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xml-sort-by-attribute-name

Reorder attributes, align them.  XML mode: Alt-Shift-R

In XML and HTML modes, this command sorts the attributes of the current tag alphabetically by attribute name. With a highlighted region, it sorts the attributes of each tag in the region, then aligns corresponding attributes so they start at the same column in each tag. It uses the first tag in the region for its list of attribute names to be aligned, so attributes that aren't used in the first tag will not be aligned.

More info:

HTML/XML/CSS Modes
Language Mode Improvements in Epsilon 13 (Changes from Older Versions)



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