NetBeans Case Converter - plugin detail

Convert case of the selected text

NetBeans Plugin - NetBeans Case Converter
Plugin owner: eviweb
Website: https://github.com/eviweb/netbeans-case-converter
Added: 2019-05-23
License: Apache License, version 2
Category: Editing
Downloaded: 212 times
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Download plugin   Download size: 0.02 MB   Last Update: 2019-08-28

This plugin is also available on the NetBeans Plugin Portal Update Center. Use 'Tools > Plugins' action from the NetBeans IDE main menu for convenient installation of this plugin


What's new in this version

Version 0.1.1

Changed

  • Swap Status and Installation sections in README
  • Change module display category to Editing instead of Tools
  • Enhance the module description with HTML to make it more readable

Added

  • Descriptions of each converter in README
  • Add StringUtils.uncapitalizeFirstChar() method
  • Add ToPascalCaseConverter converter
  • Add ConvertToPascalCaseAction action

Fixed

  • Wrong image link for disabled menu in README
  • Typo in README
  • Wrong link to the downloadable NBM file at Github
  • Fix camelCase by uncapitalizing the first character


Verifications for NetBeans versions

11.0 verification PASSED See verification details


Introduction

Description

This module provides a convenient way to convert string case.

Usage

In the editor panel:
  1. Select the text you want to change the case of
  2. Right-click to open the contextual menu
  3. Open the Convert To... submenu
  4. Click on the converter of your choice
Please note that if no text is selected, the menu is disabled.

Available converters

  • camelCase: first capitalized letter of each word, except for the first letter of the resulting word, no space
  • hyphen-case: lower case words separated with an hyphen
  • lower case: lower case words
  • PascalCase: first capitalized letter of each word, no space
  • Sentence case.: first capitalized letter of the first word, ends with a dot (capital letters within the sentence are preserved)
  • snake_case: lower case words separated with an underline character
  • Title Case: first capitalized letter of each word, one space between words
  • UPPER CASE: upper case words

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