Why does NP++ reformat my php code?
Michael Triglianos last edited by
Why does notepad++ reformat my script. I opened my script yesterday and everything was double-spaced. Today I opened it and it was all jumbled up, like this:
$todaynbr = date("d"); $today = date("Y-m-d"); $monDays = cal_days_in_month(CAL_GREGORIAN, $monthnbr, $year); $firstday = date("w", mktime(0, 0, 0, $monthnbr, 1, $year)); $lastday = date("t", mktime(0, 0, 0, $monthnbr, 1, $year)); $num_of_weeks = 1 + ceil(($lastday-7+$firstday)/7); $dateObj = DateTime::createFromFormat('!m', $monthnbr); $monname = $dateObj->format('F'); $firstdayofMonth = date("l", mktime(0, 0, 0, date("$monthnbr"), 1, date("$year"))); $day_of_week = date('N', strtotime($firstdayofMonth)); $tgl = '01' . $monname . $year; $lastMonth = date("M Y",mktime(0,0,0,date("m", strtotime($tgl))-1,1,date("Y", strtotime($tgl)))); $lmonth = date('m',strtotime($lastMonth)); $nextMonth = date("M Y",mktime(0,0,0,date("m", strtotime($tgl))+1,1,date("Y", strtotime($tgl)))); $nmonth = date('m',strtotime($nextMonth)); $string="$lastMonth"; $last_space = strrpos($string, ' '); $last_yr = substr($string, $last_space); $last_mon = substr($string, 0, $last_space);
The script still work but why doesn’t it just leave the damn code alone? Editing it is a pain in the ass if I have to reformat 400 lines manually.
dail last edited by
Notepad++ does not mess with any code like that. Either you:
- Have a plugin that is somehow modifying the code
- Are accidentally hitting a shortcut key (e.g. Ctrl+J to join all the lines)
- Or something outside of Notepad++ is modifying it (for example mixing up line endings)