I am using Eclipse 3.0 to write Java code. Our source is under Rational ClearCase on a Sun Solaris machine. We have a number of developers who use "only " EMacs. Whereas a few like me use Eclipse. My Eclipse project uses "linked folders" and directly accesses the Java source stored on the Sun machine controlled by ClearCase. I am having a devil of time resolving the formatting inconsistencies between myself and the EMacs developers. The spacing and formatting of the source code as it appears on their EMacs editors is significanty different than mine under Eclipse. Is there an easy way to assure that at least my code appears to them as formatted as it does to me under Eclipse? Thanks. Bharat
I suspect that this difference in formatting is caused by your IDE and their IDE's having different settings for tab width? I don't know whether Emacs allows setting tab width like Eclipse does, though, but it would be weird if it didn't.