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Hi, is anyone using Visual Studio Code? I'm trying to format the code with the command ALT+SHIFT+F and after that it says: "There is no formatter for 'cfml' files installed." How can we format the ColdFusion code in Visual Studio Code?

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Hi, is anyone using Visual Studio Code? I'm trying to format the code with the command ALT+SHIFT+F and after that it says: "There is no formatter for 'cfml' files installed." How can we format the ColdFusion code in Visual Studio Code?

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Edit settings.json by press CTRL+SHIFT+P and select "Open Settings (JSON).  In the JSON file, search for HTML and add cfm, cfml and cfc.

I use the Beautify extension.  It allows you to select code and "Beautify selection".

 

You'll also want to add the code below so that you can use Emmet when editing CFM files.

 

    "emmet.includeLanguages": {
        "cfml": "html",
        "lang-cfml": "html"
    }

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