Go to Windows/Preferences, then Java/Editor, tab "Typing", the activate "Insert spaces for tabs".
Also, get the Eclipse plug-in for Checkstyle: http://eclipse-cs.sourceforge.net/ Helps you keep in line with code conventions. For example, it shows you any occurence of a tab character in the code base. That's how I find these so fast. On 13.03.2005 18:29:48 Glen Mazza wrote: > Oops, thanks. I've just recently switched to Eclipse > (from JEdit) and haven't been able to completely turn > them off yet. > > (BTW, with Eclipse, is there a way that, even if I > *do* hit the tab character key, four spaces will be > substituted instead? There's a couple of places where > I can turn of tabbing when Eclipse is doing the > indentation, but AFAICT not when I hit the tab key > myself.) > > Thanks, > Glen > > > --- [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: > > jeremias 2005/03/13 02:52:28 > > > > Modified: src/java/org/apache/fop/layoutmgr > > > > PageSequenceLayoutManager.java > > Log: > > Removing illegal tab characters. > > Jeremias Maerki