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BBEdit text filter to replace Markup → Tidy → Reflow XML
#!/usr/bin/env bash
# put this file in Application Support/BBedit/Text Filters/
# xmllint ships by default in recent versions of OS X
xmllint --format -
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kbanning Mar 24, 2016

Thanks, this is very helpful. I don't know why they removed Tidy but this should be a basic feature of an expensive text editor these days!

Thanks, this is very helpful. I don't know why they removed Tidy but this should be a basic feature of an expensive text editor these days!

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markljackson Jul 30, 2016

I believe it was removed due to Tidy not being updated, and having "ownership" issues. If you look at the Tidy webpage, there is a gap from 2008 to 2015 when it sat idle.

I believe it was removed due to Tidy not being updated, and having "ownership" issues. If you look at the Tidy webpage, there is a gap from 2008 to 2015 when it sat idle.

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Telekor commented Dec 13, 2016

Thanks!

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2ec0b4 Jan 16, 2018

To use a Text Filter, select Menu_Bar > Text > Apply Text Filter > your_filter_name

Source: http://www.bbeditextras.org/wiki/index.php?title=Text_Filters

Thanks ;)

2ec0b4 commented Jan 16, 2018

To use a Text Filter, select Menu_Bar > Text > Apply Text Filter > your_filter_name

Source: http://www.bbeditextras.org/wiki/index.php?title=Text_Filters

Thanks ;)

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