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Added Spket/Eclipse formatter cfg file

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-editors-tools
-=============
+Aria Templates tools for text editors
+=====================================
-Tools for code editors to handle Aria Templates files.
+Contents of this repository:
+
+* Syntax highlighter for AT template files for Notepad++
+* Syntax highlighter for AT template files Sublime Text
+* JavaScript code formatter config file for Eclipse (using Spket plugin)
+
+See also:
+
+* [Sublime Text snippets](https://github.com/ariatemplates/sublime-ariatemplates-snippets)
+* Experimental [Eclipse](https://github.com/ariatemplates/editor-backend) [editor](https://github.com/ariatemplates/editor-frontend-eclipse) (work in progress).
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+Spket JS formatter rules
+=====================================
+
+This folder contains the JS formatter config file for Eclipse's Spket plugin. You'll need to install the plugin first, and restart Eclipse.
+
+Then, you can import the config file like indicated in the screenshot below (click `Import...`).
+
+![Importing Spket config file] (https://raw.github.com/ariatemplates/editors-tools/master/eclipse/spket/spket1.png "Importing Spket config file")
+
+You may want to set the Spket as default JS editor too:
+
+![Setting Spket as default JS editor](https://raw.github.com/ariatemplates/editors-tools/master/eclipse/spket/spket2.png "Setting Spket as default JS editor")
+
+Once the formatter is installed, you can use `Ctrl`+`Shift`+`F` keyboard shortcut to format your JS file using AT team rules.
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