This enhancement request is regarding javadoc blocks, especially those that are later edited causing the
original line breaks to look ragged as lines are lengthened/shortened.
Use "Text Limit Character Count" setting from the editor (the one that draws the subtle vertical line
through the text editor) to reformat javadoc paragraphs to fit. In the simplest case, just break up long
lines. More complicated reformatting would join short lines, but would need to respect any blank lines
or single lines containing <p> or <br>? Also, should consider indents for tags (@param, @return, etc.)
that span multiple lines.
I think this tool should only act on the currently selected javadoc block, and optionally on the entire
file. Maybe as submenu choices under "Reformat Code"?
The relatively new feature to auto-prefix a "*" in javadoc line helps a lot, but this enhancement would
further reduce unproductive programmer keystrokes.
In the latest dev builds, the "Refomat code" feature has been greatly improved.
Unfortunately it does nothing to javadoc, which is a must have in my eyes.
Line-wrapping, reordering params and inserting blank lines again and again must
be done manually or using external tools like Jalopy. Please consider to
implement this improvement in 6.0.
Also in my eyes this prblem is a "Highly visible usability problem" to allow P3
for this issue.
Raising priority. I would like to target this in the next release. It should be implemented using the new Editor
Is it doable for 6.5?
I'd like to NetFIX  this bug. Is it possible?
Yes, Honza Lahoda promised to review and integrate your patch. Good luck Gabor!