Indents Fixed!

Well a little tweaking of the code that does the generation of the formatted code, and it now produces what I want:

        Public Shared Function AddTOQueryString(ByVal URL As String, ByVal Key As String, ByVal Value As String) As String
Dim RegExp As New System.Text.RegularExpressions.Regex(Key & "=.*?(&|$)")
Dim Match As System.Text.RegularExpressions.Match = RegExp.Match(URL)
If Match.Success Then
Return RegExp.Replace(URL, Key & "=" & Value & Match.Groups(1).ToString)
ElseIf URL.IndexOf("?") > 0 Then
Return URL & "&" & Key & "=" & Value
Return URL & "?" & Key & "=" & Value
End If
End Function
        /// <summary>Gets or sets the RSS version to write.</summary>
        /// <exception cref="InvalidOperationException">Can't change version number after data has been written.</exception>
        public RssVersion Version
            get { return rssVersion; }
                    throw new InvalidOperationException("Can't change version number after data has been written.");
                    rssVersion = value;

I am not sure that I like what it does with literal strings.  I will probably want to change that.

I am also now convinced that it will not due for formatting Javascript.  J# just doesn’t share enough similar attributes.  This tool also doesn’t support XML (or HTML), which would be a nice thing too.

This converter looks pretty sweet.  You can include your regions and it will let you keep them collapsed and then expand via javascript, excellent.

I could also just wire up the implementation I already have to deal with HTML and Javascript.

We will see… for now this will do.


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