[netbeans] Changing preprocessor syntax automation (from old to new)

Discussion in 'Java' started by marekdec, Jan 5, 2007.

  1. marekdec

    marekdec Guest

    Hey there,

    I'd like to change the old preprocessor syntax from my old Netbeans 4.0
    (/*#) projects into the new netbeans 5.0 (//# like) syntax. I could do
    it by clicking every single preprocessor line and then clickin on the
    yellow bulb that appears on the left side, it does it automatically
    indeed, but on basis of a single line. Is there any way to do it to
    whole java document? What I mean is if there is any way to use some
    automated script [or maybe there is a kinda magic button in Netbeans
    itself] to do whole thing for me?

    [I searched through google and the usenet and netbeans support pages
    but can't find any reasonable solution.]

    Cheers,
    Marek
     
    marekdec, Jan 5, 2007
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