How to beautify Java source code

Hello!
I'm mostly a Java developer, and I recently moved my projects to XCode. I was using jEdit previously, with a lot of plugins. I specially miss:
* the ability to do vertical selections (jEdit, TextMate)
* Gruntspud CVS plugin - but this can be run standalone, and I configured the default action to be /usr/bin/open so it opens the source and project files in Xcode.
* and JavaStyle !!! This plugin "beautifies" Java source code. Sometimes, tabs are messed up and I want to clean up the code.
Is there any JavaStyle-like plugin for XCode?

* the ability to do vertical selections (jEdit,
TextMate)
Supposedly you can install 3rd party editors in Xcode. I have never done it though.
* Gruntspud CVS plugin - but this can be run
standalone, and I configured the default action to be
/usr/bin/open so it opens the source and project
files in Xcode.
Xcode comes with a CVS plug in. Have you tried turning on SCM for your project?
* and JavaStyle !!! This plugin "beautifies" Java
source code. Sometimes, tabs are messed up and I want
to clean up the code.
I expect that a Java tool like JavaStyle would run from the command line. If so, you can probably wrap it in a script and install it in Xcode's script menu.

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