trunk, I have upgraded codelite's the latest Astyle

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Re: Keep empty lines

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What do your formatter settings look like?

Is there a pre-compiled binary for Windows of the main trunk?

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Re: Keep empty lines

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PreDefined Style -> Linux
Custom -> blocks, preprocessors, break-else-if are enabled
Marc wrote:Is there a pre-compiled binary for Windows of the main trunk?
Nope, sorry

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