Finally something that works in 2016 with native support!
You want the latest and newer NEON version of Eclipse since Bug 35779 is finally patched:
- Use the Eclipse installer
- Click on the top right "menu" icon and choose
Eclipse IDE for PHP Developers with Product Version:
- Next ... Next, Finish
Now you can toogle wordwrap manually using Alt+Shift+Y for EACH file! Boring!
So if you're lucky, there's supposed to be a nice global setting lost in
Text Editors >
Enable Wordwrap but no, that's a trap, there's no GUI setting! At least at the time of writing.
So I've found the hard way to set it globally (by default):
org.eclipse.ui.editors.prefs Eclipse settings file:
find ~ -name org.eclipse.ui.editors.prefs -printf "%p %TY-%Tm-%Td %TH:%TM:%TS
If you're on a platform like macOS where the above command doesn't work, you can find the settings file in your current workspace folder under