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Developers who have used Eclipse for years may have built some strong expectations as to how an IDE has to behave and especially format code. In particular, you may be used to having the IDE to save files automatically or to have tabs used instead of spaces or extra blank lines removed before a closing bracket.

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Any other approach would anyway require that all relevant settings are manually entered and kept synced in both IDEs. It is then up to each team to decide about which code style settings are relevant to keep synced. 

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