Use this page to configure the selected profile: define the copyright notice to be generated and specify the keyword to detect copyright notices in comments.
Use this text field to view or edit the name of the selected copyright profile.
Copyright text (may contain Velocity templates)
Use this text area to view or edit the copyright notice to be generated. A copyright profile can contain an explicit plain text of the copyright notice or its definition through a Velocity template.
Currently the following variables are available in the Velocity context:
The current date and time.
The name of the currently opened file where the notice is to be generated.
The complete path and name of the currently opened file where the notice is to be generated.
The name of the currently opened Java file where the notice is to be generated.
The fully qualified name of the currently opened file where the notice is to be generated.
The date and time when the current file was last changed.
The name of the current project.
The name of the current user.
DateInfo has the following properties:
The current year.
The current month (1-12).
The current date of month (1-31).
The current hour (0-11).
The current hour (0-23).
The current minute of the hour (0-59).
The current second of the minute (0-59).
DateInfo has the following method:
Date and time formats that are specified by date and time pattern strings. See java.text.SimpleDateFormat format options.
Click this button to check that the Velocity template has been specified correctly.
Regex to detect copyright in comments
Use this field to type, view, or edit the regular expression that will be used to find copyright notices in comments.
Note that this regular expression should match the copyright notice specified above. Otherwise instead of updating copyright notices, WebStorm will insert new ones.
Allow replacing copyright if old copyright matches
Use this field to type or edit the regular expression pattern that will be recognized in the existing copyright notice and allow replacing it with the new one. For example, if you specify the following pattern for year indication: 20[0-1][0-6], updates will affect all the copyrights with the indications of years 2000-2006 and 2010-2016.